The Connecticut Construction Industries Association (CCIA) was formed by combining the collective knowledge and strength of unique organizations to create the most comprehensive commercial construction trade association in Connecticut.
CCIA represents many sectors of the industry fostering cooperation to advance and promote a positive business climate, and shape the industry’s future, with the oldest division operating for more than 85 years.
Reach key decision-makers in Connecticut’s $8.1 Billion construction industry, including:
- General Contractors
- Building Owners
- Material Producers
- Professional Companies
- Product Suppliers
- Equipment Dealers
Opportunities Available in Print and Online
Available in digital and print editions, CONNstruction magazine covers CCIA events, policies, programs, membership profiles, industry trends and technologies. CCIA members read the magazine to stay up to date on construction industry trends.
Available in digital and print editions, the Membership Directory & Buyers’ Guide is distributed to top-level decision-makers in Connecticut’s construction industry. The guide serves as a key resource for our members throughout the year to find trusted association-backed companies to network with.
Advertising on the CCIA website is a great way to reach member and non-member visitors and reinforce your marketing message. Visitors learn about upcoming association events, discover ways to maximize their CCIA membership, view the latest issues of CONNstruction digital edition and more.
CCIA has 9 divisions, representing nearly all sectors of commercial construction in the state
Associated General Contractors of Connecticut (AGC/CT) represents commercial, industrial and institutional construction contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and professionals serving the building construction industry. AGC/CT is the Connecticut chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America.
Connecticut Road Builders Association (CRBA) represents contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and professionals in the transportation construction industry. CRBA is the Connecticut chapter of the American Road and Transportation Builders Association.
Connecticut Ready-Mixed Concrete Association (CRMCA) The mission of CRMCA is to promote the use of ready mixed concrete products and construction technologies. CRMCA is the Connecticut Chapter of the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association.
Connecticut Environmental and Utilities Contractors Association (CEUCA) represents contractors that engage in environmental clean water, waste water, and utility contracting and construction.
Connecticut Asphalt & Aggregate Producers Association (CAAPA) represents producers of asphalt pavements and aggregates, along with contractors that install asphalt pavements. CAAPA works with the National Asphalt Pavement Association and the National Stone Sand & Gravel Association.
Equipment Dealers Division represents construction equipment dealers in labor relation matters, in addition to addressing other concerns that impact equipment dealers, such as taxation, regulations and industry promotion.
Heavy and Highway Division represents heavy and highway contractors in all aspects of labor relations matters, including negotiations of collective bargaining agreements.
Connecticut In-Plant Operators Association represents quarry operators and stone producers in labor relations matters.
AGC/CCIA Building Contractors Labor Division of Connecticut Inc. represents AGC/CT building contractors in all areas of labor relations, including negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, arbitration of grievances and representation on jointly administered benefit funds.