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NASCLA welcomes all regulatory agencies, trade associations, firms and individuals who are involved in the construction industry. NASCLA membership provides networking opportunities with industry experts and representatives as well as exposure to breaking news and trends within the industry. If you are interested and dedicated to our mutual goals, please review our membership classifications to find all the benefits NASCLA can provide for you.
Please note you do not need to be a NASCLA Member in order to apply to take NASCLA Accredited Examinations. For more information on how to apply for a NASCLA Accredited Exam, please click here.
State membership offers executive directors and staff from state and local regulatory agencies the ability to exchange information and ideas with other industry regulators. This is limited to states that have enacted laws to regulate the business of construction licensing. To learn more about the benefits of state membership or help getting started, click here.
Associate members are the existing foundation of the construction industry. This membership is limited to trade associations, non-profits and regional contractor licensing agencies, contractor firms, individuals and construction material suppliers. To learn more about the benefits of associate membership or help getting started, click here.
This membership is for former employees of state licensing agencies and board members of similar agencies who are not actively engaged in the construction business. To learn more about the benefits of affiliate membership or help getting started, click here.
If you provide products or services to the construction industry, this membership is for you. Business membership is limited to firms whose business is related to the construction industry and can provide you direct access to potential new customers. To learn more about the benefits of business membership or help getting started, click here.
This membership is limited to regulatory agencies from other nations, countries or states other than the fifty (50) United States of America and its territories. To learn more about the benefits of international membership or help getting started, click here.