ABC Member Resources

Founded on the merit shop philosophy, Associated Builders and Contractors helps its members develop people, win work and deliver that work safely, ethically and profitably for the betterment of the communities in which ABC and its members work. From best-in-class safety programs to discounts with leading vendors, ABC has the solutions for merit-shop companies nationwide.

Here are some of the resources that can help develop your business.

Enjoy Executive Club Benefits

Insurance

The ABC Benefits Group LLC offers a group insurance program as a service to ABC members, existing solely to enable ABC members to purchase competitive, high-quality, group insurance products.

The Trust offers all members the buying power of the largest construction trade association in the state. This means lower overhead expenses, more plan flexibility, expanded administrative services, and the highest level of customer service.

Trust participants have access to a complete portfolio of products and services. 13 benefit designs, in all, across a wide range of deductibles, office visit copay’s and drug cards, all of which meet or exceed Bronze-level coverage.

The Trust works with our exclusive medical providers to continuously review programs, with the goal of providing the most up-to-date products, cost management techniques, and administrative efficiencies. The Trust is governed by a Board of Trustees made up of Presidents, CEOs and Executives from our partners at AIP as well as our own ABC members. It is run exclusively for the benefit of Trust plan participants. The Trust fully complies with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).

Membership Discounts

SAVE MONEY WITH EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNTS FROM ABC’S BUSINESS PARTNERS

ABC members can take advantage of Business Discounts with ABC’s Business Partners.  Employees of member companies can also take advantage of discounts for personal use under the Employee Discounts section.

ABC’s Member Discount Program delivered more than $28 million in member savings in 2015