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Join DBIA and realize collaboration-driven success every time, for a lifetime. Individual membership provides benefits to a person who is either an employee of a government agency, a private facility, or a student or faculty member at an institution of higher education.
DBIA members have access to the best design-build resources in the nation. Leveraging Design-Build Done Right® and industry connections into business opportunities, our members foster the kind of collaboration and innovation that powers careers and industry transformation
DBIA offers the only Design-Build Done Right® education in the nation. We also provide many valuable resources on all aspects of design-build available free of charge. Our Manual of Practice is free to DBIA members and our downloadable contract documents and forms help guide you through the entire design-build process. DBIA’s monthly e-alert is targeted to members-only with the latest design-build DBIA news. Get a jump
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Ensure your name comes up when an Owner is looking for expertise or a firm is looking to partner. All DBIA members are included in our Membership Directory.
Joining DBIA provides far more value than can be counted in dollars and cents. But who doesn’t like saving some cash? DBIA rewards our members for everything they do with us. As a DBIA member, enjoy savings on DBIA coursework, online education subscription, design-build certification, design-build conferences, career spot listings, national design-build project team awards, design-build contracts and resources, and countless DBIA sponsored events.
INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP PRICING
Additional IP Contacts $249/year
Young Professional $75/year
Practitioners/Consultants are individuals performing design and/or construction services for owners, and are typically employed by AE/EA firms, construction firms, specialty contractors, manufacturers/suppliers.
Owners are individuals who work for organizations that control the design and construction processes. Owners decide what gets built, when it gets built and how it gets built.
Academia are individuals who work for a college or university.
Students are individuals who study full-time (12 or more credit hours) at an accredited college or university.
Additional IP Contacts come from companies that have already joined DBIA as an industry partner. If the industry partner has used up all of their allocated contacts, “additional contacts” may be added and are entitled to all benefits of the other contacts associated with the organization.
Young Professionals are individuals who are 35 years old or younger.