The members of ACE represent over 1,200 specialty construction contractors employing more than 57,000 employees, and generate annual gross sales of $6.5+ billion.
In early 2008, several major, regional construction associations began gathering to discuss legislative issues that affect the industry. We realized that by combining our efforts, we could affect positive change on behalf of the more than 57,000 professionals employed by our associations’ member contractors.
Today, ACE is a coalition of the premier construction trade associations, allied to create awareness of the value of quality construction. ACE represents subcontracting firms that employ highly skilled technicians for field construction work, and provide those employees with high-value wages, family medical care, retirement plans, and continuing education through workforce development and apprenticeship training programs.
Our mission is to monitor and influence issues that impact subcontractors and specialty trade contractors in the construction industry before all three branches of government within Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC.
Our vision is to be the recognized voice in the construction industry, to communicate our activities to member companies, and establish identity with prospective allies, opponents, and other stakeholders.
American Subcontractors Association of Metro Washington
For fifty years American Subcontractors of Metro Washington has recognized the area’s top general contractors and other industry leaders at its annual SUBBY AWARDS GALA. This event culminates a year of developing a community of building professionals that believe in the association’s mission of “Better Construction through Fair Construction.” Its membership includes the top subcontractors in all trades including union, merit shop, minority-owned and women-owned companies.
Iron Workers Employers Association of Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia
The Iron Workers Employers Association (IWEA) of Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia represents Virginia, Maryland and District of Columbia contractors who design, engineer, fabricate and install architectural metal and glass curtain walls, metal panel systems, structural steel, ornamental metals and other construction materials on major ballparks, hotels, convention and sport centers, office buildings, embassies, amusement parks, utilities, and state and Federal buildings, as well as numerous other projects. The IWEA conducts and co-sponsors training seminars for both management and their employees.
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10382 Main Street, Suite 200, Fairfax, VA 22030
Mechanical Contractors Association of Maryland
The Mechanical Contractors Association of Maryland, Inc. is an industry trade association dedicated to the advancement of member contractors through education, advocacy & partnership. MCA-Maryland represents companies devoted to high quality, safe & problem-free mechanical & HVAC service contracting.
3600 O’Donnell Street, South Tower – Suite 800
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Mechanical Contractors Association of Metropolitan Washington
The Mechanical Contractors Association of Metro Washington represents contractors who build and service plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems in Washington, D.C. and its suburbs. MCA of Metro Washington is the leader of the mechanical construction and service industry in this area. The association promotes professionalism, quality, cost-effectiveness, user benefits and productivity in construction and service through education, labor relations, public relations and government affairs.
National Electrical Contractors Association, Washington, D.C. Chapter
The members of the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) safely install and service wiring and equipment for the distribution of electricity, lighting, communications, signage, life safety, fire safety and security. NECA members in the Washington, D.C. metro area and northern and central Virginia, work in new construction, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repairs — in residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, governmental, and utility structures, including the high voltage overhead and underground lines for utility power transmission.
National Electrical Contractors Association, Maryland Chapter
The Maryland Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) represents electrical contractors engaging in safe installation and servicing of wiring and equipment for the utilization and distribution of electricity, lighting, communications, signage, life safety, fire safety and security. NECA members in the Baltimore metro area and Maryland work in residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, governmental, and utility structures, including the installation, repairs, and maintenance of high voltage power lines.
SMACNA Mid-Atlantic Chapter
The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA) Mid-Atlantic Chapter is composed of local area firms that fabricate/manufacture and install HVAC duct systems along with architectural sheet metal applications. SMACNA Contractors adhere to strict industry standards recognized worldwide.