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Library and Internet resources for construction topics.

How to Find Information about Professional Associations, Organizations and Societies

Selected major construction-related associations



Comprehensive databases/lists of associations

  • Associations Unlimited
    Contains detailed listings for organizations all over the world; IRS information on nonprofit organizations; complete text of membership & descriptive materials for U.S. national associations.  Search by the association's name or look for associations in these construction-related subject areas:
    • Architecture
    • Building Codes
    • Building Industries
    • Building Trades
    • Concrete
    • Contractors
    • Housing
    • Manufactured Housing
    • Occupational Safety and Health
    • Subterranean Construction 

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