American Institute of Constructors

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American Institute of Constructors
AbbreviationAIC
Founded atOklahoma
TypeProfessional association
Legal status501(c)(6)
PurposeAdvancement of professionalism and ethics in the Construction industry
Region
USA
FieldsConstruction, Construction Management, Engineering, Education
Official language
English
President
Brian Holley, CPC
Vice President
Brad Monson, CPC
Treasurer
Mark Hall, CPC
Secretary
Scott Cuthbertson, CPC
Dennis Bausman, Greg Carender, Mark D. Hall, Bradley Monson, Joseph A. Rietman, Terry Foster, Joe Burgett, Ihab Saad, James Hogan, Saeed Goodman, Jason Lucas, Scott Cuthbertson, Jim Nissen, Chris Clifford,
Key people
Tanya Matthews, David Fleming, Andy Wasiniak, Mark Giorgi, Paul Mattingly, Joe Sapp
Main organ
The American Professional Constructor
SubsidiariesConstructor Certification Commission
Budget
$650,000
Websitewww.professionalconstructor.org

The American Institute of Constructors (AIC), is a not-for-profit 501(c)(6)[1] non-governmental professional association founded in 1971. Individuals involved in the AIC are typically found in the construction management Industry.

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  1. ^ "American Institute of Constructors Inc - GuideStar Profile". www.guidestar.org. Retrieved 2017-04-09.

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