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1. Architects Registration Board Architects Registration Board - Protecting the consumer and safeguarding the reputation of architects.

Related Keys ARB, Architects, Registration, Regulation, Board, Statutory Bodies, Consumers, Regulatory Bodies, Architecture, Architectural & Complaints.



2. TICA - ACAD Thermal Insulation Contractors Association & Asbestos Control & Abatement Division & IETA Insulation & Environmental Training Agency.



3. Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) is the qualifying body in architectural technology. For those who wish to study, progress a career or be recognised in the field of architectural technology and for those wishing employ the services of a qualified professional for a building project



4. Builders Merchants Federation (BMF) provides builders merchants with the support and advice needed to run their businesses in a competitive environment.



5. Confederation of Roofing Contractors exists for the purpose of advancing the roofing industry in an ethical and professional manner throughout the British Isles. It is made up of hundreds of contractors, manufacturers and roofing industry professionals.



6. Considerate Constructors Scheme is transforming the public image of construction. This is a world-class industry at the forefront of creative design and innovative construction methods.

Now we are promoting working practices to reflect this - minimising disturbance and disruption caused by noise, dust, additional traffic and pavement congestion. With the better management and presentation of sites comes a new respect from the general public.



7. Constructionline is the UK’s largest register of local and national pre-qualified construction and construction-related services.

It offers commercial gains to the construction industry as a whole by supplying

public and private sector procurers with a single national pre-qualification scheme, improving efficiency and streamlining procedures for all.


8. The Federation of Crafts & Commerce Established in 1983 by business people for business people, the Federation of Crafts and Commerce is a non profit making, non political business association providing a practical support package to its small to medium sized business Members.

Members are typically businesses employing between 1 and 50 staff, and the self employed - the type of enterprise that is very often vulnerable when it comes to finding the time, expertise and money necessary to handle issues such as customers, (including multi national), HM Customs and Excise, the Inland Revenue, employees, government departments, competitors, local government and the general public.



9. The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) FMB On-line - The Federation of Master Builders web site - The UK's leading building trade association.

Related Keys FMB, master builders, building industry, house builders, building, builder, builders, construction, trade association, SMEs, find builders, links, quality builders



10. FPDC - Federation of Plastering and Drywall Contractors FPDC is the independent professional voice of the industry committed to raising quality and performance standards, for the benefit of its members the construction industry and its clients.



11. The Guild Of Master Craftsmen Guild of Master Craftsman Publications is a publisher of over 1,000 books and magazines, as well as The Guild of Master Craftsmen, a trade association safeguarding the interests of craftsmen and the public.



12. Hire Association Europe To represent, promote and enhance the Hire & Rental Industry for the benefit of its members and customers, activities are focused around influencing and improving the environment in which member companies operate. Key activities are legislation, information, business support, training, education, events and winning more customers.



13. National Access & Scaffolding Confederation: NASC the national representative employers organisation for the UK Access and Scaffolding Industry. A leading trade association within the construction industry.



14. The National Federation of Builders The Federation represents over 3,000 medium sized contractors and smaller builders throughout England and Wales.



15. National Federation of Demolition Contractors In it's 60 years of existence since the blitz, the Federation has gone from strength to strength and it is now widely accepted that around 90% of the annual UK demolition workload is carried out by NFDC members.



16. The National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC) is the UK's leading trade association for the roofing industry. Its Mission Statement is 'to promote trade members to gain more work and through this achievement to help Associate members to sell more products and collectively to achieve quality installation.



17. NHBC (National House-Building Council) is the independent regulator and standards setter for the new homes. industry.

Related Keys house building, new homes, home buyers, buildmark, building control



18. The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland was founded in 1916 as the professional body for all chartered architects in Scotland and is the foremost architectural professional institute in the country dealing with architecture and the built environment. It has charitable status and offers a wide range of services and products for architects, students of architecture, construction industry professionals and all those with an interest in the built environment and the design process.



19. Royal Institute of British Architects architecture.com is one of the world's most extensive built environment portals, all courtesy of the Royal Institute of British Architects.



20. Scottish Builders Employers' Federation The Federation came into existence over 100 years ago to promote the Scottish building industry. It now encompasses in excess of 20 Member Associations and is recognized by Unions and Local and National Government as the spokesbody for the building industry in Scotland.




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