The American Society of Concrete Contractors was formed by and for concrete contractors and others who provide services and goods to the concrete construction industry. It is a powerful organization of contractors who share the same goals – to improve their businesses and their roles as contractors. Members include contracting firms, manufacturers, suppliers, designers and other professionals. There are approximately 700 member companies in the U.S. and abroad in the American Society of Concrete Contractors.
ASCC seeks to be the voice of the concrete contractor, serving as a collective instrument to give members of the concrete construction industry a stronger presence in the construction industry as a whole.
ASCC is committed to helping members enhance the quality of their construction and their businesses. Members of this concrete contractor association become better equipped to improve all aspects of their performance with the help of valuable information and member interaction.
Special Interest Groups for Concrete Construction Industry Members
The American Society of Concrete Contractors provides resources to specific concrete contractor audiences including those interested in decorative concrete:
- The Concrete Polishing Council was formed to provide standards, education and a professional network for polishing contractors and others in the industry.
- The Decorative Concrete Council advances the quality and use of decorative concrete systems.
- The Manufacturers Advisory Board counsels the ASCC on how to enhance the interaction between manufacturers, service providers and the contractor members.
- The Safety and Risk Management Council provides publications and other resources to make ASCC contractors the safest in the industry.
If you are involved in concrete construction, you need to belong to the ASCC, the only association by and for all concrete contractors.