Membership & Associations
Association of Building Inspectors
Florida Association of Building Inspectors,Inc.has promoted professionalism
in the industry through qualifying their members to assure the public's
Applicants to FABI must pass a written examination,have their inspection
report reviewed and show proof of a required number of inspections
in order to qualify for membership.They must also adhere to FABI's
Standards of Practice, Code of Ethics and earn continuing education
credits by attending regular seminars/workshops to maintain their
membership and keep their proficiencies current.
Through its growing membership, FABI maintains an active Ethics
committee to ensure compliance of the Association's ethical,moral
and industry standards.
Building Code Congress International, Inc.
Standard Building Code provides the requirements you need to do
the job right, pass inspections and avoid costly errors and rework.
Adopted for use in virtually all locations in the southeastern U.S.
from Texas to Florida to North Carolina, the Standard Building Code
is a must for designers, installers, and inspectors.
Pest Management Association
The Florida Pest Management Association is a state-wide organization
with its main office located in Orlando, Florida. The Association
was founded in 1945 in Gainesville, Florida as a non-profit trade
association 501(c)6. For over 50 years it has represented the industry
and protected Floridians.
Pest Control Operators Of Florida
CPCO was founded in 1994 by ten pest-control operators. The organizations
was formed to more fairly represent the certified pest-control operator,
who was usually the small or single man operator. The original founders
felt that the Florida Pest-Control Association, at that time, represented
the larger companies. The consensus of the founders was to create
an association focusing on fundamentals no-frills, low dues, simple
operation with basic conventions. The reason for the name Certified
Pest-Control Operators (C.P.C.O.) signified the purpose of the association,
that being to represent the individual certified pest-control operator,
no matter what size business they worked in or owned.
Pest Management Association
Since 1933, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) has
represented specialists in the pest management industry. A non-profit
trade association, NPMA's mission is to support the pest management
industry as protectors of food, health, property and the environment.
NPMA membership includes more than 6,000 national and international
pest management companies commonly known as pest management professionals
(PMPs). The association conducts public education and awareness
activities, represents its members in legislative and regulatory
initiatives, and provides technological training and reference tools
to members on advances within the pest management industry.
Realtor Association of Miami-Dade County
the trade organization of choice for more than 13,000 real state
professionals, the REALTOR® Association of Miami-Dade County
is committed to providing the resources our members need to enhance
their professional excellence and attain their financial goals.
Club of Miami
The Progress Club of Miami is a unique association of leading Miami
business professionals. Our mission is to stimulate and promote
the exchange of business among our members and in the wider business