Welcome to Connecticut Building Congress

The Connecticut Building Congress (CBC) was formed in 1952 by prominent leaders of the construction industry. See our list of prestigious CBC Past Presidents. Now, more than 60 years later, the Congress is Connecticut's premier networking organization encompassing owners, engineers, architects, attorneys, general contractors, developers, cost consultants, subcontractors, suppliers, testing laboratories, etc.

Join Connecticut Building CongressWe hope you will consider joining CBC. Our monthly dinner meetings with informative speakers give you the opportunity to discuss your mutual interests and business challenges in an informal social atmosphere with other members. Our Industry Practices Committee works to propose solutions to the problems facing all of us. CBC is particularly proud of its Scholarship Fund for young people in Connecticut who wish to pursue a higher education related to the building industry.

CBC Membership Brochure

Becoming a member of the Connecticut Building Congress means you will have access to information and people that could be vital to your business. It also means becoming part of a prestigious team-the Construction Industry team.

CBC is an active organization with representatives from every facet of the building industry-architects, engineers, owners, attorneys, bankers, contractors, developers, consultants, and suppliers-meeting monthly with keynote speakers in an informal atmosphere to discuss mutual interests, share business information and leads, and learn about events that shape our industry.

See who you can meet by joining CBC:

CBC Firm Members

CBC Individual Members


 Membership Categories

Association
Any association whose welfare depends wholly or partly on the construction industry. Entitled to one vote.

Government
Federal, state, county, or municipality officials or staff connected with a public construction work in Connecticut. Membership rights are granted to a single individual to represent him/herself alone. Entitled to one vote.

Individual
For individuals who are retired, in-between engagements and/or a full-time student in a field related to the construction industry. Entitled to one vote.

Small Firm* (1-9 staff)
Any corporation, company or partnership of good reputation engaged in or connected with the building and construction industry. Entitled to one vote.

Medium Firm* (10-25 staff)
Any corporation, companyor partnership of good reputation engaged in or connected with the building and construction industry. Entitled to one vote.

Large Firm* (26 or more staff)
Any corporation, companyor partnership of good reputation engaged in or connected with the building and construction industry. Entitled to one vote.

(*Firm size is based on the number of employees resident in and/or actively serving Connecticut.)  

 

Member Benefits

● Identification as a CBC Member at networking events and educational programs, providing enhanced access to key decision-makers for both firm and professional development

● Opportunity to work with industry professionals on CBC committees and to serve in a leadership role on the board of directors

● Discounted registration fees to our insightful monthly programs

● Preferred rates for Project Team Award entries

● Favored Sponsorship rates

● Special exposure to potential AEC interns and recent graduates of our strategic alliance colleges and universities, such as Central Connecticut State University and Capital Community College

● Representation at the State of Connecticut Construction Services Division Industry Advisory Council

● Advance notice of advertising and sponsorship opportunities

● Outreach to other industry associations and the community

Industry Influence

CBC’s Industry Practice Committee (IPC) is a diverse group of AEC leaders who discuss industry issues to improve efficiencies and establish best practices. Reports and white papers, including the Connecticut Construction Guidelines: The Manual for Successful Building Projects, are made available to CBC members and key constituencies.

CBC, through its Member representatives, is active on the State of Connecticut Construction Services Division Industry Advisory Council (IAC). CBC serves alongside state agency leaders and related professional organizations to improve and streamline work provided by the industry on state projects. CBC Members have access to our Representatives or may be eligible to represent CBC on the IAC.

CBC’s Annual Project Team Awards program promotes and celebrates project team efforts throughout Connecticut, highlighting excellence in public and private construction projects completed over the past year.

Community Outreach

Each year, CBC awards scholarships to deserving high school seniors who represent the future of our industry. The CBC Scholarship Fund grants scholarships of up to $2,000 per year to college students studying in areas of benefit to the construction industry, including architecture, engineering, construction management, and construction technology.

Special CBC events such as the annual Robert J. LeFloch Memorial Golf Outing in the Fall help fund these scholarships.


Contact CBC

Connecticut Building Congress, Inc.
P. O. Box 107
Rocky Hill, CT 06067-0107

Phone: (860) 228-0163

 

Theresa Casey, FSMPS, CPSM, Executive Director at cbc@cbc-ct.org, (860) 228-0163
Grace DelStritto, Administrative Assistant, cbcadmin@cbc-ct.org, (203) 934-4831 

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR 2018 - 2019 ANNUAL ANCHOR SPONSORS!

       
     
 
   

 

Connecticut Building Congress, Inc. P. O. Box 107 | Rocky Hill, CT 06067-0107

Theresa Casey, FSMPS, CPSM, Executive Director, On Target Marketing & Communications, (860) 228-0163 or cbc@cbc-ct.org
Grace DelStritto, Administrative Assistant, (203) 934-4831 or cbcadmin@cbc-ct.org 
Lucia Visconti, Intern

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