Partners and Certifications Associated General Contractors of America www.agc.org The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is the leading association for the construction industry. AGC represents more than 26,000 firms, including over 6,500 of America’s leading general contractors, and over 9,000 specialty-contracting firms. More than 10,500 service providers and suppliers are also associated with AGC, all through a nationwide network of chapters. The Arkansas Trucking www.arkansastrucking.com/ The ATA promotes the health of the Arkansas trucking industry on issues that have a direct impact on member companies and our state and national economies. The Association is owned and governed by more than 300 trucking companies and important industry suppliers. Members range from firms with 5 or fewer trucks to some of the nation’s largest freight and logistics companies. NARSA www.narsa.org NARSA – The International Heat Transfer Association has provided focus for the business of thermal management for transportation and industry by providing commercial and technical forums that lead to business development and product innovation. Founded in 1954 in the USA as the National Automotive Radiator Service Association, NARSA continues today as global trade association dedicated to education and communication. NARSA members repair, maintain, design, build and distribute heat exchangers such as radiators, oil coolers, charge air coolers and condensers. ARMCA www.arkansaschapteraci.org The Arkansas Ready Mixed Concrete Association is a non-profit trade association whose mission is to promote the use of concrete and provide education, information and assistance in producing a quality product. ATPA www.arkloggers.com In a tough economy, it might seem hard to justify paying dues to member organizations like ATPA. But during the challenging times, it actually makes the most sense. After all, the main task of ATPA is representing the interests of timber producers and affiliates in decision-making (think policies, regulations, procedures and financial costs) at the regional and national levels that impact our industry the most.