Collaboration is the foundation of the National Institute of Building Sciences. NIBS brings together an elite community of thinkers, innovators, educators and creators across all sectors of the built environment to solve critical issues facing the industry.
Members are invited to have a seat at the table where these discussions take place—they collaborate to develop and implement technical and procedural improvements within NIBS’ councils, committees and programs. Together, NIBS members are working together to build a better tomorrow.
Our members are made up of individuals, public and private sector organizations, non-profits and local, state and federal government officials. These members play a wide range of roles within the built environment.
WHAT OUR MEMBERS HAVE TO SAY
It has been an interesting journey. I started with NIBS, as I was interested in the work of the BIM Council. I wanted to keep up with the current practices and trajectories of BIM and where it was envisioned to go. It is rewarding and inspiring to be involved in the industry transformation at this scale.
Carrie Dossick, Associate Dean of Research
University of Washington's College of Built Environments
BSI is a leading global standards, certification, and testing body with its head office in London. In 2021, BSI established an exciting partnership with the National Institute of Building Sciences. Our relationship started with a strategic goal to implement and standardize building information modelling (BIM) in the U.S. The partnership enables and strengthens collaboration between the U.S. and UK, encouraging the sharing of knowledge and best practice to promote the use of standards across the BE sector. We value our partnership with NIBS and look forward to more collaboration and thought leadership going forward.
Global Head of Marketing, Built Environment Sector, BSI
NIBS is the most comprehensive organization for the built environment, and I have experienced amazing events that push the industry forward in very meaningful and actionable ways. The depth of the experience and reach of the community that envelops the entire ecosystem for this industry is unmatched. I care deeply about the construction industry. If you are looking for knowledge and innovation that motivates, while understanding business risks in a very practical way, become a member of NIBS.
Nancy Novak, Chief Innovation Officer
Strengthening the resilience of our built environment is a team sport. NIBS plays a critical role in advancing resilience by bringing together stakeholders from a variety of industries – including finance, insurance, real estate, and academia – to facilitate critical conversations, foster innovation, and generate solutions to thorny challenges.
Anne Cope, Chief Engineer
As an active construction code professional for the past 25 years, I find NIBS uniquely positioned to provide the built environment an invaluable resource. The work performed provides unseen benefits across the country … what an honor it is to serve and be a part of a group of individuals who selflessly work to improve codes and standards to ensure a better tomorrow.
Scott McDonald, Director
Department of Development Services, City of Denton
Open ONLY to academic employees, state, local, and federal government employees, architects, engineers, representatives of consumer organizations, and industry retirees.
Open to any individual employed by, interested in, or associated with building construction, labor organizations, home builders, housing management, building or construction contractors, manufacturers, trade associations, real estate, finance, insurance, research and testing, technology, and codes and standards.
Open to any individual enrolled as a full-time student in an institution of higher learning.
Open to any organization desiring to provide additional support to our 501c3 organization. These organizations may designate up to five individuals from their organization to be Members.
Open to any organization desiring to provide additional support to our 501c3 organization. These organizations are seeking unlimited access for their employees to participate in NIBS Communities.
The BIM Council is an alliance of all those who are willing to contribute their time and talent toward improving the entire facilities industry. We want information to flow from authoritative sources to end users at every phase of the project. To accomplish this, we need support from individuals, companies, agencies, sponsors and donors.
NIBS LEADERSHIP SPONSORSHIP
This year-long sponsorship of the National Institute of Building Sciences Board of Directors allows exclusive access to the leaders of the industry who come from all areas of the built environment.
Unlimited Member Organizations
Unlimited Organizational Membership is for organizations seeking unlimited access for their employees to participate in NIBS communities.
American Institute of Architects
Gilbane Building Co.
National Institutes of Health
Ohio Facilities Construction Commission
U.S. Department of State
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
U.S. General Services Administration
Membership provides access, at an organizational or individual level, to weigh in on member projects that shape the future of the place people live, work, learn, and play. Organizational members often have multiple individuals, representing a variety of job roles, participating in NIBS councils.
AABC Commissioning Group (ACG)
Airwavz Solutions, Inc.
American Institute of Steel Construction
American Iron & Steel Institute
American Wood Council
APA - The Engineered Wood Association
Architect of the Capitol
Armstrong World Industries
Association for Facility Engineering
AWG Contracting + The Moses West Foundation
BSI Group America, Inc.
Charles Pankow Foundation
Component Assembly Systems
Concrete Masonry Association of California and Nevada
Construction Specifications Institute
Delta Controls, Inc.
Design-Build Institute of America
DOE: Better Climate Challenge
General Motors Company
Green Building Initiative
Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety
International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials
International Code Council, Inc.
McDonough Bolyard Peck, Inc.
Modular Building Institute
National Association of Home Builders
National Fire Protection Association
National Ready Mixed Concrete Association
National Building Museum
New Horizons Foundation
Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute
Procore Technologies, Inc.
Professional Roof Consultants, Inc.
Salas O' Brien
Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
Structural Engineers Association of California
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Green Building Council
U.S. Resiliency Council
Our sponsors support various projects, reports, and initiatives that address challenges faced in the built environment.