8 escuelas y organizaciones en Lewisville, WA
The Building Industry Association of Clark County is a trade association representing over 12,000 employees in the construction industry. The BIA serves the interests of all businesses involved in land development and construction.
- 15555 SW Bangy Road. Ste. 301 Lake OswegoOR97035
The HBA has promoted, protected and advanced the building industry since 1942. We provide services, networking opportunities and government representation to builders, developers, remodelers, sub-contractors and other industry professionals
- 147 SE 102nd Avenue PortlandOR97216
Established in 1952, the Oregon Remodelers Association/NARI is the only trade association in Oregon dedicated exclusively to the residential remodeling industry. ORA/NARI is made up of members and local chapters throughout the state of Oregon and Southwest Washington. The Oregon Remodelers Association/NARI membership is comprised of remodeling professionals, including general contractors, specialty contractors, subcontractors, designers, architects, suppliers, vendors, manufacturers, utilities, and professional services. Our members are interested in promoting common business interests and improving the home improvement and commercial remodeling industry through various means such as education and networking. ORA is a chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). NARI provides benefits at the national level such as education, certification, website promotion, events, and publications. Mission The Oregon Remodelers Association's Mission is to enhance the ability of member firms to succeed financially, improve the image of the remodeling industry, provide opportunities to facilitate a unified voice and implement education and networking opportunities for member firms.
We are a group of dynamic and talented design professionals committed to serving our clients and the communities we live in. For over 35 years, the Interior Design Society has been a rich source of networking, continuing education, and stewardship in the design community. Our Portland, Oregon chapter was founded in September 2008 to bring like-minded independent design professionals, & the vendors we rely on, together in one organization. It is obvious in all we do, that our members talent, cooperation, and enthusiasm is unmatched in any design organization in Portland.
ASID is a community of people driven by a common love for design and committed to the belief that interior design, as a service to people, is a powerful, multi-faceted profession that can positively change people's lives. Through education, knowledge sharing, advocacy, community building and outreach, the Society strives to advance the interior design profession and, in the process, to demonstrate and celebrate the power of design to positively change people's lives. Its more than 30,000 members engage in a variety of professional programs and activities through a network of 48 chapters throughout the United States and Canada. Founded in 1975, the American Society of Interior Designers is the largest and leading professional organization for interior designers. The Society celebrates its 35th anniversary in 2010, but the rich, vibrant history of the organization goes back further--much further--to the founding of its predecessor organizations, the American Institute of Interior Designers (AID) and the National Society of Interior Designers (NSID). ASID inspires and enriches its members by promoting the value of interior design, while providing indispensable knowledge and experiences that build relationships. The Society's practicing interior designers work in all areas of both commercial and residential design. Professional members of ASID must pass rigorous acceptance standards: They must have a combination of accredited design education and/or full-time work experience and pass a two-day accreditation examination administered by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ). ASID Industry Partners include more than 2,700 member firms with some 7,500 individual representatives, uniting the professional designer with manufacturers of design-related products and services. The Society's membership also includes more than 10,500 students of interior design. ASID has student chapters at colleges, universities and design schools with 2-year and 4-year programs throughout the U.S. and "virtual" chapters through Rhodec International and The Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online.
The Evergreen Building Products Association (EBPA) is a non-profit building products trade association that promotes US building materials and design services internationally. The association achieves this through trade missions, individual consultations with members, networking assistance, in-bound buyers' trips, and seminars held in the US and overseas. EBPA is made up of businesses, government agencies, universities, and trade associations who are interested in promoting western-style construction, US building products, and related services in international markets.