The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), headquartered in Chicago, is a non-partisan, not-for-profit technical institute and trade association established in 1921 to serve the structural steel design community and construction industry in the United States.
The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) is Canada’s voice for the steel construction industry. The CISC promotes dialogue, collaboration and commerce between industry stakeholders — advancing the benefits of steel to the consulting community, builders, buyers, academia and government.
Committee on Pipe and Tube Imports (CPTI)
The Committee on Pipe and Tube Imports is a trade association that represents pipe and tube producers who purchase steel from integrated manufacturers to make tubular products. Together, these members account for 75% of domestically produced pipe and tube products.
The Deep Foundations Institute is an international association of contractors, engineers, manufacturers, suppliers, academics and owners in the deep foundations industry.
The Metals Service Center Institute (MSCI) is a trade association that supports and represents the most elements of the metals value chain, including metals producers, distributors, and processors and, to a lesser extent, the interests of metals users.
The National Association of Steel Pipe Distributors is a national trade association representing the steel pipe and tubular products distribution industry and its related businesses.
North American Steel Alliance is a member-owned purchasing cooperative serving the metals distribution industry.
The National Council of Structural Engineers Association was formed to constantly improve the level of standard of practice of the structural engineering profession throughout the United States, and to provide an identifiable resource for those needing communication with the profession.
The Pile Driving Contractors Association is an organization of pile driving contractors that advocates the increased use of driven piles for deep foundations and earth retention systems.
The Steel Tube Institute is dedicated to advancing the growth and competitiveness of America’s steel tubular products.
Founded in 1926, the Central Fabricators Association (CFA) is a not-for-profit trade association serving structural steel fabricators across the Midwest.
The mission of the Mid-Atlantic Steel Fabricators Association is to promote and advance the structural steel and miscellaneous iron fabricating industry and the use of steel construction in Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
The Pacific Northwest Steel Fabricators’ Association encourages the continuing development of the steel industry in the Pacific Northwest, strengthening its infrastructure through the exchange of knowledge and information among its members while also providing exposure to, and training from, specialists in related fields.
The Steel Fabricators of New England (SFNE) is an association of structural steel and miscellaneous metal fabricators and allied companies that serve the building and bridge construction markets in New England.
The Texas Structural Steel Institute is a non-profit organization of Texas structural steel fabricators and suppliers including the service industries that support them.
VCSSFA is a regional structural steel fabricators association for fabrication companies located in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, committed to promoting the use of fabricated steel and allied products through continuing education of members and industry participants.