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Memberships & Affiliations Our Organizational Associations

Wu & Associates participates with organizations and associations which share our philosophies on business ethics, diversity, and community development. We believe it is important to build partnerships to positively impact the construction industry, and to promote diversity to encourage stronger communities.

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Minority Supplier Development Council: “MSDC supports minority businesses as suppliers to major corporations, bringing much needed diversity into everyday reality”
USPAACC: “As a proud Asian-American business, Wu & Associates supports the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce”
Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.: “ABC is a national organization with 70 chapters representing nearly 22,000 merit shop construction and construction related firms.”
U.S. Green Building Council: “USGBC is committed to a sustainable future, which can only be accomplished through green building”
The Alma Mater of our President, Carnegie Mellon partners with Wu & Associates through an intellectual exchange of design excellence and best practices
Preservation Alliance: “PAGP works to promote the preservation and restoration of historic buildings in the Greater Philadelphia area.”
AIA New Jersey: “AIA New Jersey promotes the public’s understanding of architecture through advocacy, education, and service”
AIA Philadelphia: “AIA Philadelphia promotes the public’s understanding of architecture through advocacy, education, and service”
Association for Preservation Technology: Delaware Valley Chapter: “APT-DVC allows members to keep up-to-date and knowledgeable on the best historic preservation practices”
Pearl S. Buck International: “Pearl S. Buck International changes the lives of children by battling the injustice of prejudice and promoting the need for humanitarianism throughout the world”
Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation: “The Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation preserves, protects, and promotes the Philadelphia Chinatown community”