Liaisons and Partnering Agreements

Various associations work with NAWIC to share resources, aggressive problem resolutions and safety training. NAWIC’s future success requires working with and through other organizations to achieve its core purpose. NAWIC has formal partnering agreements with these organizations:


• ACE Mentor Program of America
• American Council for Construction Education
• American Institute of Constructors
• American Road and Transportation Builders Association
• American Society of Professional Estimators
• American Subcontractors Association
• Associated Builders and Contractors
• Associated General Contractors of America
• Association for the Advancement of Construction
Engineering • Construction Financial Management Association
• Construction Specifications Institute
• Federal Highway Administration
• FMI Corporation
• International Code Council
• National Center for Construction Education & Research
• National Society of Professional Engineers
• Paxton/Patterson Building Skills
• Society of Design Administration
• Society for Marketing Professionals
• Southern Building Code Congress International
• The Surety and Fidelty Association
• U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
• U.S. Dept. of Labor, Women’s Bureau
• Women Build of Habitat for Humanity International
• WomenWork! The National Network for Women’s

Show Support

  • Acquaint yourself with the many benefits of your employee’s membership in NAWIC.
  • Encourage female employees to join NAWIC.
  • Share your knowledge and experience in construction by participating in local chapter activities. 
  • Become a Corporate Chapter Member of NAWIC. Your company can hold one or more memberships and designate female employees to represent your firm at local, regional and national meetings. NAWIC is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit Association. Its membership dues may be tax deductible as a business expense. Check with your accountant.