Specialty Contractors: Firms that employ labor on job sites and perform work for GCs. Associate members will be required to pay dues based upon volume of work performed in Iowa and Rock Island county, Illinois:
Specialty Contractor I - Members employing labor on construction jobsites whose annual volume is between $0 - $1,000,000 - Dues: $545/calendar year
Specialty Contractor II - Members employing labor on construction jobsites whose annual volume is between $1,000,001 - $5,000,000 - Dues: $705/calendar year
Specialty Contractor III - Members employing labor on construction jobsites whose annual volume exceeds $5,000,000 - Dues: $1,125/calendar year
Service Providers/Suppliers: Available to firms who do not employ labor on the job site but who provide a good or service, including educational services to the construction industry. - Dues: $545/calendar year
Use the fields below to list other branch offices for your company, if applicable.
Please list the main MBI contact for your company. This individual will receive all important updates and dues information. You will have the opportunity to list additional company contacts during the follow-up process.
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(Firms you’ve done business with - preferably MBI members. At least two required.)
Members of the Master Builders of Iowa are automatically members of AGC of America. This firm agrees: to accept the obligations as well as privileges of membership; that it will be governed by the Articles of Incorporationand Bylaws, Rules & Regulations and fee schedule of The Associated General Contractors of America, Inc. and the Master Builders of Iowa. I consent for my company to receive communications sent by or on behalf of MBI via mail, e-mail, or phone.
By checking the box below, I verify that I am authorized on behalf of my company to submit this electronic application to join Master Builders of Iowa.
After submitting this application, you will receive correspondence from Micah Loveless, MBI’s Director of Sales & Programming, about next steps in becoming an MBI member.
Your membership dues to MBI are deductible expenses for federal income tax purposes as ordinary and necessary business expense according to IRS Code Section 162(e).