Joining the ECA is easy. First determine the level and duration of your membership. Membership is available for Affiliates and Contractors. Dues for Contractors are broken into 6 groups, based on your company’s gross income from the previous year. Affiliates are broken up into 2 groups, based on your company’s gross income from the previous year.
To Join ECA membership-application-16-17
|Membership Type||Last Years Gross Volume (*millions)||Annual Dues|
|Affiliate/Consultant 1||Up to $2,500,000||$440.00|
|Affiliate/Consultant 2||Over $2,500,000||$770.00|
|Contractor Group 1||Up to $500,000||$440.00|
|Contractor Group 2||$2,000,000||$570.00|
|Contractor Group 3||$5,000,000||$1,520.00|
|Contractor Group 4||$15,000,000||$2,270.00|
|Contractor Group 5||Over $15,000,000||$4,220.00|
What Our Members Say
Clearly, strength in numbers is critical for firms to be considered when public policy decisions are being discussed that could constrict, change or grow the industry.
Gail Cochran, RCX Inc.
I think if more professional services firms like Pisenti and Brinker participated as associate members, they would see the tremendous value they would receive by being a member of Northern California Engineering Contractors Association.
Jodi Shubin, Pisenti & Brinker LLP
By being a member, you will have opportunities for referrals, networking, and increased visibility that can positively affect their bottom line.
Lacey Torkelson Smith, Wells Fargo Insurance Services