The Construction Industry Center was organized in 1953 to become the voice of the construction industry in the areas that we serve. We promote a spirit of cooperation and good will among our members and among those participating in, or interested in, the construction industry. We cooperate with other groups, associations, or professional societies existing or formed for like purposes.

The Construction Industry Center is a not for profit association comprised of members who participate in the construction industry in all its phases. Our Members build every type of commercial, industrial, institutional, residential and public building; they construct roads, utilities, power and communication systems, they sell building materials, fixtures, machinery and equipment for every type of construction; they furnish surety bonds, mortgage loans, financing, and insurance for every construction activity.

Who are our Members?

Prime Contractors
Sub-Contractors
General
Mechanical
Electrical
Highway - Heavy
Suppliers
Manufacturers
Financial Institutions
Insurance And Bonding
Design Firms
Architects
Engineers
Governmental Agencies

Supporting the Construction Industry... together!

Our Objective

It shall be the objective of the the Construction Industry Center to become the voice of the construction industry in the area, which serves, by the following:

  1. To promote a spirit of cooperation and good will among its members and among those participating or interested in the construction industry.
  2. To cooperate with other groups, associations, or professional societies existing or those formed for like purposes.
  3. To advise its members of new developments in the industry through the publication of the Weekly Bulletin and through the securing of plans and specifications of new and proposed work, and in any other way that will assist its members in keeping in touch with new and additional work.
  4. To support legislation in the interest of the construction industry and the community; to oppose legislation contrary to such interests.
    To formulate and promote policies and procedures relating to invitations for bids, bid lettings, and contracting in the interests of the membership and the community.
  5. To serve the various levels of government and the community with special or standing committees in matters wherein the special knowledge of its members can be of value, but not inconsistent with the aims of the Construction Industry Center.

Our Services

The Construction Industry Center provides it's members with a variety of services centered around the construction industry. Services include:

  • Comprehensive weekly mailed bulletin
  • Online Bulletin
  • Notary Service
  • FAX Service
  • AIA Documents
  • Plotting Service
  • Blueprint and Spec. Copying
  • Digital Archiving of Blueprints and Specs
  • Meeting and Conference Rooms
  • Major Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance Program
  • Safety Videos and Materials

Our Board

We are overseen by our Member Elected Board of Directors and have many committee opportunities for members to participate in and share their talents and ideas with.

Membership Committees

Activities...

This committee is charged with the responsibility to arrange social and recreational functions where members can meet, relax and become better acquainted; this includes the Annual Meeting/Craftsmanship Awards Banquet, Golf Outings, Bowling Leagues and such other events as may be delegated by the Board of Directors.

Building/Building Equipment

This committee is charged with the responsibility of reviewing the maintenance and improvement and location of CIC building, grounds and physical facilities. Also, working with the Executive on equipment needed to enhance the services of the CIC to its staff and membership.

Craftsmanship

This committee is charged with the responsibility of conduction educational programs and seminars to better inform our membership and general public, on topics that will benefit in day-to-day business dealings. To publish articles in the Weekly Bulletin promoting safe working conditions within the industry and to keep membership informed of any new regulations pertaining to OSHA, and other government programs that would affect the safety of our member' employees.

Insurance

This committee is charged with the responsibility of reviewing and assisting in the the planning and overseeing of our Insurance Program Groups.

Legislative

This committee is charged with the responsibility to study and make recommendations regarding suggested amendments to Municipal, County and State Building Codes and to review Legislation of importance to the construction industry at the local, state and national level. When the need arises we will inform the membership in the weekly bulletin of any pending legislation that would affect the industry.

Membership

This committee is charged with the responsibility to take measures to maintain and increase the CIC membership, to compile a list of eligible prospects, to direct a year-round campaign and, if possible, reinstate members who have resigned, or to find the reason for resignation.

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