From its humble origin as one of humanity’s basic needs, shelter today is where we live, work, and even play. To thrive in the modern world, our families and communities need buildings that are safe, efficient, and resilient. That’s why we’re here. Since 1998, the Building Commissioning Association (BCxA) has been dedicated to raising awareness of building commissioning and empowering commissioning providers to make our shared built environment the best it can be.
As an international nonprofit organization, the BCxA is a strong and dedicated advocate for more than 1,200 members of the commercial building industry, helping them ensure that our new and existing buildings have the best possible risk management, quality assurance, and resiliency. We’re proud to advance best practices, offer a broad range of education and training opportunities, play a leading role in shaping industry policies and standards, and promote the benefits of building commissioning to achieve buildings that work.
Our members are the heart and soul of the BCxA, and we’ve created a close-knit, collaborative environment where commissioning professionals at every career stage can expand their networks, learn from each other, and advance toward their goals. With several membership levels available, you’re sure to find an option that delivers great value and meets your specific needs.
Here are just a few of the benefits you’ll enjoy:
The latest news on industry best practices • Updated documents, tools, and resources • Free monthly live presentations on a wide variety of specific commissioning issues
Discounts on online and in-person BCxA University courses, training, and webinars • Special member price for commissioning certifications, publications, job postings, and more • Discounted tickets to the BCxA annual conference
Chapter membership to connect you with the members, activities, and discounted events in your area • Presence in the BCxA online directory • Free job postings and advertisements for your business
Help the BCxA build their database of local, national, and international building codes and standards by submitting your local and regional information using the survey linked below.
You can register for the full conference and watch all 25 recorded sessions or create a customized agenda by registering for single sessions.
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