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ASA of Baltimore is a Community of Leaders, an organization with a culture of integrity and mutual support of commercial construction subcontractors, suppliers, and professional services providers. Members benefit from stronger business relationships, high-level business education, professional leadership growth, discounts from national industry partners, and advocacy for a fair sharing of risk in the commercial construction industry.

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ASA Connect

First Community Action Meeting on 9/19/23

Community Action meetings strengthen the collective voice of ASA. The agenda for the first Community Action meeting will include: legislative issues and updates industry and …

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Business Articles

Preventing Suicide in the Construction Industry

Male construction workers industry are twice as likely to die by suicide in the general population, and five times more likely to die by suicide …

Business Articles

OSHA Names Top Ten Safety Violations

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration released its annual report of the top safety violations for 2022. Fall Protection Violations Top the List Subcontractors should …

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Business Articles

Reflecting on the Tragic 695 Crash

HONORING THE LIVES LOST AND RENEWING OUR COMMITMENT TO JOBSITE SAFETY​ The devastating 695 crash in Maryland that claimed the lives of six workers has …

Business Articles

School Construction Opportunities in Baltimore County

Baltimore County Secures $80 Million in State grants to propel school construction projects Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski has announced an additional $80 million in …

Business Articles

5 Ways for Construction Companies to Attract the Next Generation of Talent

The construction sector faces a significant labor shortage as workers retire and the number of individuals entering the trades slows. The Associated Builders and Contractors Association …

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