A proven galvanizing partner with a long history of industry leadership
AZZ has been a member of the American Galvanizing Association since 1991, having earned recognition for excellence in hot-dip galvanizing in a variety of industries and applications including recreation, petrochemical, industrial and agriculture.
Through the AGA, we also develop and present certified continuing education seminars to architects, engineers, detailers, and fabricators. Additional memberships and/or groups we support and participate in:
- American Galvanizing Association
- American Institute of Architects
- American Institute of Steel Constructors
- American Road and Transportation Builders Association
- Bridge Preservation Partnership
- Chemical Coaters Association International
- FEMA (Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association)
- Intermodal Association of North America
- Illinois County Engineers Association
- Indiana Fabricators Association
- Iowa County Engineers Association
- Illinois Road and Transportation Builders Association
- NACE International
- NATM (National Association of Trailer Manufacturers
- NOMMA (National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association)
- NRPA (National Recreation and Parks Association)
- Ohio Steel Fabricators Association
- OSEA (Oklahoma Structural Engineers Association)
- SEAoT (Structural Engineers Association of Texas)
- Short Span Steel Bridge Alliance
- SSPC (Society for Protective Coatings)
- Stadium Managers Association
- Structural Steel Institute
- SWFA (SW Fabricators Association)
- Texas County Engineers Association
AZZ can help you earn credit hours for industry accreditation. Contact us to receive detailed information.
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