CSDA is pleased to announce three new membership categories specifically designed for individuals in the concrete construction industry.
These individual memberships were specially tailored to the needs of field personnel, safety managers, operations managers and specifiers, including architects, engineers and general contractors. These new members will benefit from gaining access to a vast library of industry-specific resources, training classes industry news and product updates.
Each individual membership category will have benefits specific to its members. The Field Personnel category was designed with operators, laborers and field professionals in mind. These members will have access to safety and training resources, product updates, receive discounts on association events and materials and gain the ability to connect with other operators and personnel all over the world. The Operations category includes safety managers, estimators, dispatchers and supervisors. They will have access to a library of over 100 Toolbox Safety Tips (TSTs), a safety resource online database, industry news and discounts on safety materials and training classes. The Specifier category gives architects, engineers, general contractors and government officials a resource to access over 50 specifications, standards and best practices for the concrete renovation industry. They can also request bids from local contractors specific to the job specs and will be able to earn continuing education through CSDA’s partnership with AIA.
“CSDA recognizes that a company membership may not be the best fit for all of the members of our industry. In order to share our resources to benefit as many as possible, we have created these individual membership categories to enhance the cooperation and information-sharing between contractor companies, operators, manufacturers, specifiers and more,” stated Erin O’Brien, CSDA Executive Director. “Our goal is to grow and expand the member benefits our association offers and this is just the first step in progressing towards this goal.”
These new individual memberships compliment the existing company memberships for contractors, manufacturers, distributors and affiliate. Existing company members can also gain the benefits of these individual memberships at no additional charge. For more information, or to sign up for membership, visit the CSDA website at www.csda.org, contact the CSDA office at 727-577-5004 or email email@example.com.
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The Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association is a nonprofit trade association of contractors, manufacturers and affiliated members from the construction and renovation industry. Diamond tools for projects requiring sawing, drilling, selective demolition, cutting and polishing offers the construction industry many benefits including lower total project costs, precision cutting, maintenance of structural integrity, reduced downtime, reduced noise, dust and debris, limited access cutting and the ability to cut heavily-reinforced concrete. Founded in 1972, CSDA has 500 member companies worldwide.