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ASA of Texas
P O Box 782, Austin Texas 78767-0782
(830) 220-2474 Fax: (817) 796-1080

ASA of Texas | American Subcontractors Association of Texas

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The American Subcontractors Association of Texas was formed in 1977 serving the commercial specialty trade construction industry of Texas. 

We currently support the 5 local chapters throughout the state and offer at-large membership opportunities to those companies that are not currently served by the local chapters.


Our chapters in Texas include:

Lien & Bond Claims Seminar - July 16, 2013

Presented by 

Thomas J. Walthall, Jr., Esq. and 
Bethany Thompson, Esq. of Gardner Law.

When: July 16, 2013
1:30pm to 4:30pm

Where: Ridout Barrett, 901 NE Loop 410,
3rd Floor Training Room
San Antonio, TX 78209

$150 ASA Members  $165 Non-Members

For more information please contact San Antonio Chapter at contact@asasanantonio.org or call 210.349.2105

Register Here

Learn How to Get Paid — And Keep Your Customers Happy — With New FASA Video-on-Demand

The newest video-on-demand from the Foundation of ASA, “Playing It Cool: How to Effectively Pursue Claims While Keeping Your Customer Happy” (Item #8062), provides subcontractors with strategies for effectively resolving disputes and obtaining payment of claims, while preserving relationships with customers. Presenter Ben Wheatley, Munsch, Hardt, Kopf & Harr P.C., Austin, Texas, provides tips and information on how to use liquidation agreements and pass-through claims to resolve disputes without having to sue. Play this 90-minute on-demand video with a free media player like Windows Media Player and use it for group training by projecting it onto a screen or wall. The video is $65 for ASAmembers and $95 for nonmembers. Order online or call (888) 374-3133.


Action Alert

Support federal bid-listing legislation! Ask your member of the U.S. House of Representatives to co-sponsor H.R. 1778, to end practices like post-award "bid shopping" and "bid peddling" on federal construction projects.   Send Message

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FOR RELEASE April 1, 2013
Contact: Marc Ramsey, (703) 684-3450, mramsey@asa-hq.com

ASA Unveils Model State Legislation to Address Growing Payment Assurance Problem on P3 Projects

ASA Hails Proposed Legislation Targeting Construction ‘Bid Shopping’

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — ASA hailed legislation introduced by Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., on May 9, 2013, as a significant step to improve the management of the federal government’s construction projects.

By requiring contractors to use the subcontractors identified in the contractors’ bids, the Construction Quality Assurance Act of 2013 (H.R. 1942) would promote open competition among subcontractors and ethical bidding practices and ensure that the highest quality subcontractors bid and work on projects paid for with federal taxpayer dollars.

“As the federal government continues to tighten its belt, taxpayers deserve to get absolutely the best construction projects for their tax dollars,” said ASA Chief Advocacy Officer E. Colette Nelson. “Under the current acquisition system, federal contracting officers must accept prime contractor bids without any assurance of which subcontractors will actually perform the work. This lack of oversight diminishes the quality of and threatens the security of federal construction. Taxpayers deserve better, and mandatory bid listing is the responsible solution.”

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