Construction Associations

Acuity is active in 17 leading national and regional construction associations. We provide industry-specific training to all our underwriters, loss control representatives, and claims adjusters, so they can give you the support you need and deserve.


  • Alliance of Construction Trades - AZ
  • American Subcontractors Association 
  • American Subcontractors Association - NM 
  • Associated Builders & Contractors
  • Associated Builders & Contractors - WI
  • Association of General Contractors
  • Association of General Contractors - WI
  • Association of Subcontractors and Affiliates
  • Builders Association
  • Builders Association of the Twin Cities
  • Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA)
  • Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) - IN
  • National Association of Women in Construction
  • National Association of Women in Construction - IN
  • National Roofing Contractors Association 
  • Nevada Contractors Association
  • TEXO

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