Work is defined as the "construction and/or rehabilitation of utility systems including but not limited to, storm sewers, sanitary sewers and drainage, water lines, cables, ducts, conduits, gas lines, tunneling, boring and trenchless construction, treatment systems, pump stations and all other utility construction and appurtenances thereof". Contractors (non-manufacturers) performing only non-utility work such as paving, who have zero utility volume will automatically fall into the lowest contractor category.
Dues amounts are categorized by volume. Your category level is computed upon your firm's gross annual sales and is based on the honor system. To maintain your membership, contractors must become maintain membership with both the local chapter (NUCA of Washington) and the National Chapter (NUCA - national). The dues structure below indicates the amounts for both membership levels. For associate supplier and industry professionals, NUCA membership is optional.
25% of the NUCA of Washington dues is for state and federal lobbying purposes and therefore may not be tax deductible. If you have any questions, please call the NUCA of Washington office.
Contractor Dues Structure (includes annual membership to NUCA of Washington as well as NUCA - national) (For a breakdown of the NUCA dues, please contact the office at (425) 264-1240)
|Less than $2 million||$1,750.00|
|$2 to $5 million||$3,295.00|
|$5 to $10 million||$5,265.00|
|$10 million and above||$6,325.00|
Associate Suppliers Dues Structure
|Less than $1 million||$1,000.00|
|$1 to $3 million||$1,200.00|
|$3 million and above||$1,600.00|
Industry Professionals (Affiliates) Dues Structure
|Attorneys, Banks, Insurance, Engineering, Accounting, Consulting Firms||$1,000.00|
|Educational Institutions||$550.00||Public Agencies||$300.00|