"As the third generation to be a member of the Building Congress, I have found it be an excellent voice for the entire industry. It has enabled us to impact industry issues and strengthen our relationships with Owners, General Contractors, Architects and Engineers."
Anthony E. Mann, President,
E-J Electric Installation Co.
Member Since 1921
"The Building Congress is the only organization in New York City that brings together the entire building community to address infrastructure investment and economic development in our region. I value the personal interaction with key industry stakeholders and the industry-specific research produced by the Building Congress is one of the factors that helps set our firm's strategy and provides the hard facts for our advocacy."
Raymond P. Daddazio, President and CEO
Weidlinger Associates, Inc.
Member since 1969
"Based on my public and private sector experience, the New York Building Congress is the preeminent association representing the common interests of the building community in New York City. Its balanced and broad perspective has earned the respect of government leaders, making the Building Congress a powerful and effective advocate for our industry. What's more, the Building Congress provides numerous networking opportunities, forums for discussion with key public officials, and timely, reliable industry information. As a Charter member, we at STV are proud of the growing influence and prestige the Building Congress has achieved, and we look forward to our continued involvement for another 90 years."
Milo E. Riverso, President & Chief Executive Officer
Member since 1921
"As a university that prides itself on being "in and of the city" NYU benefits enormously from its membership in the New York Building Congress. NYBC offers us yet another way to connect with this great metropolis and contribute to it. from its superb research and analysis to its advocacy work to its networking forums, the Building Congress brings together the builders of knowledge with the builders of the physical landscape and infrastructure that makes knowledge possible."
L ynne P. Brown
Senior Vice President for University Relations
New York University
Member since 2010