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    ADVOCACY
    Grassroots Network

    AZCA is Your United Voice in Government - The AZCA lobbying team represents the construction industry before state and local governments. We focus our effort around Public Policy and Economic Development issues. AZCA influences government with our active membership engaged in our political efforts. Our Grassroots Network is our online tool designed to keep our members informed of government activities. Through the Network, AZCA members can express to public officials our questions, concerns and opinions on industry issues. Our Political Action Committee, AZCAPAC helps our industry elect those who support our issues.
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    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    Building Arizona Since 1956

    AZCA emphasizes our focus on promoting the construction industry our state, cities and towns to expand and attract businesses. AZCA works with state and local economic development organizations with developing strategic plans for economic development while representing the construction industry as a whole. AZCA assists with marketing our state, cities and towns as locations for business relocation and expansion. AZCA advocates for economic development policy designed to facilitate new business opportunities. In doing so, the relocation of businesses and the expansion of existing firms create new jobs for our industry and our state, and generate revenues for infrastructure projects to better accommodate growth and to minimize taxes.
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    EVENTS REGISTRATION

    AZCA conducts several events annually, including informative educational seminars, luncheons, and networking opportunities. Signature events include our Annual Membership Meeting and our Annual Golf Classic.

    AZCA's social events offer member firms the opportunities to entertain clients, engage co-workers, and create and maintain business relationships within the construction industry. Join us at an upcoming AZCA event!
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    JOIN AZCA

    As a member of the AZCA, your organization will be part of the critical mass of construction industry leaders on the forefront of development opportunities and will help influence economic development public policy for all of Arizona.

    AZCA 4Free is designed to generate new AZCA members, while creating a cost-effective incentive for current AZCA Members to assist in membership development. It's easy, just get 4 companies to join AZCA within one year's time and your firm's next annual membership will be Free. If you're not successful in generating 4 new members, your firm can still save between 25-75 percent off your annual membership dues.
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AZCA News

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Read the latest copy of AZCA's "The Arizonan"

our mission

Our mission is to provide corporate, civic, political leadership and economic development opportunities in the Arizona construction industry for the benefit of our companies, employees and communities.

The AZCA is an integrated construction industry, public policy non-profit organization established since 1956 focused on growing Arizona's economy and advancing the construction industry.  The organization is comprised of industry leaders owners, developers, architects, engineers, construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors of all trades, material suppliers, and economic developers as will as firms who offer services to the industry and public employees who work with the industry.

AZCA, YOUR ADVOCATE FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & CONSTRUCTION

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