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Corporate Headquarters

184 Alisa Street

Somerset, PA 15501

800-221-0586

Branch Locations

12655 Route 536
Punxsutawney, PA 15767
800-626-2298

315 Zane Grey Road
Norwich, OH 43767
800-628-4135

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INDUSTRY MEMBERSHIPS

  • Free $50,000 AD&D insurance for each person on the membership

  • Member savings on exhibit space at NGWA Annual NGWA Groundwater Week event

  • Promotion of your business with buyers guide and advertising opportunities

  • Timely industry newsletters and alerts

  • The Pennsylvania Independent Oil Gas Association (PIOGA) represents nearly 500 members, including oil and natural gas producers, drilling contractors, service companies, manufacturers, distributors, professional firms and consultants, pipelines, end users, royalty owners, and others with interests in the success of Pennsylvania’s oil and gas industry.

  • PIOGA member companies drill and operate the majority of the state’s crude oil and natural gas wells, including those targeting the Marcellus and Utica Shale.

  • PIOGA is a member-driven organization that serves as a clearinghouse for our members’ awareness of issues impacting their businesses.

  • Through PIOGA communications, newsletters, e-mails and meetings, the industry becomes aware of proposed changes in regulations early enough to engage the government agencies promoting these changes before they become “carved in stone.”

  • PIOGA staff and committees work with regulators to achieve workable solutions to problems. PIOGA works to inform lawmakers and help develop legislation that is hopefully more meaningful and less onerous for our industry.

  • Complies and distributes (statewide circulation) annual Directory of members

  • Association sends out weekly newsletters / advertising available

  • Provides 'Instant Information' through timely e-mail notices and mailings and OAIMA web site.

  • Sponsors and participates in Ohio's Industrial Minerals & the Environment Teachers Workshops

  • Members experience huge savings by participating in our Worker's Compensation Group Rating Program

  • Safety Seminars

  • Aggregate Technician Workshops

  • A variety of Educational Programs and Tools

  • OAIMA partners with other state and national organizations to improve the industry not only in Ohio, but nationwide.

  • Access to exclusive ADSC "Members Only" educational and training programs

  • Networking with 1,000+ member companies representing over 30,000+ individuals

  • Discounts to the ADSC Technical Library, containing over 270 publications

  • Awareness of industry advancement at the international, national and local levels

  • A subscription and reduced advertising rates in FOUNDATION DRILLING Magazine

  • Specialized training for personnel

  • Collective voice, credibility, advocacy, and representation throughout the industry

  • Vital tools and resources to help you compete in the global marketplace

  • Member-only services:

    • Advocacy and Legislation

    • Market Data

    • Safety and Technical Standards and Developments

    • Industry Dominant Trade Shows

    • Leading-Edge Education

  • Original market research

  • Independent and rigorous analysis

  • Vital connections in construction, agriculture, mining, utility, and forestry

  • Access to trade shows, seminars, and other ways to build your business

  • Ohio Coal Association provides it’s members with a voice in the Ohio General Assembly, the Governor’s office and the U.S Congress and Administration where possible

  • OCA provides regular reports to its members on meetings, legislation etc

  • OCA through its Environmental Committee provides leadership and understanding of the changing rules of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Ohio EPA and the US Army Corp of Engineers.

  • OCA is the face and voice of the Coal Industry of Ohio fielding questions and requests for information to all who inquire

  • OCA maintains the Ohio Coal Webpage and Facebook page.

PACA Associate Members may:

 

  • Submit informational articles and press releases for PACA’s e-newsletter -     The Conveyor. 

  • Provide educational speakers and topics for PACA events. 

  • Participate in special programs like Corporate Sponsorships and New Innovations Marketplace presentations highlighting your latest technology, materials and process improvements. 

  • Receive discounted registration rates to PACA events and certification courses.  Most PACA events are open to eligible member companies only - non-members may not participate. 

  • Have unlimited access to PACA’s team of experts. 

  • Become recognized by industry customers and colleagues as a meeting sponsor or attendee of events. 

  • Post job opportunities on PACA’s website and announce them in PACA’s e-newsletter - The Conveyor. 

  • Proudly display your company’s PACA membership plaque in your office. 

  • Partake in boundless networking opportunities throughout the year with customers and potential customers in the industry. 

  • Gather the latest industry news and information by receiving PACA’s bi-weekly e-newsletter, The Conveyor.

Foundation & Marine Contractors Association

  • To protect, promote, foster, and advance the interest of persons, firms, or corporations engaged in the business of marine, foundation and underground construction for buildings, homes, bridges, or other structures or improvements.

  • To encourage, promote, and enhance marine, foundation, and underground construction and to improve the conditions under which the industry operates

  • To foster ethical business practices

  • To perfect machinery for the peaceful settlement of disputes between  members or between them and their employees or customers

  • To study ways and means to protect the industry against unfair and unjust burdens and exactions

  • To collect and disseminate scientific and industrial data to the industry

  • To promote a better understanding and more friendly relations between members of the industry

  • To promote good understanding and mutually beneficial relations between the members and their employees

The Association keeps its members informed of trends and changes in the industry, as well as being the vehicle for presenting industry’s views to legislators. The same applies to governmental agencies that make rules and adopt policies that affect the aggregate industry. The Association also provides a liaison with State agencies, allied industries, the aggregate industry itself and its individual members.

The Michigan Aggregates Association annual meetings and workshops give the membership an opportunity to become better informed on industry matters. These meetings also give the members an opportunity to discuss common problems and solutions with others in the industry.

DFI is an international association of contractors, engineers, manufacturers, suppliers, academics and owners who come together to find common ground and create a shared vision and a consensus voice for continual advancement in the deep foundations industry.