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Suburban Steel Supply has a strong history of award-winning service and safety coupled with an active role within our professional industries.
Suburban Steel Supply is also active within our professional industries. We are proud of our active affiliation with the following trade associations:
NOMMA is the trade association of the ornamental and miscellaneous metalworking industry. Founded in 1958, NOMMA’s 1,000-plus members fabricate everything from beautiful railings and driveway gates to structural and industrial products. Visit www.nomma.org.
AISC is a not-for-profit technical institute and trade association established in 1921 to serve the structural steel design community and construction industry in the United States. AISC’s mission is to make structural steel the material of choice by being the leader in structural-steel-related technical and market-building activities. Visit www.aisc.org.
OSA provides its members with a variety of resources that offer added value including a wide-range of educational programs and services. The association monitors legislation that may impact steel businesses and shares key developments with its members. Visit www.ohiosteelassn.org.
The Building Industry Association of Central Ohio represents single and multiple family home builders, developers and remodelers in the area. Other members include subcontractors, suppliers and service professionals. Founded in 1943, its primary services include legislative and regulatory representation, development of favorable public perceptions of the industry, promotion of business standards, and support of home ownership. Visit www.biahomebuilders.com.
Founded in 1892 in Columbus, the Builders Exchange of Central Ohio (BX) has nearly 1,100 member firms, representing the entire spectrum of the industry. Members include architects, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and manufacturers, along with related professionals such as attorneys, insurance and bonding agents, bankers, accountants and computer specialists. Visit www.bx.org.
Founded in 1946, the Home Builders Association of Louisville serves and promotes its members of the housing industry in the Greater Louisville area. Visit www.hbal.com.
At 1,100 members strong, including more than 400 builder members, The Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis today exists so that members of the residential construction industry and related businesses can conduct their business efficiently and ethically to provide the community with reliable, safe, affordable residential construction accomplished by competent professionals in the industry. The charter jurisdiction of BAGI includes Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Morgan and Shelby counties. Visit www.bagi.com.
The Home Builders Association of Dayton and the Miami Valley (HBA) is the voice of the home building industry in our region and one of its most respected membership organizations. The HBA is comprised of nearly 1,000 member firms, each of which is dedicated to the proposition that home ownership should be within the reach of every American family. Visit www.newhomesofdayton.com.