7 Philomont, VA Schools, Organisations and Associations
The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI), is the North American trade association representing the interlocking concrete paving industry. ICPI is the leader in development and dissemination of technical information and engages in a broad range of technical, marketing, educational, government relations and communications activities. Membership consists of concrete paver manufacturers, design professionals, installation contractors and suppliers. ICPI offers a variety of services to its members through its library of technical publications, online design idea galleries, paver installer certification programs and the industry's only dedicated magazine, Interlock Design. VISION As the voice of the segmental pavement industry, ICPI advances segmental pavement systems as the preferred choice for sustainable and environmentally friendly pavements in North America. MISSION To increase awareness, acceptance and use of segmental concrete pavement systems in North America. Design and Construction Resources Interlocking concrete pavements and permeable interlocking concrete pavements offer lower initial and life cycle costs and provide environmentally sustainable solutions. ICPI provides resources on design, construction, and maintenance that include technical bulletins, guide construction specifications, detail drawings, design manuals and software at <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.icpi.org/design">http://www.icpi.org/design</a>. Contractor Education and Training ICPI provides education and resources that advances the segmental concrete pavement industry. Through ICPI’s Installer Development Program, installers demonstrate their commitment to advancement through education, industry guidelines and greater efficiency. Learn more at <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.icpi.org/education">http://www.icpi.org/education</a>. Hardscape North America (HNA) HNA is THE Hardscape Show for Contractors and Distributors! Indoor/outdoor exhibits display state-of-the-art tools, products, services and the latest equipment for the hardscape industry. Seminars and certifications are led by some of the top industry speakers in North America. Learn more at <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.hardscapena.com/hna/">http://www.hardscapena.com/hna/</a>. Consumer Inspiration and Guidance ICPI offers design ideas and education on important design considerations. We also provide free installation and planning guides, and educate homeowners in choosing an installer, asking the right questions, and what to expect during your segmental pavement project. Learn more at <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.icpi.org/homeowner">http://www.icpi.org/homeowner</a>.
- PO Box 3548 ManassasVA2010850501
There is so much to consider when starting on a Remodeling project. A NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) Certified Remodeler gives you peace of mind that you are working with a licensed, insured, and experienced Remodeler who can help you create just the space you want to make your home your sanctuary. Our NARI Remodelers earn some of the most prestigious Awards and recognition each year, for projects of all sizes. Together with your NARI Remodeler you can, with complete confidence, know that you are working with a professional who understands the challenges and rewards of remodeling projects.
- 12500 Fair Lakes Circle Suite 200FairfaxVA22033
The National Association of Landscape Professionals represents an industry that employs nearly 1 million landscape, lawn care, irrigation and tree care professionals who create and maintain healthy green spaces for the benefit of families, communities and the environment. NALP offers education, networking, training and certification programs that increase the professionalism in the industry and inspire its members to excellence. Visit www.LandscapeProfessionals.org for more information about NALP. The photos shared here, all NALP Grand Award recipients, offer a small snapshot of the thousands of inspirational projects professionals perform annually that bring homeowners dreams to reality. Find a landscape professional for your needs at www.LoveYourLandscape.org.
- 19465 Deerfield Avenue Suite 306LeesburgVA20176
The Composite Panel Association (CPA), founded in 1960, represents the North American composite panel industry on technical, regulatory, quality assurance and product acceptance issues. CPA General Members include 30 of the leading manufacturers of particleboard, medium density fiberboard and hardboard. Together they represent more than 92% of the total manufacturing capacity in US, Canada and Mexico. Associate Members include manufacturers of decorative surfaces, furniture, cabinets, and doors and mouldings, as well as laminators, distributors and equipment suppliers. CPA brings together the complete value chain affiliated with the composite panel industry and its members are committed to product advancement and industry competitiveness. CPA is a vital resource for both producers and users of industry products. As an accredited standards developer, CPA writes and publishes industry product standards. It also participates in the standards development work of ANSI, ASTM and others, sponsors product acceptance activities and works with government agencies and model building code bodies. CPA also conducts product testing and third-party certification programs, including the Eco-Certified CompositeTM (ECC) Standard -- a voluntary industry standard developed by CPA for composite wood panels made with particleboard, MDF, hardboard, and engineered wood siding and trim. Outreach and education are also focal points of the CPA. The Association publishes industry performance data, produces a series of technical bulletins and develops publications to inform key audiences about the attributes of industry products.
The Frederick County Building Industry Association (FCBIA) was established in 1959 as a local affiliate of the National Association of Home Builders to represent the building industry and to promote housing opportunities for those who live in the County or are planning to move here. If you are looking to buy or build a new home or to remodel your existing home, FCBIA can help. Our members offer a wide range of professional services to assist you with your housing needs. As a professional trade association, FCBIA offers a wide range of services to meet the business needs of builders, remodelers, specialty contractors, suppliers and other professionals active in the building industry. In addition, FCBIA maintains a strong presence in the Frederick community through its involvement with local governments as well as with other business and service organizations. We invite you to tour our web site to familiarize yourself with many of the benefits that FCBIA provides its members and would welcome the opportunity to serve your company as a proud member of our association.
- 13750 Sunrise Valley Drive HerndonVA20171
The National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) is the national trade association representing the producers and suppliers of concrete masonry products, including concrete block, manufactured stone veneer, segmental retaining walls and articulating concrete block. The Association's mission, through nearly a century of advocacy, remains to advance, protect and promote the common interests of its members. Through leadership, promotion, education, research, government relations and partnering, NCMA ensures that members’ products are the building materials of choice.
- 3684 Centerview Drive Suite 110BChantillyVA20151
The Northern Virginia Building Industry Association is committed to serving the housing industry in the Northern Virginia area. NVBIA was formed to create an economic and political climate within which the building industry is able to effectively meet the demand for affordable, attractive, safe, well-planned and environmentally sensitive residential and business communities. Founded in 1936 by eight Arlington County Builders. Today, the NVBIA has expanded its membership and is now composed of five chapters: Fauquier, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William and Urban, which represents Arlington and Alexandria.