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ASA is the united voice dedicated to improving the business environment in the construction industry, representing subcontractors before all branches (executive, legislative, judicial) and levels (federal, state, local) of government, to organizations representing other parts of the construction industry, to the news media, and others.
ASA of Western Pennsylvania offer subcontractor-tailored events and education including Members-only educational resources ranging from model contract language to risk management and marketing tools. We also offer in-person and distance-learning educational events open to members and nonmembers for a fee.
Exchange ideas and knowledge with your peers and other industry leaders. Access to General Contractors, Owners, as well as other industry influencers. Access to leading technology companies, manufacturers, suppliers and other industry service providers.
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
24/7 access to model contracts. Exclusive discounted offers on many valuable business products & services. Complimentary Human Resource Services, Insurance Programs, Technology Providers and Other Industry Programs. An entire library of learning tools and services.
Reasons to Join ASA of Western PA
ASA Western PA Mission Statement
ASA of Western Pennsylvania is an non-profit organization dedicated to the representation and advocacy for the subcontractor, specialty trade contractor, supplier, and service provider business community; promoting an equitable business environment through providing professional education, networking opportunities and government advocacy and influence throughout the construction industry.
Members & Prospects
On behalf of the American Subcontractors Associations (ASA) of Western Pennsylvania, I’d like to welcome you to the ASAWPA web site. Our site is continuously being updated. Please contact me if your company is interested in an advertisement.
This fall ASA turns 46. It’s exciting! The association, founded in 1966, has been a voice offered for all subcontractors and suppliers. Our local chapter was formed in 1989 and has a membership of approximately 63 subcontractors, suppliers and vendors.
I would encourage any company involved in the construction industries to learn more about what ASA can do for your business. See how ASA can be valuable and rewarding to your company. You can visit the About Us link for more information on membership.
As an organization, we develop and build our foundation from our membership. So, if you are an existing or new member, I encourage you to make suggestions and become more active with your chapter. The board of ASA Western PA is devoted to its membership and will consider all suggestions. Please let us know what we can do for you.
Finally, if you can’t find all the answers for why you should join ASA or just would like to discuss an idea, please contact us! We can set up a personalized meeting with you and your company. I look forward to hearing from you.
Angela M. Wentz