Sofco Erectors participates in these industry associations:
ACI - Allied Construction Industries
Founded in 1929, ACI serves the commercial construction industry in Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana. Its 500+ member companies include general contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, material suppliers, and service providers -both open shop and union.
AGC - Associated General Contractors
The Associated General Contractors of America, the voice of the construction industry, is an organization of qualified construction contractors and industry related companies dedicated to skill, integrity, and responsibility. Operating in partnership with its Chapters, the association provides a full range of services satisfying the needs and concerns of its members, thereby improving the quality of construction and protecting the public interest. Founded in 1918 after a request by President Woodrow Wilson, the AGC is the nation's largest and oldest construction trade association.
Coalition for Construction Safety (CCS)
The CCS Certification Program is a not-for-profit coalition of construction industry leaders devoted to worker and construction site safety. Members include construction consumers, contractors, design professionals, suppliers and affiliated industries and individuals who collaborate in achieving the primary goal of CCS - to succeed in achieving zero injury on jobsites in Central Indiana.
IMPACT Safety Insurance Program
IMPACT is a partnership designed to provide a forum for Ironworkers and contractors to address mutual concerns and encourage reasonable balanced solutions. The IMPACT Regional Advisory Boards extend this approach, creating a national network, which promotes discussion of issues affecting the industry as a whole and enables the creation of effective strategies for resolving concerns to create opportunities for the ironworking industry. Our primary mission is to expand job opportunities through progressive and innovative cooperative programs.
Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation: Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) Advanced level
Ohio BWC Drug Free Safety Program (DFSP) is BWC's voluntary safety program developed to address workplace use and misuse of alcohol and other drugs. It's designed to help state-fund employers more effectively prevent on-the-job injuries and illnesses by integrating drug-free efforts into their overall workplace safety program. DFSP can help employers achieve both long-range safety and cost-saving benefits.
Ohio Association of Ironworkers Employers
Founded in 2018, The Ohio Association of Ironworkers Employers, facilitates the negotiations of the collective bargaining agreements between employers and the Ironworker local unions in Ohio. OAOIE is an organization of qualified employers dedicated to skill, integrity, and responsibility.