Become a Member

As an ABA member firm, you have the benefit of  years of experience representing the interests of the Arizona construction industry. In addition, your membership in ABA provides you with an incomparable offering of the following:

  •      Educational Offering
  •      Management Education
  •      Craft Education
  •      Legislative Advocacy
  •      Dynamic networking opportunities.

THE ABA IS CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW AFFILIATE MEMBERS.  HOWEVER, WE DO HAVE A WAITLIST; IF YOU’D LIKE TO BE ADDED TO IT, PLEASE E-MAIL NIKKI RUTLEDGE AT NRUTLEDGE@AZBUILDERS.ORG.  WE ARE ACCEPTING CONTRACTOR MEMBERS.

LOCAL ARIZONA MEMBERSHIP DUES

Chapter dues are comprised of both state and national membership

AFFILIATE MEMBERS (Category 1): Affiliates include manufacturers, dealers or suppliers of materials of equipment, financial institutions, attorneys, accountants insurance and bonding firms, or other persons or concerns who directly or indirectly service the construction industry.

CONTRACTOR MEMBERS (Category 2 – 11): Contractors are construction firms undertaking work as licensed contractors in Arizona. Annual State dues are based on the gross revenue volume of work performed in the state of Arizona the preceding calendar year.

CATEGORY STATE DUES

1 AFFILIATES …$ 1,150
2 Under $500,000 …$1,150
3 $500,001 – 750,000…$1,375
4 $750,001 – 1,000,000…$1,675
5 $1,000,001 – 3,000,000…$2,000
6 $3,000,001 – 6,000,000…$2,400
7 $6,000,001 – 10,000,000…$3,000
8 $10,000,001 – 20,000,000…$4,500
9 $20,000,001 – 50,000,000…$7,400
10 $50,000,001 – 100,000,000…$12,600
11 Over $100,000,000…$18,500

ABC & AGC NATIONAL AFFILIATION & DUES

The Arizona Builders’ Alliance is a statewide merger of two national construction trade associations, the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and the Associated General Contractors (AGC). An ABA member must select a national membership in one of the two organizations below.

Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC)

The Associated Builders and Contractors was founded to defend the rights of merit shop contractors. Through its 80 Chapters, ABC provides services and programs, particularly craft training, to give its members a competitive advantage, to add value to the industry’s clients, and to enhance the lives of the industry’s employees.

ASSOCIATES: Includes all firms that are not contractors or suppliers. Pay a flat annual rate of $364.
SUPPLIERS: Pay a flat annual rate of $364.
CONTRACTORS: Dues are based on the preceding year’s gross business volume.

Revenue Dues

  •      Associate …$364
  •      Supplier …$364
  •      Start-Up Contractor … $208
  •      Member-At-Large … $364
  •      Contractors under $500,000…$312
  •      $500,000 – $1 million…$458
  •      $1million – $3 million…$697
  •      $3 million – $6 million…$1.002
  •      $6 million – $10 million…$1,254
  •      $10 million – $20 million…$1,483
  •      $20 million – $50 million…$1,712
  •      $50 million – $100 million…$2,289
  •      $100 million – $250 million…$2,809
  •      Over $250 million…$3,381

Associated General Contractors (AGC)

The Associated General Contractors is comprised of qualified construction contractors and industry related companies dedicated to skill, integrity and responsibility. Through its 104 Chapters, AGC offers a full range of services designed to serve the needs and address the concerns of its members.

ASSOCIATES: Includes all firms that are not contractors. Pay a flat annual rate of $225
SPECIALTY CONTRACTORS: Pay a flat annual rate of $275
EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATE: $75
GENERAL CONTRACTORS: Dues are based on the preceding year’s gross business volume. Members pay minimum dues the first year. (2nd year dues and beyond are computed on annual sales volume)

Revenue Dues

  •      Under $2,000,000..$490.00
  •      $2,000,000 – 4,999,999..$650
  •      $5,000, 000 – 9,999,999..$1100
  •      $10,000,000 – 19,999,999…$1600
  •      $20,000,000 – 44,999,999…$3000
  •      Over $45,000,000..$4200