USGBC is a non-profit composed of leaders from every sector of the building industry working to promote buildings that are environmentally responsible, profitable and healthy places to live and work. Its more than 11,000 member organizations and network of 75 regional chapters are united to advance the mission of transforming the building industry to sustainability. USGBC’s core purpose is to transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life.
Official ADA Educational Sponsor
SEGD Green Committee Member
SEGD is an international non-profit educational organization providing resources for design specialists in the field of environmental graphic design, architecture, and landscape, interior, and industrial design. SEGD members are leading designers of directional and attraction sign systems, destination graphics, identity programs, exhibits, and themed environments.
ASI is a contributor and lead sponsor for the SEGD Green Resource Guide website. This website provides green audit information as well as case studies, environmentally preferable resources, a sustainability-focused bibliography, a glossary of green terms and related web links.
Corporate Sustaining Member
IFMA is the largest and most widely recognized professional association for facility management, supporting approximately 18,000 members. The association's members are represented in 125 chapters, 16 councils and one Special Interest Group (SIG), in 56 countries worldwide.
Founded in 1944, The International Sign Association is an organization comprised of manufacturers, users and suppliers of on-premise signs and sign products from the 50 U.S. states and 54 additional countries. ISA exists to support, promote and improve the sign industry through a number of programs and services, including government advocacy, education and training programs, technical resources, communications outreach and industry events.
The AIA plays an active role in the continuing education of its members by providing valued opportunities to maximize their professional skills through effective learning partnerships with firms, continuing education providers and all AIA components. As a continuing education provider, ASI offers several classes that count toward Health, Safety and Welfare credit hours. We even offer a class that counts toward the sustainable design requirement. Contact us today to schedule a lunch & learn session.
AIA Provider Number: J241
Learning Unit: 1 hour HSW
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