Thursday, July 29 Ι Noon CT
As new guidance on the American Rescue Plan Act is released and Congress continues to debate the Infrastructure Bill, there are increasingly new opportunities for contractors emerging from both. Join Ashley Nader Swain, J.D., and Timothy Smith, J.D., as they highlight the biggest takeaways for contractors.REGISTER NOW
Tuesday, August 3 Ι 1:30 p.m. CT
During this session, HORNE's CMMC-AB Registered Practitioner™ Ralph Smith will walk you through what CMMC is, the distinction between FCI and CUI, the CMMC control groups, and ways to prepare your construction organization to meet this new standard.REGISTER NOW
The ASA InfoHub is your one-stop-shop for managing your ASA membership! In the InfoHub you can update your profile, pay your membership dues, and choose become a sponsor. Log in today to see all of the features available to ASA members!
The InfoHub also includes an incredibly robust library of documents and resources available to ASA Members ONLY! New resources are being added regularly, and we highly encourage all members to take advantage of one of the best parts of your ASA membership. Never used the InfoHub? Now is the time to start!
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All of these documents are incredibly important to all subcontractors. If you aren't using the InfoHub, you are missing out on one of the key benefits of your ASA Membership.
To access the InfoHub, click the "Member Login" button at the top of www.asaonline.com, log in to your account, and then select "Resources" from the menu on the left side of the screen. Once there, use the search bar to locate documents, ASAToday, archives, and much more!
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ASA underwrites the legal costs of filing "friend-of-the-court" briefs to inform the Court regarding the broader impact of relevant cases throughout the country. We have won dozens of these cases since 1997, vindicating subcontractor rights today and into the future!
Each year, courts across the country hand down hundreds of decisions on federal and state laws, as well as court-made or "case"law, that apply to subcontractors' businesses. Many of the decisions impacting subcontractors interpret the contract provisions of subcontract agreements—provisions like pay-if-paid, hold harmless, duty-to-defend, and no-damages-for-delay. Some of these decisions are precedent-setting and carry significance for subcontractors across state lines.
ASA's Subcontractors Legal Defense Fund supports ASA's critical legal activities in precedent-setting cases to protect the interests of all subcontractors. ASA taps the SLDF to fund amicus curiae, or friend-of-the-court," briefs in appellate-level cases that would have a significant impact on subcontractor rights.
ASA is the united voice dedicated to improving the business environment in the construction industry, representing subcontractors before all branches (executive, legislative, judicial) and levels (federal, state, local) of government, to organizations representing other parts of the construction industry, to the news media, and others.
Exchange ideas and knowledge with your peers and other industry leaders.
Access to General Contractors, Owners, as well as other industry influencers.
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ASA of Mississippi offer subcontractor-tailored events and education including Members-only educational resources ranging from model contract language to risk management and marketing tools. We also offer in-person and distance-learning educational events open to members and nonmembers for a fee.
24/7 access to model contracts.
Exclusive discounted offers on many valuable business products & services.
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The Mississippi ASA Board of Directors on or before December 31st of each year accepts nominations from its membership for General Contractors, Architects & Engineers who should be considered as ASA “Partnership Member Firms”. This is an elite group of construction professionals that are NOT subcontractors or supplies and they are not eligible to become ASA Member Firms. This program was established so that the chapter could recognizes those firms that exemplify strong professional working relationships with ASA of Mississippi’s member firms. All “Partnership Member Firms” are discussed and voted on by the chapters Board of Directors.
ASA is proud to announce its 2021 Partnership Program Nominees:
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