As a member of BCSA your organisation will not only receive value from a structured benefit offering but in addition to this benefits from both the work BCSA undertakes for and on behalf of its members
Access to BCSA’s technical experts offering advice on fabrication, welding, bolting, sustainability, design, CE Marking and BIM.
Updates and guidance on the development of regulations, national and European standards, CE Marking.
Review of contractual documentation and claims from BCSA’s experienced in-house construction lawyer. Guidance and updates on legal and commercial matters.
Health & Safety advice, preparation of industry standards, guidance on new regulations.
Free access to a range of telephone helplines to support your business.
Representation of our industry at national level including England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, and also within Europe.
Opportunity to join BCSA's committees and working groups, which inform BCSA's strategy and activities. Topics covered include; Process and Technical, Health and Safety, Law and Contracts, Welding, Connections, Digital Technologies, and Sustainability.
BCSA maintains close liaison with other organisations associated with the steel construction industry in the UK.
BCSA is represented on many BSI and European technical committees, and strives to maintain practical UK influence on the ‘standards’ processes.
On-line directory listing for your company increasing your visibility, including a direct link from our website to yours with automatic email option for companies looking for your services to contact you immediately.
Steelwork contractor members benefit from mutual recognition for Stage 1 pre-qualification via Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSiP), and membership assessment is aligned to PAS 91.
The use of the BCSA logo on company letterhead, websites and other industry related documents, as well as in advertising, helps our members receive better industry recognition.
Access to BCSA’s CRAFT Certificate Scheme. This is an industry approved alternative apprenticeship training scheme developed by BCSA which is intended to help member companies that wish to bring new people into the industry, and the availability of a training package that is relevant to the steelwork fabrication processes used in the industry.
Opportunity to attend Association events, such as the National Dinner, Annual General Meeting.
Opportunities to network with colleagues and prospective clients in the industry at BCSA's quarterly regional meetings.
Access to a regional network of members to share best practice.
Regular electronic information service, including updates on industry and market developments.
Password access to a wealth of specialist market and business information.
Contact us for further details on joining
Marketing and Membership Administrator