Building a Safer Florida
Members
Alarm Association of Florida, Inc.

1802 North University Drive
Number 329
Plantation, FL 33322
Phone: 1-800-899-2099
Fax: 954-748-4749
Website: www.fla-alarms.org

The Alarm Association of Florida is an organization of security dealers and associates united for over thirty-five years. The Alarm Association of Florida's mission employs professional standards for the low voltage and alarm industries through education and training; maintains a code of ethics protecting the public and public safety; promotes policies reducing alarm dispatch.
Associated Builders and Contractors of Florida, Inc.

PO Box 10038
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Contact: Rick
Email: rick@rwatsonandassociates.com
Phone: 850-222-0000
Fax: 850-222-9059
Website: www.abcflorida.com

ABC is a Commercial & Industrial Construction Trade Association. The association supports free enterprise, lower taxes, reasonable regulation and construction training.
Building Officials Association of Florida, Inc.

705 H West State Road 434
Longwood, FL 32750
Email: boaf1@cfl.rr.com
Phone: 407-265-9009
Fax: 407-831-9875
Website: www.boaf.net

Since it's inception in 1953, the Building Officials Association of Florida (BOAF) has been dedicated to the building code enforcement profession and construction industry. As an organization, it is our goal to foster communication between all groups associated with the construction industry. We believe that by working together we can continue to provide a safer built environment.
Florida AGC Council


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Website: www.agcfloridacouncil.org

Please note that Florida AGC is composed of and governed by three chapters throughout the State of Florida - the Greater Florida Chapter, the East Coast Chapter and the South Florida Chapter. Each chapter provides the training and member services for those AGC members, licensees, and students in their respective area.
Florida Association of Electrical Contractors

108 Jefferson Street
Suite C
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Email: faec@iag.net
Phone: 407-260-1511
Fax: 407-260-5732
Website: faecstate.org

The purpose of the FAEC is to distribute to its members the fullest information obtainable pertaining to business betterment. To engage in a continuing comprehensive public education and information program designed to make the consuming public acutely aware of the benefits, savings, and safety of being advised and served by F.A.E.C. members in their communities. The mission of the FAEC is to promote Professionalism & Life Safety Standards through Education.
Florida Association of Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Contractors

2911 Lakeview Drive
Casselberry, FL 32730
Email: flphcc@flphcc.org
Phone: 407-767-7422
Fax: 407-767-7423
Website: www.flphcc.org

The FAPHCC is an organization that is continuously looking for ways to improve our industry through education and communication. It is one that recognizes that the contributions of its members are the sole success of the organization. It is a partnership of industry contractors, manufacturers, wholesalers and industry affiliate members who commit to providing business management tools for the P-H-C Contractors and other Industry Professionals.
Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects

104 East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Phone: 850-222-7590
Fax: 850.224-8048
Website: www.aiafla.org

Mission statement is "To unite, educate and position architects to lead the shaping of Florida's future."
Florida Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects

P.O. Box 770219
Naples, FL 34107-0219
Email: info@flasla.org
Phone: 407-649-1828 x02
Fax: 407-428-9526
Website: www.flasla.org

The Florida Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (FLASLA) is a non-profit organization operating within a national professional society that represents the landscape architecture profession throughout the United States. The mission of the FLASLA is to lead, to educate and to participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning and artful design of our cultural and natural environments.
Florida Council of NECA Chapters


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NECA is the voice of the electrical contracting industry, working to promote higher standards, quality workmanship and training for a skilled workforce.
Florida Engineering Society

P.O. Box 750
Tallahassee, FL 32302-0750
Contact: Debbie Hall
Email: fes@fleng.org
Phone: 850-224-7121
Fax: 850-222-4349
Website: www.fleng.org

The Florida Engineering Society advances the public welfare and promotes the professional, educational, social and economic interests of the engineering profession. The FES supports engineering education, advocates licensure, promotes the ethical and competent practice of engineering and enhances the image and well-being of all engineers in the state of Florida.
Florida Home Builders Association

P.O. Box 1259
Tallahassee, FL 32302
Email: lrivera@fhba.com
Phone: 850-224-4316
Fax: 850-224-1359
Website: www.fhba.com

The FHBA is a trade organization working to create a positive environment for the construction industry in Florida. The FHBA mission is to empower members through information, education and services.
Florida Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Contractors Association

466 94th Avenue North
St. Petersburg, FL 33702
Email: mail@fracca.org
Phone: 727-576-3225
Fax: 727-578-9982
Website: www.fracca.org

The FRACCA is a not-for-profit association whose aim is to truly represent the HVACR industry in Florida by promoting the interests of industry professionals through legislative advocacy and education/training. The FRACCA mission is to promote the interests of contractors who are engaged in the industry of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration in the state of Florida.
Florida Roofing, Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors Association

4111 Metric Drive
Ste 6
Winter Park, FL 32792
Email: frsa@floridaroof.com
Phone: 407-671-3772 or 1-800-767-3772 ext. 100
Fax: 407-679-0010


The FRSA is an association of roofing, sheet metal and air conditioThe purpose of FRSA is to foster and encourage a high standard of business ethics among members and inform the public of the importance of doing business with competent, ethical and licensed contracting companies.ning contractors and industry-related companies including manufacturers, suppliers, manufacturer's representative, roofing consultants and other providers to these industries.
Florida Section, American Society of Civil Engineers

857 East Park Avenue
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Email: info@fla-asce.org
Phone: 850-224-6500
Fax: 850-224-8337
Website: www.fla-asce.org

Approximate number of members: The Florida Section has a total of 5,500 members. This membership includes: 1,100 life members, 875 student members, 400 fellow members, and 9 Honorary members. The objective of ASCE is the advancement of the science and profession of engineering to enhance the welfare of humanity. The Florida section is divided into four geographic zones with twelve Branches. There are also 10 Student Chapters.
Florida Solar Energy Industries Association

231 West Bay Avenue
Longwood, FL 32750
Contact: Bruce / Julie
Email: Bruce@flseia.org
Phone: 407-339-2010 or 800-426-5899
Fax: 407-260-1582
Website: flseia.org

The Florida Solar Energy Industries Association (FlaSEIA) is a nonprofit professional association of companies involved in the solar energy industry. Members include manufacturers, distributors, contractors, retailers and consultants who provide solar water heating, pool heating and solar electric systems. Research Centers and Utilities also are members.
Florida Swimming Pool Association

2555 Porter Lake Drive
Suite 106
Sarasota, FL 34240
Website: www.fpsaonline.org

Approximate number of members: Comprised of 16 local chapters which includes over 5,300 manufacturers, distributors, retailers, service companies and builders in the pool and spa industry. The FSPA is the largest and broadest pool and spa association in the world. The FSPA is involved in the development of technical standards and education, the promotion of safety, and the advancement of aquatics and swimming for health benefits to Florida citizens and visitors to the state.
Florida Wall & Ceiling Contractors Association

P.O. Box 180458
Casselberry, FL 32718
Email: www.fwcca@iag.net
Phone: 407-260-1313
Fax: 407-260-5732
Website: www.fwcca.org

The Association of Wall and Ceiling Contractors is dedicated to educating and enhancing the quality of construction in Florida. It's purpose is to promote the free enterprise systems with the construction industry in Florida; to promote the full wall and ceiling industry in Florida; to advance honorable relationships between and among businesses in the wall and ceiling industry in Florida; and to take such steps as shall be necessary under the law to encourage, develop, and protect the building industry.
Interior Design Associations Foundation

1855 Griffin Road
Suite B-485
Dania Beach, FL 33004
Email: idafboard@idaf.us
Phone: 954-926-7555
Fax: 954-367-6636
Website: www.idaf.us

The Interior Design Associations Foundation represents the Interior Design profession in Florida. The association mession is to recognize, promote and protect the profession of Interior Design.
Southeast Glass Association

231 West Bay Avenue
Longwood, FL 32750-4125
Email: Bruce@southeastglass.org
Phone: 888-869-7961
Fax: 407-831-5803
Website: www.southeastglass.org

The Southeast Glass Association (SEGA) is the only association in Florida representing the independent glass industry. SEGA is a chapter of the National Glass Association (NGA).
Underground Utility Contractors of Florida, Inc.

231 West Bay Avenue
Longwood, FL 32750-4125
Email: rbkershner@att.net
Phone: 407-830-1880
Fax: 407-260-1582
Website: www.uucf.com

UUCF members are involved in water, sewer, gas, and telephone installations accomplished through open excavation or trenchless technology.
UPSA

5425 Turtle Crossing Loop
Tampa, FL 33625
Email: info@UPSAonline.com
Phone: 813-963-5575
Fax: 813-963-5304
Website: www.upsaonline.com

UPSA was formed in 1984 and now has in excess of 90 member companies, most of which are public/commercial pool builders.