The Mexican Chamber of the Construction Industry (CMIC), founded in 1953, is an institution of public interest, autonomous, legal entity with its own assets, which aims, among others, to represent, defend and promote the general interests of construction industrialists. Our mission is to represent, strengthen and support the affiliated companies as well as promote the development of the construction industry.
The Colegio Mexicano de Ingenieros Civiles, Asociación Civil, was founded on December 2, 1997 and since then has headquarters in Mexico City DF. The Founders of the College are Ing. Florencio Angel Hernandez, also the first President of the First Board of Directors, Ing. Marcelo González Reyes and Eng. Ricardo Quintana Vargas, having as founding members 100 Civil Engineers, most of them graduates of the Institute Politecnico Nacional (IPN).
Founded in 1966, ANIPPAC, is the National Association of Prefabricted and Prestressed Industries A. C, it aims to promote and develop the use of Prefabricated Structures and Prestressed elements in construction.
The Asociación Nacional de Industriales de la Vigueta Pretensada ANIVIP develops and promotes the use of prefabricated floor systems on. Grouping businesses specifically engaged in the production of the precast and prestressed materials mostly used for flooring systems.
AMLICO is a Civil Partnership with National presence grouping, supports and recognizes companies manufacturers, lessors, vendors and / or distributors of Light Construction Machinery for their professionalism and extensive experience, commitment to loyalty, honesty and service.
The National Agency for Standardization and Certification of Building and Construction, SC (ONNCCE) is a nationally recognized dedicated to the development of the activities of standardization, certification and verification, which aims to contribute improving the quality of products, processes, systems and services Civil Society.
It is a group of companies and professionals related with the concept of "Intelligent Building". It is also a forum where sponsoring companies offer their products in different seminars conferences, courses and exhibitions organized during the year.
BOMA International is a primary source of information on building management and operations, development, leasing, building operating costs, energy consumption patterns, local and national building codes, legislation, occupancy statistics, technological developments and other industry trends.
The Mexican Society for Earthquake Engineering (SMIS) has particular interest in the development of projects for recording tremors in areas of high seismic risk or population centers that can be severely affected.
AMDROC is the association that groups the Work Responsible Directors, on structural safety for: urban, architectural design, installations and setups.
AMPROFEC, The Mexican Association of Professionals on Fairs, Expositions and Conventions, works day by day with the aim of bringing together, unite and strengthen the exhibitions industry in Mexico, by working partnerships to benefit its members through events, information and constant training. This 25 years experienced association has established itself as one of Mexico’s most important industry.
Network of national green building councils in more than one hundred countries, making it the world’s largest international organisation influencing the green building marketplace. The WorldGBC’s mission is to strengthen green building councils in member countries by championing their leadership and connecting them to a network of knowledge, inspiration and practical support.