IF YOU ARE INVOLVED IN CONSTRUCTION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, CFMA IS FOR YOU!
The Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) is the only professional association dedicated to providing the critical resources required by construction financial managers. Unlike other financial or industry associations, CFMA focuses exclusively on the full range of responsibilities faced by today’s construction manager. Our Members include General Contractors, Specialty Contractors, Subcontractors, Engineering Firms, Material Suppliers, CPA Firms, Sureties, Insurance Underwriters, Banks, Attorneys, Software Suppliers, Professional Outsourcing Companies, and many more that will provide you with opportunities for growth and success.
Here are just some of the benefits you will receive from membership:
Develop new and rewarding alliances with your peers and industry support services.
Receive the best and latest industry-related technical and management information.
Improve your job performance and enhance your company
Maximize your company’s profitability and maintain your competitive edge.
By joining a committee or accepting an invitation to serve on the Board of Directors, you will be given a unique opportunity to hone your leadership skills by working with some of the most talented Construction Financial Professionals in the industry
Attend a member orientation session and learn how to maximize your membership in the CONSTRUCTION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION!
CFMA is an individual membership organization. Company memberships are currently not available.
The CFMA Membership year runs from April 1 to March 31 of the following year. Dues are prorated and based upon annual rates in effect at the time of application. Chapter dues, if applicable, are also prorated as described above, and are in addition to any national dues assessed. Dues are to be remitted with your initial application. CFMA does not invoice for initial membership dues. Contact CFMA with any questions on dues.
There are 2 primary CFMA membership categories which are listed below.
CFMA General Members represent all types of contractors, including generals and subcontractors as well as developers, construction managers, architects, engineers, principals and material and equipment suppliers.
CFMA Associate Members are those serving the construction industry, such as public accountants, sureties, bankers, insurance agents/brokers and carrier’s consultants and other service providers.