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Construction

Construction

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▶Nongovernmental

American Public Works Assn., Washington Office,1275 K St. N.W., #750, 20005; (202) 408-9541. Scott Grayson, Executive Director, (816) 595-5209; Andrea Eales, Director of Government Affairs, (202) 218-6730.

General email, apwa.washington@gmail.com

Web, www.apwa.net and Twitter, @APWATweets

Membership: engineers, architects, and others who maintain and manage public works facilities and services. Conducts research and education and promotes exchange of information on transportation and infrastructure-related issues. (Headquarters in Kansas City, Mo.)

American Subcontractors Assn.,1004 Duke St., Alexandria, VA 22314-3588; (703) 684-3450. Fax, (703) 836-3482. Colette Nelson, Chief Advocacy Officer, ext. 1310.

General email, asaoffice@asa-hq.com

Web, www.asaonline.com and Twitter, @ASAupdate

Membership: construction subcontractors, specialty contractors, and their suppliers. Addresses business, contract, and payment issues affecting all subcontractors. Interests include procurement laws, payment practices, and lien laws. Monitors legislation and regulations.

Associated Builders and Contractors,440 1st St. N.W., ...

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