Promoting science and technology education and values in science and technology. Includes group news and list of events.
Self-governing body that regulates the engineering profession in Yukon. This site provides events and membership details along with links to relevant resources.
Provides member directory; industry and labor updates; safety articles; safety and business development publications for sale.
Builders' Association of India (BAI) was formed in 1941 in Pune with guidance from Brigadier Jackson, who also allotted office space in the Military Compound. The then office of BAI, aptly named 'Jackson Hut' in his memory, is still being used by BAI. During last 68 years since its inception, BAI movement has grown in leaps and bounds and at present has 99 Centres spread over the length and breadth of the Country, with its headquarters at Mumbai.
With a direct membership of 10,000 constructors and indirect membership of 30,000 through various regional Associations affiliated to it, BAI by virtue of its size is the only true spokesman for this core industry. It safeguards the interests of the Indian construction industry against unjust government legislations and at the same time promotes adherence to fair government legislations by its members.
National coordinating body for the Building Designers Associations in Australia. Includes database of designers.
A museum and study centre devoted to international architecture.
The Association provides a forum to address issues relevant to Canada's coastal zones (Atlantic, Pacific, Great Lakes and Arctic) - bringing together scientists, engineers and managers from a broad range of disciplines, all with a common interest in the coastal zone.
CCA joined the picture in Ottawa in 1918. About 200 energetic industry leaders met and their collaboration sowed the seeds of today's association. They wanted to improve conditions and inform people about the industry - and they succeeded.They used their collective strength to shine a light on industry relationships and practices, standards for business ethics, education and labour matters. Their efforts have had a powerful voice and a source of support for the Canadian industry.Today, construction is a gigantic industry that touches the life of every person in Canada. It's a deeply entrenched and important part of our history, yet stretches dynamically into our future.
The CSCE is a learned society intended to develop and maintain high standards of civil engineering practice in Canada and to enhance the public image of the civil engineering profession.
The non-profit US trade association representing the architectural cast stone industry: manufacturers, associates, architects, engineers, and concrete technologists.
CECA provides advice, information and other services to CECA regional associations and contractor members.
CSAAR is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to promote and encourage the study, understanding, and evaluation of architecture in the Arab region. It gives details of its aims, advisory board, conferences and publications.
Provides forum for discussion and debate of topical architectural issues.
Institute offers construction industry training and continuing education seminars in commercial, building and sitework estimating, blueprint reading, field supervision and project management.
CFMA is â€œThe Source & Resource for Construction Financial Professionalsâ€ and the only nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the construction financial professional.
The Construction Industry Institute, based at The University of Texas at Austin, is a consortium of more than 100 leading owner, engineering-contractor, and supplier firms from both the public and private arenas. These organizations have joined together to enhance the business effectiveness and sustainability of the capital facility life cycle through CII research, related initiatives, and industry alliances. A learning organization with a wealth of knowledge and information, CII is unique in the engineering and construction industry.
The Planning Commission, Government of India a jointly with the Indian construction industry has set up Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC) to take up activities for the development of the Indian construction industry.
Includes calendar of events; list of publications; list of corporate members; Construction Zone newsletters; course and seminar announcements. Career Connections lists civil engineering and related jobs; offers online resume posting; career resources for members or registered users; registered employers can post jobs, search resumes, access other services for free or for a fee.
CMAA is leading the growth and acceptance of construction management as a professional discipline that can add significant value to the entire construction process, from conception to ongoing operation.
Provides information about CM certification and Web-based professional development programs; event listings. Includes article archive; articles from CM eJournal; glossary of construction management terms.