Join the Concrete Contractors of America: The Benefits of an ASCC Membership

Becoming a member of the American Society of Concrete Contractors has the potential to fundamentally make you more successful in the concrete construction industry. With ASCC membership concrete contractors are afforded ample opportunities to connect and interact with their peers and industry experts. In addition, an ASCC membership grants you access to the most current technical and business resources designed to ensure success both in the field and in the office.

By participating in a national concrete construction organization comprised of concrete contractors, manufacturers, and other industry professionals, your company benefits from the collective knowledge of the concrete construction industry.

Take your career and your company to the next level. To apply for ASCC membership, download our PDF application, or apply online now.

With questions related to membership in the ASCC, contact us.

Membership Types

ASCC members include companies from all areas of the industry, including contractors, vendors, architectural firms, engineering firms, educators, organizations and others.

There are four membership types available to companies looking to join the ASCC:

  • Contractor Memberships are for concrete contractors and general contractors that self-perform.  Memberships are based on annual sales volume. 
  • Associate Memberships are for manufacturers, suppliers, publishers, ready mix producers, distributors and professional services members (consultants, insurance, legal, etc.).
  • Professional Memberships are open to educators, single-person firm engineers or architects, and other design and construction organizations. 
  • Benefactor & Sustaining Memberships are for companies that wish to support ASCC at a higher level. These members benefit from additional exposure at ASCC events, online and in the member directory. 
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Member Testimonials

“ willing to share ideas freely”

Chris Plue Webcor Concrete, San Francisco, CA

“ investment of time and money for my business, ever.”

Ryan Taylor T & T Construction, Pasadena, TX

“...consistent voice to unify the polishing industry.”

Chris Wright Durable Surfaces, Malvern, PA

“...helps us understand the big picture...connections and networking”

Scott Metzger Metzger/McGuire, Concord, NH

“...wealth of knowledge, advice, encouragement and some of the best recommendations you can find within the with captivating takeaways”

Ashley Stamper DANKO Concrete Construction, Atlanta, GA

“...ASCC published its own book on reasonable tolerances...publishes Position Statements helpful in dealing with engineers, GCs, architects, and owners...proactive on safety”

Steve Crawford Superior Gunite, Lake View Terrace, CA

“...invaluable, position statements, specifications...overall help with safety programs”

Jim Cuviello Cuviello Concrete, Stevensville, MD

“ forum both as a solution during times of increased risk, as well as a preemptive effort to avoid potential problems...priceless”

Brandon Escandon Maven Group, Hixson, TN

“...Joe Whiteman (ASCC Director of Safety Services) is a wealth of information, and he freely shares his first-hand knowledge and expertise”

Heather Mordhorst Rhino Manufacturing, San Diego, CA

“The focus group was fantastic. The attendees were very engaged in the conversation and provided excellent feedback. We have already received a PO from a member for our Finishing Aid which is a great sign. Thank you so much for setting everything up, I really appreciate it.”

Ian Higgins SINAK

“Thank you so much! I can't tell you how much your advice means to small contractors like me!”

Curt Roedel Superior Concrete Constructors, Inc.

“I can’t say how enough how impressed I am by the support we get from being part of the ASCC!”

Kenny Hayduk, Operations Manager Maven Group

“Your technical documents are a huge help in an effort to arm myself and the contractor with information.”

Anthony Puleo Puelo’s Concrete

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St. Louis, MO 63144
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