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Carpentry and Construction: Web Resources

Professional Organization Websites

Associated General Contractors of America

AGC provides a full range of services satisfying the needs and concerns of its members, thereby improving the quality of construction and protecting the public interest.

National Association of Home Builders

The National Association of Home Builders represents the largest network of craftsmen, innovators and problem solvers dedicated to building and enriching communities.

American Institute of Contractors

Since 1971 AIC has been dedicated to promoting the professional development and recognition of those involved in the management of the construction process.

American Subcontractors Association

“American Subcontractors Association promotes the rights and interests of subcontractors, specialty contractors and suppliers by building strength in community through education, advocacy, networking and professional growth"

Cabinetmakers Association

Serves small to medium woodworking shops in the USA and Canada. Offers ongoing opportunities for career growth through online forums, member events, seminars, and industry publications.

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America

Building trades union provides education and training. Includes training videos.

Internet Resources

Improving Your Home: A Beginner's Guide to Woodworking

 A collection of all types of information for a beginning woodworker.

A clearinghouse for information on woodworking for woodworkers, it includes woodworking websites, forums, blogs and other online resources.

Georgia Construction Codes

Current mandatory and permissive Georgia building codes

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