Associations

Engineering & Architecture

  • American Society for Healthcare Engineering

    With more than 11,000 members, the American Society of Healthcare Engineers (ASHE) is the largest association devoted to optimizing the health care physical environment. As a trusted industry resource, ASHE is committed to our members, the facilities they build and maintain, and the patients they serve.
    http://www.ashe.org/
  • American Society for Quality

    The American Society for Quality is (ASQ) a global community of people dedicated to quality who share the ideas and tools that make our world work better. With individual and organizational members around the world, ASQ has the reputation and reach to bring together the diverse quality champions who are transforming the world’s corporations, organizations and communities to meet tomorrow’s critical challenges. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, ASQ provides the quality community with training, professional certifications, and knowledge to a vast network of members of the global quality community.
    http://asq.org
  • American Society for Testing and Materials

    ASTM International provides technical standards to industry worldwide. As a standards development body, they seek to be the foremost developer and provider of voluntary consensus standards, related technical information, and services having globally recognized quality and applicability that promote public health and safety, the environment, and the overall quality of life contribute to the reliability of materials, products, systems and services; and facilitate international, regional, and national commerce.
    http://www.astm.org
  • American Society of Materials

    Celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2013, the American Society of Materials International (ASM) is known around the world for the depth and breadth of the materials knowledge it disseminates through books, databases, videos, and a myriad of online products. ASM International is a materials science and engineering society where materials users, producers, and manufacturers converge to do business. Through our network of 30,000 members worldwide, ASM provides authoritative information and knowledge on materials and processes, from the structural to the nanoscale. ASM provides its members with high-quality technical information, education and training, networking, and cost-effective, user-friendly professional development resources.
    http://www.asminternational.org
  • American Society of Materials, Orange Coast Chapter

    Orange Coast Chapter is proud to have a very diverse technical base of materials and industries. Through the years Orange County has been involved in the space race in the 60's with Rockwell, Boeing, McDonnell-Douglas, and Lockheed. It has been instrumental in the advance of medical devices, which has now become an industrial hub for the Biomedical industry, and playing a significant role in the evolvement of the electronics industry.
    http://www.asmorangecoast.com
  • American Society of Architectural Illustrators

    The American Society of Architectural Illustrators, a California based organization, (ASAI), is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and recognition of the art, science and profession of architectural illustration. Through communication, education and advocacy, the Society strives to refine and emphasize the role of illustration in the practice and appreciation of architecture.
    http://www.asai.org
  • American Society of Civil Engineers

    Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) represents more than 144,000 members of the civil engineering profession worldwide and is America's oldest national engineering society.
    http://www.asce.org/
  • American Society of Golf Course Architects

    Founded in 1946, the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) is the oldest professional organization of golf course designers in America. All ASGCA members have completed of a minimum of five major golf course projects and are peer-reviewed by the ASGCA membership. This ensures that all ASGCA members are qualified and well-seasoned in golf course design with a trained eye for both functional and aesthetic excellence.
    http://www.asgca.org/
  • American Society of Highway Engineers

    The mission of the American Society of Highway Engineers is to provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry to promote a safe, efficient and sustainable highway system through education, innovation and fellowship.
    http://www.ashe.pro/
  • American Society of Home Inspectors

    Founded in 1976, the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) is the most respected professional association for home inspectors in North America. Through ASHI’s continued efforts, ASHI's Standards of Practice—covering all of a home's major systems—are now part of many pieces of state legislation and are recognized by consumers as the authoritative standard for professional home inspection.
    http://www.ashi.org
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers

    The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) promotes the art, science and practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the globe.
    http://www.asme.org
  • American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers

    The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) is a building technology society with more than 54,000 members worldwide. The Society and its members focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and sustainability within the industry. Through research, standards writing, publishing and continuing education, ASHRAE shapes tomorrow’s built environment today.
    http://www.ashrae.org
  • American Society of Safety Engineers

    Founded in 1911, ASSE is the oldest professional safety organization. Its more than 33,000 members manage, supervise and consult on safety, health, and environmental issues in industry, insurance, government and education. ASSE has 17 practice specialties, 151 chapters, 28 sections and 58 student sections.
    http://www.asse.org
  • American Sports Builders Association

    With more than 300 member companies, the American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) is a national organization for builders, designers and suppliers of materials for tennis courts, running tracks, natural and synthetic turf fields, indoor and outdoor synthetic sports surfaces. Headquartered in Maryland, the ASBA works to raise professional standards and to insure that consumers receive services of the highest quality. As part of its work to achieve this goal, the association sponsors a certification program that permits experienced tennis court and running track builders to demonstrate their competency by completing an examination on all areas of construction. In addition, ASBA offers an awards program to recognize excellence in design, construction and renovation.
    http://www.sportsbuilders.org
  • American Statistical Association

    The American Statistical Association (ASA) is the world’s largest community of statisticians. Our members serve in industry, government, and academia in more than 90 countries, advancing research and promoting sound statistical practice to inform public policy and improve human welfare.
    http://www.amstat.org
  • American Water Works Association

    Founded in 1881, AWWA is the authoritative resource on safe water, with more than 60,000 members worldwide sharing knowledge on water resource development, water and wastewater treatment technology, water storage and distribution, and utility management and operations. Members represent the full spectrum of the water community: treatment plant operators and managers, scientists, environmentalists, manufacturers, academicians, regulators, and others who hold genuine interest in water supply and public health.
    http://www.awwa.org
  • American Welding Society

    Founded in 1919, the mission of the American Welding Society (AWS) is to advance the science, technology and application of welding and allied joining and cutting processes, including brazing, soldering and thermal spraying.
    http://www.aws.org/
  • American Wood Protection Association

    The American Wood Protection Association (AWPA) is a non-profit organization which is responsible for promulgating voluntary wood preservation standards. AWPA Standards are developed by its technical committees in an ANSI accredited consensus-based process that involves individuals from all facets of wood preservation: Producers of preservatives and preservative components; producers of treated and untreated wood products; end users of treated wood; engineers, architects and building code officials; government entities, academia, and other groups with a general interest in wood preservation. AWPA's Standards are universally specified for wood preservation in the USA, and are recognized worldwide.
    http://www.awpa.com
  • Antenna Measurement Techniques Association

    The Antenna Measurement Techniques Association (AMTA) was formed in 1979, and incorporated in the state of Georgia, USA on March 10, 1989 as a non-profit professional organization open to individuals with an interest in antenna measurements.
    http://www.amta.org/
  • Architects, Designers and Planners for Social Responsibility

    The Architects, Designers and Planners for Social Responsibility (ADPSR) works for peace, environmental protection, ecological building, social justice, and the development of healthy communities. They believe that design practitioners have a significant role to play in the well-being of their communities. They raise professional and public awareness of critical social and environmental issues, further responsive design and planning, and honor persons and organizations whose work exemplifies social responsibility.
    http://www.adpsr.org
  • Architectural Research Centers Consortium

    The Architectural Research Centers Consortium, Inc. (ARCC) is an international association of architectural research centers committed to the expansion of the research culture and a supporting infrastructure in architecture and related design disciplines. Since its founding as a non-profit corporation in 1976, ARCC has represented a concerted commitment to the improvement of the physical environment and the quality of life.
    http://www.arccweb.org
  • Architectural Woodwork Institute

    The Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) is a nonprofit trade association founded in 1953. Today, AWI represents nearly 4000 members consisting of architectural woodworkers, suppliers, design professionals and students from around the world.
    http://www.awinet.org/
  • Architecture 2030

    Architecture 2030 is a non-profit, non-partisan and independent organization that was established in response to the global-warming crisis. 2030’s mission is to rapidly transform the US and global Building Sector from the major contributor of greenhouse gas emissions to a central part of the solution to the global-warming crisis.
    http://www.architecture2030.org
  • Architecture for Humanity

    By tapping a network of more than 50,000 professionals willing to lend time and expertise to help those who would not otherwise be able to afford their services, we bring design, construction and development services where they are most critically needed.
    http://www.architectureforhumanity.org
  • Asian American Architects/Engineers Association

    The Asian American Architects and Engineers Association (AAa/e) is committed to providing a platform for empowering professionals working in the built environment in personal and professional growth, business development and networking, and leadership in our community.
    http://www.aaaesc.com/