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    CCIA Divisions

    CCIA is an organization of associations, comprised of nine divisions, where various segments of the commercial construction industry work together to advance and promote their shared interests. [Printable PDF]

    • Connecticut Road Builders Association: CRBA represents    contractors,    subcontractors,    material    suppliers, consulting engineers and professionals serving the heavy  and  highway  construction  industry.  CRBA  maintains  close      ties      with      the      Connecticut      Department      of      Transportation  in  all  areas  of  interest  to  its  members.  CRBA  is also an advocate for its members’ interests at the state and federal levels and is the Connecticut chapter of the American Road  and  Transportation  Builders  Association,  the  national  road and bridge construction industry trade association.www.ctconstruction.org/crba
    • Associated General Contractors of Connecticut  AGC/CT  represents  commercial,  industrial,  and  institutional  construction  contractors,  subcontractors,  material  suppliers  and professionals  serving  the  construction  industry.  AGC/CT  maintains   close   ties   with   public   and   private   owners   on   matters   of   industry   concern.   AGC/CT   is   the   Connecticut   chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America.www.ctconstruction.org/agcct
    • Connecticut Ready-Mixed Concrete Association:  The mission of CRMCA is to promote the use of ready-mixed concrete  products  and  construction  technologies.  CRMCA’s  Concrete Promotion Council conducts programs and exhibits for   producers   and   members   of   the   design   community.   CRMCA    also    offers    a    concrete    inspection    certification    program  to  ensure  quality  control  for  concrete  products  and  applications.   CRMCA   works   through   the   National   Ready-Mixed Concrete Association on federal and industry matters. www.ctconstruction.org/crmca
    • Connecticut Environmental and Utilities Contractors Association:  CEUCA   represents   contractors   and   suppliers   serving   the   environmental,    clean    water,    waste    water,    and    utility    contracting   and   construction   industry.      CEUCA   seeks   to   enhance,   promote   and   improve  the   trade   or   business   of   environmental  and  utility  contracting  and  construction  and  allied  fields  in  Connecticut;  aims  to  maintain  close  ties  with  state  and  municipal  agencies  involved  in  Clean  Water  Fund  projects;   and   seeks   representation   on   and   affiliation   and   participation   with   local,   state   and   national   organizations   representing  the  environmental  and  utilities  sectors  of  the  construction industry.www.ctconstruction.org/ceuca
    • Connecticut Asphalt and Aggregate Producers Association:  CAAPA  represents  producers,  contractors  and  suppliers  of hot   plant-mixed   asphalt   pavements   in   the   state.   CAAPAsupports its members’ interests on environmental issues and works  to  improve  the  quality  of  hot  plant-mixed  asphalt  pavements and paving techniques used in the construction of roads,    streets,    highways,    parking    lots,    airports,    and    environmental    and    recreational    facilities.    CAAPA    is    an    advocate  for  its  members’  interests  at  the  state  and  federal  levels.  www.ctconstruction.org/caapa
    • Heavy and Highway:  The CCIA Heavy and Highway Division represents heavy and highway   contractors   in   labor   relations   matters,   including   negotiation  of  collective  bargaining  agreements,  arbitration  of  grievances,  and  representation  on  jointly  administered  benefit funds
    • Connecticut In-Plant Operators Association:  The  CCIA  In-Plant  Operators  Association  represents  quarry  operators  and  stone  producers  in  labor  relations  matters,  in  addition to providing other association services. The In-Plant Operators   Association   also   works   through   the   National   Stone  Sand  and  Gravel  Association  on  issues  of  national  interest.
    • Equipment Dealers:  CCIA’s  Equipment  Dealers  Division  represents  construction  equipment  dealers  in  labor  relations  matters,  in  addition  to  addressing  other  concerns  that  impact  equipment  dealers,  such as taxation, diesel emission regulations, and promoting careers in the industry.
    • AGC/CCIA Building Contractors Labor Division of Connecticut, Inc:  The   Building   Contractors   Labor   Division   of   Connecticut   represents  AGC/CT  building  contractors  in  all  areas  of  labor  relations,    including    negotiation    of    collective    bargaining    agreements, arbitration of grievances, and representation on jointly  administered  Taft-Hartley benefit  funds.  This  Division  comprises  all signatory  contractors  who  have  appointed  the  AGC/CT as their exclusive bargaining agent.