Gain additional post-frame, pole-barn, and deck-building insights through the industry organizations below. They offer further resources for anyone looking to build better, build stronger, and build to last.
The non-profit NFBA promotes and advances the interests of the post-frame industry and its members. It is the only national trade association representing post-frame industry professionals, including builders, suppliers, manufacturers, building material dealers, code and design professionals, and structural engineers.
Consisting of builders, affiliates, and suppliers, the WFBA supports the wood construction business. Its members believe in producing properly designed structures that are functional, sturdy, and attractive. The WFBA supplies materials and frame building construction to Wisconsin consumers.
The BFBA is dedicated to the needs and concerns of the post-frame construction industry. Representing builders, suppliers, code and design officials, and lumber and building materials dealers, the BFBA provides its members news, industry contacts, and technology updates. It also acts as an industry voice in legislative and code affairs.
NADRA provides professional development, promotion, growth, and sustenance of the deck and railing building industry in North America. Its members are deck builders, inspectors, manufacturers, dealers and distributors, lumberyards, wholesalers, retailers, and service providers working together to benefit the industry.
Established in 1994, the ICC is an international association of building safety professionals dedicated to creating safe, affordable, and sustainable buildings and communities. It is the trusted source of model codes and standards establishing the baseline for building safety globally and creating a level playing field for builders and manufacturers.
LBM Advantage is a member-owned buying cooperative for the lumber and building materials industry. With a focus on service, transparency, and flexibility, LBM Advantage works to create a competitive advantage for its 500-plus members by leveraging their collective purchasing power.
LMC is a forest products and building materials buying group made up of more than 390 members in more than 1,400 locations in all 50 states and the Bahamas. It is a resource for market intelligence, competitive pricing, access to new products, and business tools.
Comprised of more than 200 international, state, and local chapters, the AIA works to create more valuable, healthy, secure, and sustainable buildings, neighborhoods, and communities. The organization advocates for the value of architecture and provides architects resources to do their best work.