I love ABA! ABA
offers many opportunities to be involved with the organization and network with potential customers
and associates. It’s a true membership where you meet life long friends!
ABA is one of the most Professional and Informative
Organizations that I have worked with in the Construction Industry. They are always thinking of ways to
help the members and the industry become better, more educated, more networked. I would highly
recommend them in any capacity.
Business development is more than just relationships with owners and clients. It requires an understanding of
your peers and your network, whether it be from vendors, subcontractors or other general contractors, and
the ABA provides a great forum to learn and collaborate with those in the same industry.
Our company has been involved with ABA since its formation in
1994. We have gained much valuable knowledge through the numerous seminars and educational
programs while building relationships with our peers. Being able to work together as contractors on
legislative issues has also been extremely beneficial for our commercial construction industry. Our
company is better because of the Arizona Builder’s Alliance
The ABA is and continues to be an important part of my career. There’s tremendous value in spending time
with our colleagues at the ongoing events, workshops, and of course, the annual convention.
The ABA accomplishes meaningful work from a legislative standpoint,
and is a very fun organization to be a part of. I’m proud to be an active and involved member of the ABA.
In 2012, I received a promotion and
moved to Tucson in the middle of the my LDF class. ABA gave me the platform to network and ramp up
in Tucson quickly. I really appreciate the members of Southern AZ ABA making me feel welcome and
part of the construction community.
We are proud to be members and have greatly benefited from our ABA investment.
The ABA is the advocacy voice for the general contracting community, and the majority of Arizona’s GCs are members.
Many of the state’s subcontractors, financial firms, legal firms and suppliers are also members, and everyone works together
for the betterment of the industry. We have a terrific educational platform available to all members, and we enjoy
building relationships and working with one another when possible.
ABA has been a great resource for educational and networking events, and many in our firm have been engaged in
educational events, workshops and the LDF program. I’ve benefitted from these opportunities, as well as from the
exposure to peers and much more the ABA offers. More importantly, our industry as a whole benefits from the
great work of the ABA.
Government Regulations (State and Federal)
Agency Rules (State and Federal)
Audits (Union and Non-Union)
Construction Lien Law
Wage Rates and Prevailing Wage Laws