Our online member access allows you to view bid opportunities from prime contractors,subcontractors and local entities on upcoming construction projects.
Networking and Camaraderie
WCA holds two special events and monthly luncheons throughout the year that provide a wonderful opportunity to interact with other business owners and women owned businesses in the industry.
Industry related events are posted on the member section of our website which allows you to participate in events that provide valuable information for you and your business. The WCA also participates in local Construction Expos throughout the year. As a member you have opportunities to participate in these construction expos at no cost by being a WCA booth volunteer.
WCA stays on top of legislative issues affecting the industry and women owned businesses with our Governmental Affairs committees. The goal is to keep members informed.
Our monthly luncheons are known for bringing quality and informative speakers to our members providing them with valuable information specific to the construction industry and the small business owner. We also offer educational programs and/or trainings at little to no cost for our members.
The WCA is a dynamic organization created by and especially for women. Members are owners and decision-making executives within or ancillary to the construction industry. Our members include general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and service related firms representing every aspect and element of the construction business. We welcome your experience and expertise, as we work together to build this vital network
Contractor members are those women who are owners of or in a policy-making position within a construction or construction related company. This membership level is for any company operating with the capacity to construct, build or repair any facet of a structure.
Associate members are affiliated with a company that provides services to the construction industry and are interested in assisting the WCA with achieving their goals. This membership level is for companies that provide services, supplies and other forms of expertise to contractors in the construction industry.
Junior members are full-time high school or college students interested in pursuing a career in the construction industry. This membership level is for young women interested in learning how they can apply their skills and knowledge to a career in construction through mentoring, continuing education and networking.