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Sign up to Participate in the Chapter - Committees always welcome new participants. Many have on-going members who will continue to serve the chapter, but there is always room for another volunteer. Please choose a committee below that you would be willing to commit some time and energy to – most meet periodically for meetings that last no more than 2 hours, and all are FUN and INFORMATIVE. •Education – Plans Educational Events

  • Membership – Recruits and Retains Members
  • Program – Plans Meetings, Topics and Speakers
  • Awards – Recognition for outstanding achievement
  • Golf – Organizes the Golf Tournament
  • Communications – Monitors and updates social media websites as well as updates the new chapter site.
  • Scholarship – Administers and Awards Scholarships
  • Sponsorship –Seeks Sponsors  for Chapter Events
  • Community Service – Administers Community Related Events
  • Download our Chapter Brochure

To Get Involved: - Contact: centralindiana@cfma.org

About Us

Congratulations to our 2020 Scholarship Recipients.

Anjara M. Rafidison
Indiana State University, Bachelor of Science: Architectural Engineering Technology, Minor: Interior Architecture Design

Jackie Brown Jr.
Indiana State University, Bachelor of Science: Safety Management

Megan Fraze
Ball State University, Bachelor of Science: Business, Majors: Accounting and Finance

Trenton Bays
Ball State University, Bachelor of Science: Construction Management, Minor: Business Administration

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COVID-19 Update from CFMA

COVID-19 Link Below is Updated Weekly

With the amount of resources shared by your peers on the Connection Café and by industry professionals across the internet, we understand that all of the information you’re receiving can be overwhelming.

 CFMA's COVID-19 Resource Center.

 

Articles & Resources

Risk Update

As nonessential contractors are getting back to work, Construction Dive reports that the increase of COVID-19 health screenings on jobsites are leading to privacy concerns for contractors. As keeping employees safe is a high top priority, ForConstructionPro revisits 10 safety best practices. Adding to safety concerns, PPE that protects workers from not only COVD-19, but also regular work hazards, meant to keep employees safe, like dust masks, is still in short supply or marked up in price. And minority-owned construction firms face even more struggles as jobsites resume work. Construction jobs are continuing to rise, but ENRMidAtlantic reports that AGC survey respondents say highway sites are not safe yet.

Future Update

As the construction industry’s recovery may be uneven and slow, International Banker shares AGC’s chief economist’s short- and medium/long-term expectations. Bloomberg Law presents five legal trends that could affect projects due to COVID-19 and tips on how you can approach these developments.

 

CARES Act Update

The newest funds from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) are reaching the cities and counties affected by the pandemic, learn what types companies were prioritized this round. An extension was passed on June 30, 2020 to allow businesses with few than 500 employees to apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans until August 8, 2020.

Tech Update

Read a recap of Procore’s panel webinar Building Our Way Forward, which covers what role construction technology will play in the future for builders. And read how COVID-19 is forcing a shift when it comes to companies embracing tech integration and how managed IT services could be a solution for many.

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