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Union Contractors Benefits (Not 669,692 or 699)
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Contractor membership is open to any firm or corporation which installs, inspects or repairs fire sprinkler systems in the United States. If you are a contractor, you DO NOT qualify for any other category of membership.

Belonging to the NFSA makes you better than your competitor!

 -NFSA's Expert of the Day program handles over 2,000 requests each year, providing technical assistance that saves members money, often enough to pay for a year's dues.

-NFSA's full-time regional operations team advances local causes such as commercial and residential market protection and development, high-rise retrofit and inspection, testing and maintenance enforcement.

-NFSA members save on training and education programs, both online and in the classroom. Our training curriculum sets the technical and enforcement benchmark for the nation.

-NFSA represents the fire sprinkler industry in all model building code arenas and installation standards-making processes.

-NFSA provides its members with the opportunity to represent the fire sprinkler industry on important local, state and national code and standards making committees and NFSA committees.

-NFSA's extensive Chapter network provides members with nationwide peer networking opportunities.

-NFSA members agree to a strict code of ethics, which comes with positive industry recognition and instant creditability.

-NFSA members save money on valuable resource center publications. NFSA's NFPA 25 inspection forms are the industry standard.

-Members often receive referrals through a national database

-NFSA maintains a presence on Capitol Hill where relationships are built with national, state and local fire protection organizations to move public fire protection legislation.

You will also receive subscriptions to:

SQ Magazine
Published six times a year, this four-color magazine is packed with articles, opinions and information from the leading experts in the industry.

TechNotes
Published on Tuesdays when there is no live Technical online seminar, this newsletter keeps members up to date on the changes and proposed changes to the fire sprinkler codes and standards, as well as rapidly developing fire protection technology.

Regional Reports
Every month our regional operations team will keep you informed of the local and national legislation, updates in codes and standards and other fire sprinkler industry updates.

LaborLine

Published three times a year highlighting what is happening in the world of Labor Relations.

President's Report
Published monthly, a personal newsletter from the NFSA President, Russell P. Fleming.


ITM Report
Published quarterly discussing recent topics pertaining to NFPA 25.


Insider Training
Published monthly highlighting upcoming training events.

     


PLUS......Special NFSA member discounts offered with:


   

Note: Fire sprinkler contractors who pay into Local 669 or 692 Industry Promotion Funds are given a credit applied to their NFSA dues based on man-hours worked. That credit equals the difference between what 669 and 692 contractors pay in Industry Promotion Fund contributions per man-hour and what other contractors who work hours in other Locals pay in dues to NFSA by man-hour, resulting in the dues structure for contractors working hours in Locals other than 669 and 692 found at the end of the membership benefits below.

DUES STRUCTURES: 
UNDER $2 MILLION IN REVENUE (FLAT RATE OPTION)
Up to $500,000 in Revenue: $750
$500,001- $1 Million in Revenue: $1,000
$1 Million-$2 Million in Revenue: $2,000
OR MONTHLY OPTION SHOWN BELOW

OVER $2 MILLION IN REVENUE (if you are over $2Mil in Revenue, this is your only option)

Base Monthly Dues
Monthly Work Hours Assessment

Total Hrs Year to Date Per Hour
0-50,000 .11
50,001-500,000 .105
500,001-1,000,000 .085
OVER 1,000,000 .04
Total Hrs Worked Previous Year Base Monthly Dues
0-15,500 $35
15,501-22,501 $45
22,501-30,000 $60
30,001-37,500 $80
37,501-50,000 $100
50,001-65,000 $120
65,501-80,000 $135
80,001-100,000 $155
100,001-125,000 $170
125,001-150,000 $190
OVER 150,000 $200

 

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BASE MONTHLY DUES + MONTHLY WORK HOURS ASSESSMENT=MONTHLY DUES
    

 

 

 

 

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