Construction Management Association of America,
Southern Nevada Chapter – CMAASNV

Welcome to CMAA Southern Nevada!

2018 Chapter of the Year

The Southern Nevada Chapter of CMAA serves as the regional voice for Construction Managers in Clark County, Nevada with over 300 local and national members. The chapter is active in the promotion, growth and development of the construction management profession as a professional service.

CMAA Southern Nevada was formed in 2001. We hold regular monthly meetings throughout the year to provide our members with educational sessions, networking opportunities and the chance to learn from one another.
Membership in CMAA Southern Nevada is open to all firms and individuals with a vested interest in the promotion of construction management as a professional service.

Membership in the chapter gives members a chance to get involved in issues and activities of immediate interest in our region. Our chapter activities include monthly meetings, a scholarship program, social events, an annual golf tournament, volunteer opportunities and advocacy for the profession on the local and regional level.

What CMAASNV Does

The Southern Nevada Chapter of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAASNV) supports the advancement of the construction industry in our state.  Our growing chapter of over 150 members includes contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, design professionals, consultants, owners, among others.

Annually, CMAASNV provides individual scholarships to students in pursuit of careers in the construction industry in addition to local college and university endowments that will support students for decades to come.

Why Join CMAA ? 

CMAA is leading the growth and acceptance of Construction Management as a professional discipline that can add significant value to the entire construction process, from conception to ongoing operation.

Membership in CMAA includes firm and individual memberships across the country and globally. Owners, engineers, architects, contractors, educators, students…everyone with a stake in the construction industry’s success.