For 14 years, the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute Southwest Chapter continues to serve as the growing segmental concrete pavement industry’s information, technical, education, and workforce development resource.
2811 E. Jones Ave.
Phoenix AZ 85040
~ Learn to meet industry-established guidelines
~ Learn to reduce cost
~ Meet customer expectations by having trade certification
~ Supplier promotion
~ Benefit your bottom line
~ Meet designer and specifier expectation
~ Learn evaluation process
~ Dispute Resolution
~ Learn to justify your price
3155 N. Nevada St. Ste 1
Chandler, AZ 85225
136 Frontage Rd. NE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
ICPI Southwest Chapter meetings and education seminars allow you to expand your knowledge in the interlocking concrete pavement industry and can help you build a more profitable hardscaping business. ICPI Southwest Chapter brings education opportunities closer to home and offers seminar topics on regional issues.
~ How to Sell & Market Concrete Pavers
~ Labor & Material Estimating
~ Raised Patio Construction
~ Construction of Permeable Pavements
~ Theory of Base Installation
~ Job Site Safety & OSHA Regulations
~ Contract Law Regulations
~ Pool Deck & Specialty Applications
~ Immigration Issues
One of the greatest resources for professional and personal development is to meet other paver contractors and suppliers in your local area. You will gain new and latest information on products, Installation, and technology.
Joining ICPI Southwest Chapter allows you to have a “bigger voice” in effecting local advocacy issues. We can voice our concerns to local agencies and businesses that impact the interlocking concrete pavement industry thus allowing an opportunity for a more successful contracting business.
~ Be involved in the interlocking concrete pavement industry close to home
~ Share your experiences through networking events with fellow paver installers and suppliers
~ Increase your knowledge through local education courses and seminars
~ Build a more successful business and industry through local and regional advocacy programs