Members Directory

NSCC brings together over 30 specialist trade organisations representing businesses engaged in the planning, design, construction, refurbishment, and maintenance of the built environment in both the commercial and domestic sectors.

For further information on joining NSCC, please contact us on 0844 249 5351 or email [email protected].

ACIFC Association of Concrete Industrial Flooring Contractors

6-8 Bonhill Street

T: 0844 249 9176
F: 0844 249 9177


  • ACIFCThe representative organisation for contractors, material suppliers and service providers involved in the construction of concrete industrial floors in the UK.
  • 20 members.
  • ACIFC members, which deliver 70% of all UK-built concrete industrial floors, have a proven track record and meet minimum technical, health and safety, and training standards.

ADCAS Association of Ductwork Contractors and Allied Services

2 Waltham Court
Milley Lane
Hare Hatch
Berkshire RG10 9TH

T: 0118 940 3416
F: 0118 940 6258


  • ADCASThe only independent trade association for contractors and suppliers of ductwork and accessories and other specialist equipment for application in ventilation and air conditioning systems.
  • 54 members.
  • ADCAS speaks for the ductwork sector at a national and international level, making a key contribution to the development of standards for products and systems. Specialist and practical commercial and legal advice is readily available together with information on technical developments which impact on the ductwork industry.

ASA Association of Sealant Applicators Ltd

Grovedell House
15 Knightswick Road
Canvey Island
Essex SS8 9PA

T: 01268 696 878
F: 01268 511 247


  • Established in 1984 and represents the highest standards in the sealant industry.
  • 22 members.
  • The ASA, in addition to promoting high standards of workmanship, provides a forum for advanced training and the circulation of ideas and techniques. It is a training centre delivering NVQ levels 2 and 3 and runs an apprenticeship scheme under the On Site Assessment and Training (OSAT) regime.

ASFP Association for Specialist Fire Protection

Kingsley House
Ganders Business Park
Hampshire GU35 9LU

T: 01420 471 612
F: 01420 471 611


  • ASFPEstablished in 1975 and represents the UK’s major manufacturers and contractors as well as regulatory and certification bodies and overseas associates involved in the specialist passive fire protection industry.
  • 100 members.
  • In order to promote quality, consistency and good working practices, the ASFP operates a Code of Practice for all its membership. Furthermore, it is a requirement of ASFP Contractor Membership that such companies are also registered under a third party certification scheme.

ASUC Association of Specialist Underpinning Contractors

Kingsley House
Ganders Business Park
Hampshire GU35 9LU

T: 01420 471 613
F: 01420 471 611


  • Established in 1992 and promotes professional and technical competence within the subsidence industry. Members offer a comprehensive range of underpinning, subsidence repair techniques, retrofit basement construction and engineered foundation solutions.
  • 23 contractor members.
  • Any contractor wishing to join ASUC must first undergo a technical, health & safety, insurance and financial audit and make a commitment to prescribed safety procedures.

ATLAS Association of Technical Lightning and Access Specialists

6-8 Bonhill Street

T: 0844 249 0026
F: 0844 249 0027


  • ATLASATLAS is the recognised trade association for the steeplejack and lightning protection industry with a commitment to improving working practices, technical excellence and the skills of the workforce, to provide the highest quality service to the industry’s clients
  • 45 member companies.
  • Objectives include raising standards within the steeplejack and lightning protection industry, verifying that members comply with current regulations and liaising with industry, Government and key stakeholders to discourage unfair and unsafe working practices.

BBSA British Blind and Shutter Association

PO Box 232
Suffolk IP14 9AR

T: 01449 780 444
F: 08712 647 220


  • BBSAEstablished in 1919 and is the principal organisation representing UK manufacturers and suppliers of internal and external blinds, awnings, and security grilles and shutters, as well as suppliers to the industry.
  • 360 members.
  • The BBSA takes an active role in preparing standards and promoting health & safety awareness, and encourages high standards of product and service amongst its members.

BDA British Drilling Association

Alphab House
Alfred Street
NG16 6NQ

T: 01773 778 751
F: 01773 782 724


  • BDAEstablished in 1976 for companies who are either working or involved with ground drilling.
  • 101 corporate members comprising manufacturers, suppliers, contractors and consultants.
  • BDA’s mission statement is “Committed to Excellence in Health & Safety, Quality of Workmanship and Technical Standards for the Benefit of the Drilling Industry and its Clients”.

BGA British Geomembrane Association

Naue Geosynthetics Ltd
The Genesis Centre
Cheshire WA3 7BH

T: 01925 810 280
F: 01925 810 284



  • BGAEstablished in 1998 and promotes and supports the manufacture and installation of Geomembranes in all applications throughout the UK and Ireland.
  • 20 members.
  • The BGA represents manufacturers and installers of high quality geomembranes and exists to create a greater awareness of the importance of Flexible Membrane Liners, to act as a focal point for the collection and dissemination of information, and to provide a forum for the exchange of experience and information.

BWF British Woodworking Federation

The Building Centre
26 Store Street

T: 0844 209 2610
F: 0844 209 2611



  • BWFThe BWF is the business growth and advice body for the woodworking and joinery industry
  • 512 members.
  • The BWF offers an extensive range of practical advice and support to its members including dedicated training services through the Woodworking Industry Training Forum.

CEDA Catering Equipment Distributors Association

PO Box 683
Worcestershire WR7 4WQ

T: 01386 793 911
F: 01386 793 911


  • CFAThe representative organisation for catering equipment distributors in the UK.
  • 78 members.
  • CEDA members operate in accordance with an agreed Code of Good Practice and the CEDA Customer Charter to provide the highest standards of customer service. With access to high quality training and business support, CEDA members are committed to promoting energy savings and sustainability in commercial kitchens.

CFA Contract Flooring Association

4c St Mary’s Place
The Lace Market
Nottinghamshire NG1 1PH

T: 0115 941 1126
F: 0115 941 2238


  • CFAThe leading independent voice of the Contract Flooring Industry.
  • Membership includes contractors, manufacturers, distributors and consultants, both large and small, operating from locations throughout the UK.
  • The objectives of the CFA are to promote the highest standards of professionalism, safety and training while at the same time providing essential services and expert information to ensure the quality and productivity of members' business.

CIPHE The Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering

64 Station Lane
RM12 6NB

T: 01708 472 791
F: 01708 448 987


  • Founded in 1906, the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE) is the professional body for the UK plumbing and heating industry.
  • Membership is made up of individuals from a wide range of backgrounds such as consultants, specifiers, designers, public health engineers, lecturers, trainers, trainees and practitioners.
  • The CIPHE has a membership of around 8,000 including approximately 200 manufacturers and distributors, which support its work as Industrial Associates. Whilst the majority of members live in the UK, some 800 are resident in Hong Kong and a further 300 are resident in over 30 other countries.

CONSTRUCT CONSTRUCT Concrete Structures Group

Riverside House
4 Meadows Business Park
Station Approach
Surrey GU17 9AB

T: 01276 38444
F: 01276 38899


  • CFARepresents Specialist Contractors in the in-situ concrete frames and associated structures sector.
  • 87 members.
  • CONSTRUCT focuses on issues which impede best practice and buildability of in-situ concrete structures. Through dedicated task groups, seminars and the production of high quality publications, CONSTRUCT promotes innovation in the use of concrete in frames and structures and provides training and education initiatives.

CRA Concrete Repair Association

Kingsley House
Ganders Business Park
Bordon GU35 9LU

T: 01420 471 615
F: 01420 471 611


  • CRARepresents contracting companies and product manufacturers and suppliers in the concrete repair sector.
  • 43 members.
  • CRA has an ongoing commitment to advancing the concrete repair sector. All full CRA members must hold current ISO 9001:2000 and, from 1 January 2011, ISO 14001 certification, demonstrate overall proven ability and comply with the CRA's training requirements and Codes of Practice which ensure a commitment to working towards the highest standards of quality, integrity, safety and reliability.

DHF Door and Hardware Federation

42 Heath Street
Staffordshire B79 7JH

T: 01827 52 337
F:01827 310 827


  • DHFThe DHF represents the interests of manufacturers and installers of industrial, pedestrian and garage doors and locks and building hardware.
  • 275 members
  • Its members must comply with the DHF’s Code of Conduct which sets minimum standards for workmanship, quality assurance, training, safety and business integrity.

DSA Drilling and Sawing Association

Unit 3
Brand Street
Off Meadow Lane
Nottingham NG2 3GW

T: 0844 879 3452
F: 0115 985 0341


  • DSAEstablished in 1984 and represents both contractors who deliver a professional diamond drilling and sawing service and suppliers who provide the specialist machines and tools used in drilling and sawing.
  • 91 members.
  • The DSA is committed to the development of consistent standards of workmanship and training, and provides arrangements for obtaining an NVQ and CSCS card in this specialist activity as well as a Specialist Apprenticeship Programme in drilling and sawing.

FeRFA Resin Flooring Association

16 Edward Road
Farnham Road
Surrey GU9 8NP

T: 01252 714 250
F: 01420 471 611


  • FeRFAHas represented specialist resin flooring contractors, surface preparation contractors, major product manufacturers, raw material suppliers and specialist service providers within the UK resin flooring industry for over 40 years.
  • 111 members.
  • FeRFA is the recognised voice of the resin flooring industry and leads the way in promoting the highest quality standards for health and safety, technical application and training, resulting in the installation of resin flooring systems by a skilled and qualified workforce.

FIS Finishes & Interiors Sector

Olton Bridge
245 Warwick Road
West Midlands B92 7AH

T: 0121 707 0077
F: 0121 706 1949


  • FIS represents companies involved in all aspects of interior fit out, refurbishment and building finishes. A truly vertically integrated trade association, members are from across the supply chain including main interior contractors, specialist fit out and finishes contractors, manufacturers and distributors.
  • Over 500 members.
  • The organisation campaigns on behalf of the fit out and finishes sector to advance knowledge, skills, training, product development and awareness throughout the supply chain.

FPS Federation of Piling Specialists

Office 205
Devonshire House
29-31 Elmfield Road

T: 020 8663 0947
F: 020 8663 0949


  • FPSEstablished in 1963 and represents the leading UK piling and foundation specialists.
  • 18 members.
  • FPS members lead the way in the ground-engineering sector in innovation, technical excellence, design, workmanship and commercial awareness. Before joining FPS, all members are audited by an independent auditor to ensure that they meet required standards in technical expertise, quality management, safety, training and environmental policies. Audits are repeated regularly to ensure that standards are maintained.

GGF Glass and Glazing Federation

54 Ayres Street
London SE1 1EU

T: 0207 939 9101
F: 0207 357 7458


  • GGFEstablished in 1977 and is the leading authority and voice for companies and employers within the flat glass, glazing, window, home improvement, plastics and applied window film industries in the UK.
  • 414 members.
  • GGF members work across the industry from emergency glazing, applied film, conservatories, windows, doors, fire resistant glazing, glazing components, flat glass, curtain walling, mirrors, toughened glass, curved glass, extrusions, hardware, glass merchanting, insulated glass and laminated glass.

INCA Insulated Render and Cladding Association

6-8 Bonhill Street

T: 0844 249 0040
F: 0844 249 0042


  • INCAEstablished in 1982 and is recognised by Government as the national trade association for the insulated render and cladding industry, representing system designers, specialist installers and key component suppliers.
  • 93 members.
  • INCA system designers offer BBA or BRE tested systems (proven in UK climatic conditions) and vetted installers have at least 2 years’ experience in applying insulated render and cladding systems.

NFRC The National Federation of Roofing Contractors Ltd

Roofing House
31 Worship Street
London EC2A 2DY

T: 020 7638 7663
F: 020 7256 2125


  • NFRCThe UK’s largest roofing trade association representing over 70% of the roofing industry by value. NFRC addresses issues facing the industry through the All Party Parliamentary Group for the roofing industry.
  • Over 1000 contractor members and 160 ‘associate’ manufacturers, suppliers and service providers. All contractor members operating in the domestic sector are TrustMark approved
  • NFRC operates a Code of Practice and vetting procedures which ensure high standards of workmanship among its members. It provides a wide range of services including advice on health and safety, and technical issues, as well as insurance-backed guarantees.

PDA Painting and Decorating Association

32 Coton Road
Warwickshire CV11 5TW

T: 024 7635 3776
F: 024 7635 4513


  • CCSEstablished originally in 1894 and, following a merger of the British Decorators’ Association and the Painting and Decorating Federation in 2002, represents sole traders through to the largest national contractors.
  • Over 1,300 members.
  • The PDA represents its members on all painting and decorating issues, offers a wide range of specialist services and benefits to members, and seeks to uphold high standards in the trade through its Code of Practice and strict admission criteria.

PSSA Perimeter Security Suppliers Association

Airport House

Purley Way
Surrey CR0 0XZ

T: 020 8253 4509


  • The PSSA is the trade association for companies involved in the supply of equipment and services designed to provide the highest levels of physical protection for sites and their perimeters from terrorist or criminal attack that involves the use of extreme force or explosives.
  • 34 Members
  • Members of the association supply and install a wide range of high performance products including perimeter fences and walls, vehicle barriers and blockers, bollards, high security gates, security blinds together with other specialist equipment developed for this demanding sector of the security market.

RIDBA Rural and Industrial Design and Building Association

5a The Maltings
Stowupland Road
Suffolk IP14 5AG

T: 01449 676 049
F: 01449 770 028


  • RIDBAEstablished in 1956 to bring together the common aims of the specialist steel, timber and concrete framed building manufacturers, contractors and their suppliers, providing good quality, framed construction and cladding for both the agricultural and industrial markets.
  • 287 members.
  • Contracting members work to a Code of Practice that ensures their work is of the highest quality and safely carried out by a trained workforce.

RSMA Road Safety Markings Association

Unit 35
Corringham Road Industrial Estate
Lincolnshire DN21 1QB

T: 01427 610 101
F: 01427 610 106


  • RSMARepresents and promotes the interests of the road marking industry with the aim of improving standards of quality, health and safety, and training, whilst developing and expanding the sector.
  • 94 members including 65 contractors.
  • The RSMA is committed to qualifying the workforce and has been at the forefront of the development of specialist apprenticeships, introducing the first of its kind within the highways sector. By focusing on industry representation and client education, the RSMA is setting the benchmark for Specialist Contractors operating in the highways sector.

SAEMA Specialist Access Engineering and Maintenance Association

19 Joseph Fletcher Drive
Derbyshire S42 6TZ

T: 01246 224 175


  • SAEMAEstablished in 1972 and is the UK’s national representative body for the Designers, Manufacturers, Installers and Maintainers of Facade Access Systems, which can be either permanently or temporarily installed on buildings and/or structures such as bridges.
  • 27 members who have offices located throughout the UK.
  • The aim of SAEMA members is to provide “Safe Places of Work” for operatives to carry out their tasks effectively and cost efficiently.

SPRA Single Ply Roofing Association

Roofing House
31 Worship Street
London EC2A 2DY

T: 0115 914 4445
F: 0115 974 9827


  • SPRAEstablished in 1988 and supplies high quality polymer-based single layer roofing through its partnership of quality assured manufacturers and contractors.
  • Over 70 members.
  • SPRA provides technical and training support to its members, and free advice to designers and main contractors through a telephone and seminar service. Members are required to operate a registered quality scheme to ISO9000 and are audited annually for compliance with the criteria for membership.

STA Structural Timber Association

The e-Centre
Cooperage Way Business Village
FK10 3LP

T: 01259 272 140
F: 01259 272 141


  • STAThe STA represents a huge majority of the structural timber industry, with members ranging from specialist contractors and architects to suppliers, manufacturers and designers. The association provides a united platform to convey the benefits of using structural timber and is committed to the ongoing promotion of structural timber across all sectors of the UK construction industry.
  • Over 200 members.
  • STA members are supported through professionally produced education, training, technical guidance, research and events. In addition, STA provides all members with a quality assurance scheme and access to the very latest health and safety training. Perhaps most importantly, STA enforces the industry leading initiative, Site Safe, which ensures that member manufacturers working on large projects give clear, concise information and assistance to the principal contractor regarding fire safety on construction sites.

TICA Thermal Insulation Contractors Association

TICA House
34 Allington Way
Yarm Road Business Park
County Durham

T: 01325 466 704
F: 01325 487 691


  • TICATICA is a Trade Association representing anyone in the industrial thermal insulation industry. TICA emerged to ensure the industry is highly represented with the express intention of creating and improving standards.
  • Over 220 members.
  • TICA's main aims and objectives are to: Create and improve overall industry standards in the thermal insulation industry; offer advice and support to its Membership to ensure the highest quality of service; act positively to promote best working practices; provide training to the thermal insulation industry through IETA (Insulation & Environmental Training Agency), a division of TICA; and offer Membership and Training to companies involved in the asbestos industry through its separate division; ACAD (Asbestos Control & Abatement Division).

TTA The Tile Association

The Mount
43 Stafford Road
ST15 0HG

T: 0300 365 8453


  • TTAEstablished in 2000 and unites the tile industry in the UK in one organisation, representing manufacturers, tile fixers, distributors, retailers, agents, shippers and support companies such as adhesive and accessories’ manufacturers.
  • Over 900 members.
  • TTA is dedicated to the advancement of all sectors of the tile industry and is committed to raising standards of product, installation, sales, training and promotion across the industry.

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