A contractor member is considered to be any person, firm, or corporation engaged in excavation, site preparation, earth moving or the construction and/or rehabilitation of utility systems including, but not limited to, storm sewers, sanitary sewers and drainage systems, water lines, cables (underground communication and electric), ducts, conduits, gas lines, tunneling, boring, trenchless construction, treatment systems, pump stations and other util-ity construction and appurtenances thereof. Dues amount is based on your company’s total annual utility construction revenue. Dues include membership in NUCA of Iowa (Chapter) and NUCA (National).
An associate member is considered to be any person, firm, or corporation involved in the utility construction and/or excavation industry as a supplier of equipment, ma-terials, or services to contractors. Dues amount is based on your company’s total annual revenue. Dues include membership in NUCA of Iowa (Chapter) and NUCA (National).
If your company already holds NUCA Membership in another state or Iowa location, you may qualify for the multi-location discount. Email us for details.
Specialty Contractor Membership
A specialty contractor is considered to be any person, firm, or corporation that employs labor on the job site, but does not bid or perform any utility construction or excavation work. Annual dues include membership in NUCA of Iowa (Chapter) and NUCA (National).
NUCA of Iowa
10550 New York Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50322
I belong to NUCA of Iowa because of the people and the opportunities. I have been able to work alongside several industry experts while learning more about our industry. Our group also enjoys the social part of our Association as well – our gatherings are always a lot of fun!Brent Klaiber
Collectively as a group we can accomplish much more than any individual or any signal company.Kevin Hunter
A chance to network and learn with our customers away from the job site.Rich Boat
NUCA’s efforts in our industry to support various programs that help influence certain issues that impact our contractors partners in the construction industry is the reason we belong to and support this great association.Nick Sinn