Industry Membership

At LafargeHolcim, we are proud to be active members of key industry organizations.

 

Portland Cement Association

The Portland Cement Association (PCA), founded in 1916, is the premier policy, research, education and market intelligence organization serving America’s cement manufacturers. PCA members represent 92 percent of US cement production capacity and have facilities in all 50 states. The Association promotes safety, sustainability, and innovation in all aspects of construction, fosters continuous improvement in cement manufacturing and distribution, and generally promotes economic growth and sound infrastructure investment.

cement.org

 

 
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National Ready Mixed Concrete Association

Founded in 1930, the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association  (NRMCA) is the leading industry advocate. Its mission is to provide exceptional value for its members by responsibly representing and serving the entire ready mixed concrete industry through leadership, promotion, education and partnering to ensure ready mixed concrete is the building material of choice. The association works through state partners on issues of promotion and regulatory input. 

nrmca.org

 

National Sand, Stone and Gravel Association

The National Sand, Stone and Gravel Association (NSSGA) is the leading voice and advocate for the aggregates industry. Its members – stone, sand and gravel producers and the equipment manufacturers and service providers who support them – are responsible for the essential raw materials found in every home, building, road, bridge and public works project and represent more than 90 percent of the crushed stone and 70 percent of the sand and gravel produced annually in the United States. Production of aggregates in the U.S. in 2016 was more than 2.5 billion metric tons at a value of $25.1 billion (USD). The aggregates industry employs approximately 100,000 highly-skilled men and women.

www.nssga.org

 

The American Concrete Pavement Association

 

Founded in 1963, The American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) is the world’s largest trade association that exclusively represents the interests of those involved with the design, construction, and preservation of concrete pavements. ACPA represents these interests at the national level to Congress, FHWA, FAA, national trade associations, and business organizations. ACPA supports research and promotion to improve the quality of concrete pavements and expand their use. ACPA provides engineering expertise, design tools, pavement specifications, construction best practices, and education to members and agencies. ACPA represents nearly 400 member companies and 2,300 individuals across the U.S. and abroad.

www.acpa.org

 

Organization for International Investment

Created more than 25 years ago, the Organization for International Investment (OFII) is a non-profit business association in Washington, D.C., representing the U.S. operations of many of the world's leading global companies, which insource millions of American jobs. OFII works to ensure the United States remains the top location for global investment. As such, OFII advocates for fair, non-discriminatory treatment of foreign-based companies and promotes policies that will encourage them to establish U.S. operations, increase American employment, and boost U.S. economic growth. 

www.OFII.org.

 

 
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The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization working to forge practical solutions to climate change. Its mission is to advance strong policy and action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, promote clean energy, and strengthen resilience to climate impacts. A key objective is a national market-based program to reduce emissions cost-effectively. The association maintains that a sound climate strategy is essential to ensure a strong, sustainable economy.

www.c2es.org

 

Wildlife Habitat Council

Wildlife Habitat Council partners with corporations, fellow conservation organizations, government agencies and community members to empower and recognize wildlife habitat and conservation education programs. Our members are environmental leaders at local, national and global levels, voluntarily managing their lands to support sustainable ecosystems and the communities that surround them. Since 1988, WHC has certified more than 1,000 habitat and education programs worldwide; WHC Conservation Certification programs can be found in 48 states and 18 countries. 

wildlifehc.org          @WildlifeHC on Twitter