The Benefits of COA Membership

LABOR RELATIONS

  • The COA has represented Northern California contractors in contract negotiations and union relations for over 40 years.

INDUSTRY RESOURCES

  • The COA provides access to the most current industry resources, including state and federal regulations impacting crane industry operations and employee relations unique to crane rental operations.

COMMUNICATIONS

  • The COA promotes member businesses and services, providing access to a broader audience of potential clients and regional resources.

BECOME A MEMBER

To become a Regular Member of the COA, the entity must:

  • Be a licensed contractor principally engaged in crane rental and/or rigging within Northern California

  • Be signatory to a local of the International Union of Operating Engineers

  • Complete a Membership Application

  • Assign their bargaining rights to the COA

  • Pay the Initiation Fee and Annual Dues as established in the COA Bylaws

To become an Associate Member of the COA, the entity must:

  • Complete a Membership Application

  • Assign their bargaining rights to the COA

  • Pay the Initiation Fee and Annual Dues as established in the COA Bylaws