UTCA of New Jersey is a national award winning, non-profit trade association headquartered in Wall, New Jersey. UTCA currently includes approximately 1,025 member firms active in all phases of heavy, highway, site, utility and environmental remediation construction, in the public and private sectors, throughout the State.
Brownfield Coalition of the Northeast
BCONE's mission and objective is to provide education on the benefits of brownfield remediation and sustainable redevelopment and to work with member states and brownfield stakeholders to facilitate brownfield cleanups within member states. BCONE's annual Northeast Sustainable Communities Workshop exemplifies the educational mission of the Coalition. BCONE members have extensive experience in the brownfield remediation and redevelopment process and include state regulatory agencies and brownfield practitioners in the fields of environmental remediation, Land use consulting, real estate, law, land development, and green jobs training programs that supply well-trained, accredited, and certified entry-level technicians for a variety of brownfield and green energy jobs.
New Jersey American Water Works Association (NJAWWA)
Over 1750 members united in a mission to provide New Jerseyites with safe drinking water. Members include most of New Jersey's public and investor-owned water utilities along with engineering and environmental professionals and allied industry businesses. As part of the American Water Works Association, the New Jersey Section joins over 54,000 water professionals and vendors in a dynamic organization with a nationwide interest in protecting and providing drinking water resources.
New Jersey Water Environment Association (NJWEA)
From the bucolic Highlands to the fisheries of the Delaware Valley to the power of the Great Falls to the family fun of the Jersey Shore our state is one of the most water rich areas in the United States. New Jersey’s water resources were and continue to be essential to the quality of life, economic vibrancy and history of our state. As New Jersey grew to become the most densely populated and heavily industrialized state in the nation, water quality in our lakes, streams and bays began to significantly deteriorate.
PACA Building and Connecting Communities
The aggregates and ready mixed concrete industries provide the construction materials that are the building blocks of our society. PACA safeguards the industry from common threats; expands market opportunities: trains a productive workforce: educates and communicates the value of construction materials to all Pennsylvanians: serves as the gathering place for industry stakeholders; and, unites divergent interests into a shared platform for action to benefit the aggregates, ready mixed concrete and cement industries in Pennsylvania.
American Road & Transportation Builders Association
Established in 1902 and headquartered in the Nation’s Capital, ARTBA is the oldest and most respected national transportation construction-related association.
ARTBA founder Horatio Earle, a Michigan public official, was the first to articulate the need for a federally-built network of Interstate highways. Earle called it the “Capital Connecting Government Highway System,” which he said, would “connect every state capital with each other and the Nation’s Capital-Washington, D.C.” Earle’s vision was achieved in 1956 when President Eisenhower signed the law authorizing the construction of the Interstate Highway System and creation of the Highway Trust Fund to pay for it.
ARTBA members designed, built and continue to maintain the Interstate system, along with the rest of the nation’s transportation network.
The association’s mission is simple: We are a federation whose primary goal is to aggressively grow and protect transportation infrastructure investment to meet the public and business demand for safe and efficient travel. In support of this mission, ARTBA also provides programs and services designed to give its 6,500+ public and private sector members a global competitive edge.
ARTBA’s core values and principles-defined and reflected in the association’s governance, management, policies and program of work-include: integrity and the highest ethical standards, visionary leadership that always focuses on the future and fosters innovation, an “action-oriented” approach and intelligent risk taking.
Western Dredging Association
What is the mission and the objectives of WEDA
To promote the exchange of knowledge in fields related to dredging, navigation, marine engineering and construction by sponsoring or co-sponsoring national and international technical conferences, seminars, and symposiums, including publication and dissemination of the proceedings.
To emphasize the importance of understanding and development of solutions for problems related to the protection and enhancement of the marine environment. To support educational institutions for students interested in pursuing dredging and marine engineering as a career.
To promote membership in and furtherance of the Western Dredging Association through establishment and support of Chapters.
To recognize individuals and organizations for outstanding engineering and operational achievement.
U.S. Green Building Council New Jersey
USGBC NJ is at the forefront of changing the way buildings in our state are designed, built and operated. Our goal is to be a leader in promoting the benefits of more sustainable homes, offices, schools, hospitals, theaters, retail spaces and more. ”Green” building makes communities more environmentally responsible and better places to live, learn and work.
Green building is a more than just environmentally conscious. It’s also economically sound. More and more homeowners, corporations, organizations and investors not only prefer more sustainable building practices, they demand them. Green buildings translate to lower utility costs, healthier living, better re-sale value on homes, and higher rents on commercial properties. The future of sustainable building looks bight. And greener by the minute.
NEW JERSEY BUSINESS & INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
The New Jersey Business & Industry Association provides information, services and advocacy to its member companies to build a more prosperous New Jersey. We are the nation’s largest statewide employer association. Our members employ more than one million people. Founded in 1910, as the New Jersey Manufacturers Association, this organization began as a group of manufacturers sharing ideas about workplace safety. In addition, they also want to have a say in government policies affecting their businesses. The Association later formed New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance to protect their members with workers compensation insurance.
Entering the last 25 years of the 20th century, the makeup of its membership changed dramatically. For this reason, the Association changed its name to the New Jersey Business & Industry Association in the mid-1970s.
Today, our members represent every industry in the State. This includes contractors, manufacturers, retail and wholesale businesses, and service providers of every kind. NJBIA is widely regarded as the most credible and effective advocate for business in the Garden State.
BUILDERS LEAGUE of SOUTH JERSEY
As a part of an extensive network that includes the New Jersey Builders Association and the National Association of Home Builders, the Builders League of South Jersey provides a powerful array of services:
A network of professionals, including lawyers, and environmentalists who offer advice, service, and troubleshooting for members.
A strong voice in Trenton and Washington, D.C. that ensures lawmakers are fully aware of the impact pending legislation will have on the building industry.
A full-time professional staff that provides the most current industry information in our newsletters and on our web site in response to your questions and concerns.
Networking opportunities that include special events, monthly membership dinner meetings, meetings and seminars, and committee participation.
The Builders League of South Jersey is a vital, effective organization. We are able to protect our industry by positively influencing legislation through a strong, unified voice dedicated to saving and improving the building industry in New Jersey.
National Safety Council
The nation's leading safety advocate for more than 100 years, the National Safety Council is a nonprofit organization with the mission of eliminating preventable deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy. NSC advances this mission by engaging businesses, government agencies, elected officials and the public to help prevent the third leading cause of death in the U.S. – preventable injuries.
NSC is the trusted source of occupational safety information and resources. Through NSC Workplace 360, the Council helps organizations advance from safety compliance to best practices through a wide range of workplace training and consulting services. Organizations become National Safety Council members to receive the latest safety information, trends, practical solutions and tools to eliminate preventable injuries and deaths in their workplace. NSC helps the safety professional champion safety through research, networking, awards and education, including the advanced safety certificate.