BCSA has been representing the UK structural steelwork sector for over a century
As a member of BCSA your organisation will receive value from a structured benefits offering, and additionally from the work BCSA undertakes for and on behalf of its members. BCSA has three categories of membership; Steelwork Contractors (Buildings and Bridgeworks), Industry members and Corporate members.
As a member of BCSA your organisation will receive value from:
- A structured benefit offering
- The work BCSA undertakes for and on behalf of its members
- Access to the wider structural steelwork sector
- Tailored advice and support for your business from BCSA's expert team
Five reasons why you should join the BCSA/RQSC if you are a steelwork contractor
Good clients select from the membership lists
Increasingly clients are relying on the BCSA to assist them with their pre-qualification process. Your next opportunity could come from a Client who uses the list.
Because you want to receive good enquiriers
Being on the BCSA/RQSC membership list ensures that the special skills of your company are widely publicised, and that means you should not receive unsuitable enquiries.
Because you want to be measured against the best
That belief needs promoting and the BCSA/RQSC provides the opportunity backed up by assessment visits from an experienced professional.
Because you believe in fair competition
However, fair competition is as much about the other competitors as it is about the playing field.
Being a BCSA/RQSC member enables Clients to select tender lists of similarly qualified companies. This gives your company the chance to show its potential against proper competition.
Because you need to demonstrate competence
The BCSA/RQSC membership list is a means of providing Clients with prima facie evidence of your company's special and general skills in steel construction, and a measure of the resources available to the company to undertake steelwork contracts.
In short, being a BCSA/RQSC member is a demonstration of a company's competence.
What BCSA does for its Members
- Promotes the use of steel in UK construction
- Demonstrates the capabilities of its members to specifiers and clients
- Provides members with specialist professional advice and support
- Represents member interests to Government
- Convenes members to discuss matters of common interest
- Organises seminars and courses
- Publishes technical guidance
Contact us for further details on joining
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