Central Jersey Chapter
The Professional Women in Construction defines itself as "Networking for equal professional opportunitiesin construction and related industries."
The ASA says that it is "The united voice dedicated to improving the business environment in the construction industry."
website states that it "is an initiative to commend women entrepreneurs for their service, leadership, contribution to their communities and the state’s economic recovery."

is a "nonprofit, nongovernmental public service organization dedicated to protecting life and promoting health in the United States of America."

Their website states that "The NAPW is a trusted place for professional women to Connect, Learn, Grow, and Inspire."

as established in 1964 as the voice of business for Woodbridge, New Jersey.
"The UTCA strives to improve working conditions for the construction industry through its work in legislative and regulatory matters, safety training, labor relations, specifications development, group cost savings programs and individual problem solving."