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  • American Society of Landscape Architects
    Founded in 1899, the American Society of Landscape Architects is the national professional association representing landscape architects. Beginning with 11 original members, ASLA has grown to 15,428 members (as of December 31, 2011) and 48 chapters, representing all 50 states, U.S. territories, and 66 countries around the world, plus 76 student...
  • Arboricultural Association
    The objectives of the Aboricultural Association are to: advance the study of arboriculture raise the standards of its practice foster interest in trees through publications, exhibitions and the stimulation of research or experiment assist in the training of students in disciplines where arboriculture is a major subject co-operate with other...
  • Association for Road Traffic Safety and Management (ARTSM)
    ARTSM benefits its members by influencing technological developments in order to improve standards in traffic engineering and operations. Membership is open to companies and government departments who are manufacturers or suppliers of message signs, portable traffic signals, or systems for the detection, measurement, guidance or control of road...
  • Association of Drainage Authorities (ADA)
    Established in 1937, the ADA represents those involved in water level management. The association was created to watch over and support the interests of drainage authorities at a national and parliamentary level, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and discussions, and to disseminate information of common interest. Its members include...
  • Association of Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental Specialists (AGS)
    AGS aims to improve the profile and quality of geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. Members include UK organisations and individuals who have a common interest in site investigation, geotechnics, geoenvironmental engineering, engineering geology, geochemistry and hydrogeology....
  • Association of Play Industries (API)
    API represents the play sector. With over 70 members, it represents the interests of manufacturers, installers, designers and distributors of both outdoor and indoor play equipment and safer surfacing. Founded in 1984, the API represents approximately 85% of the annual UK market demand of over £180 million....
  • Association of Professional Landscapers
    The Association of Professional Landscapers (APL) comprises accredited landscape companies who design, build and maintain gardens throughout the UK. The rigorous inspection process to join is the toughest within the industry. Along with the initial inspection, each member is inspected annually to ensure each member has up to date insurances...
  • British Artist Blacksmiths Association
    Organise forge-ins and hold an annual conference. Hold master classes. Publish for members a quarterly magazine and monthly newsletter Maintain a website. Offer a competitive insurance scheme. Offer an extensive list of books for sale on ironwork and related subjects. Organise gallery exhibits. Organise the production of large public sculptures in...
  • British Association of Golf Course Constructors (BAGCC)
    BAGCC aims to promote professionalism in the construction of new golf courses. Its members have carried out work for the Royal & Ancient, the English Golf Union and the British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association, as well as hotel chains and private clients, in Great Britain, Europe, North America and Asia....
  • British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI)
    BALI is a trade association primarily representing landscape contractors in the UK who have been established in business for more than two years. Other membership categories include product suppliers, landscape designers, training providers and students. Associate membership is available for contractors with less than two years' trading...
  • British Ceramic Confederation (BCC)
    The British Ceramic Confederation represents the collective interests of all sectors of the UK ceramics manufacturing industry. Its members produce: domestic and commercial tableware and giftware floor and wall tiles sanitaryware bricks clay roof tiles, clay pipes and land drains industrial ceramics and refractories The BCC aims to safeguard the...
  • British Constructional Steelwork Association
    BCSA is the national organisation for the steel construction industry. It promotes the use of structural steelwork, assists specifiers and clients and provides members with professional services. Its member companies undertake the design, fabrication and erection of steelwork for all forms of construction in building and civil engineering...
  • British Turf & Landscape Irrigation Association (BTLIA)
    BTLIA promotes the development and proper use of turf and landscape irrigation equipment. Members include contractors, distributors, consultants and suppliers who must adhere to a strict code of practice....
  • Britpave
    Britpave, the British In-situ Concrete Paving Association, promotes the use of concrete for paving. It is active in all areas of transport infrastructure and its members include contractors, consulting engineers and designers, suppliers of plant equipment and materials, academics and clients, in the UK and internationally....
  • CIRIA
    CIRIA is the construction industry research and information association. Operating across market sectors and disciplines, we deliver a programme of business improvement services and research activities for our members and those engaged with the delivery and operation of the built environment. CIRIA is an independent member based, not-for-profit...