Wheeling, IL Schools and Organizations
DESIGNS FOR DIGNITY IS A 501(C)3 CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION PROVIDING PRO BONO DESIGN SERVICES TO NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS IN NEED. WE ENGAGE THE DESIGN/BUILD COMMUNITY TO GIVE TIME, MATERIALS AND RESOURCES TO TRANSFORM SPACES INTO ENVIRONMENTS THAT TRANSFORM LIVES.
- PO Box 4250 Des PlainesIL6001650506
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) is the only independent not-for-profit trade association dedicated to the remodeling industry with more than 50 years of industry experience. NARI represents professional remodeling contractors, product manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, trade publications, utilities and lending institutions. NARI is committed to enhancing the professionalism of the remodeling industry and serving as an ally to homeowners. Mission To advance and promote the remodeling industry's professionalism, product and vital public purpose. NARI's Code of Ethics Each member of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry is pledged to observe high standards of honesty, integrity and responsibility in the conduct of business. Visit <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.nari.org/about/ethics/">http://www.nari.org/about/ethics/</a> to see the complete list of standards NARI members live by. NARI connects the remodel-ready homeowner with ethical remodeling contractors who are committed to continued education and professionalism in the remodeling industry. For more information or to locate a NARI professional in your area visit <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="https://www.nari.org/search/address/">https://www.nari.org/search/address/</a>, call (847) 298-9200 or e-mail email@example.com. Consumer resources from NARI NARI strives to educate and arm homeowners with resources needed to ensure a successful remodeling experience. From the initial planning phase, homeowners should be considering a few important project components before selecting a professional ( <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.nari.org/homeowners/selecting/">http://www.nari.org/homeowners/selecting/</a>). Next, there are a few warning signs ( <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.nari.org/homeowners/warnings/">http://www.nari.org/homeowners/warnings/</a>) to look for during interviews with remodelers that identify which contractors to avoid. Finally, one of the most important aspects of remodeling is setting a budget. Here are a couple tips to setting a viable budget ( <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://bit.ly/PVEcRv">http://bit.ly/PVEcRv</a>) for your remodeling project.
- 2625 Butterfield Road Suite 104SOak BrookIL6052350501
Since 1959, ILCA has provided its members with the resources needed to enhance their performance and ensure continued growth and success. The Association’s mission is to enhance the professionalism and capabilities of members by providing leadership, education, representation, and services while promoting environmental awareness and the value of the landscape industry. ILCA employs a wide variety of means to fulfill its mission including; seminars, workshops, publications, trade shows, awards, networking, scholarship grants and social events. The photos posted here are all ILCA Excellence in Landscape Award winners. Find a local landscape professional at www.ilca.net/consumer/find-a-contractor.
The Association of Licensed Architects (ALA) is an organization open to all architects and professions related to architecture. It represents architects registered or licensed in any state, territory or possession of the United States or foreign country. Join our dynamic organization and start connecting with other members and taking advantage of the many benefits we have to offer you. General Information ALA focuses on meeting the needs of the small to mid-sized architectural firm. Our members tell us that we provide what they need most for their business success. That can be our continuing education programs, webinars, annual conference and product show, design awards program, tracking their ALA program learning units, CE articles; valuable information and peer projects published in our quarterly publication, Licensed Architect; and more.
The Northern Illinois Home Builders Association is a non-profit organization of professional builders, re-modelers, contractors, suppliers and associate members dedicated to the promotion and protection of their business interests and growth of the building industry. We offer a wide range of exciting opportunities to promote and grow your business, where members meet and make valuable connections and foster life-long business relationships. Join today and become a part of this dynamic association and start building your Business By Association!
- 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza, Suite 1502 ChicagoIL60654
The GreenBuilt Home Tour features exceptional, award-winning, and nationally-recognized homes throughout Illinois, which highlight attractive, affordable, and sustainable building practices. During the annual two-day event, attendees learn ways the built environment contributes to a healthier community. The tour includes Illinois’ finest builders, designers and homeowners who have created healthy, energy saving green homes.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is a Chicago-based not-for-profit organization that renews the vision of Frank Lloyd Wright through programs and educational initiatives about architecture, design and culture to perpetuate Wright’s all-inclusive artistic vision and belief in the integrity of the natural and built environment. The Trust conducts ongoing historic preservation and operates public tours, programs and events at major Wright sites, including his Home and Studio (1889/1898) in Oak Park, a Chicago suburban community; The Rookery Light Court (1905-07) in downtown Chicago; Unity Temple (1905-08) in Oak Park; the Frederick C. Robie House (1908-10) in Chicago’s Hyde Park; and the Emil Bach House (1915) in Chicago’s Rogers Park. The mission of the Trust is to engage, educate and inspire the public through architecture, design and the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright, and to preserve the Trust's historic sites and collections.
- 47 W. Polk St., Ste. 100-145 ChicagoIL60605-2085
The CMA is a professional organization where cabinetmakers and woodworkers from both the residential and commercial markets come together to share their hard earned knowledge and experience with one another. Collaboration, not competition, is the best way to improve our own individual companies as well as the industry as a whole.
- 3695 Darlene Court AuroraIL60504
NIHBA, founded in 1956, is a non-profit Association comprised of the highest quality Builders, Remodelers, sub-contractors and associate members dedicated to promoting and supporting the custom home building industry while fostering it's growth and advocating and protecting it's interest locally, state wide, and nationally.
- 800 Roosevelt Rd C-312 Glen Ellyn60490
The Ceramic Tile Distributors Association (CTDA) is an international association of distributors, manufacturers and allied professionals of ceramic tile and related products. CTDA connects, educates and strengthens tile and stone distributors.
The American Institute of Architects Chicago (AIA Chicago) is the largest chapter of licensed architects, architectural interns, and allied professionals within AIA Illinois, and the second largest AIA chapter in the country. AIA Chicago offers lectures and continuing education courses; numerous award programs; specialized, issue-specific Knowledge Communities; advocacy for architects; daily communications online and through its in-house magazine, Chicago Architect; and help for consumers looking for an architect. As a resource for its members in service to society, AIA Chicago promotes positive change through the power of design.
PHIUS is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to making high-performance passive building the mainstream market standard. PHIUS is transforming the building sector by developing and promoting North American specific standards, practices, and certifications for buildings, professionals, and products to create structures that are durable, comfortable, healthy, and super energy efficient.
The Racine Kenosha Builders Association (RKBA) is a not-for-profit trade association that represents over 100 companies. These companies are involved in the construction, development, and remodeling of single and multifamily housing and light commercial property in the Racine and Kenosha areas. The RKBA was charted on May 11th, 1958. The process started in 1951. As an association we have been a major contributor to Builders Park and the Racine Outpost Center.