NATE maintains an affiliation with a law firms Seyfarth Shaw LLP and Fisher & Phillips LLP. These prominent law firms have substantial experience involving a wide variety of tower industry-related issues and working with OSHA. In addition to assisting with issues that arise in the day-to-day operations of the Association, Seyfarth Shaw LLP and Fisher & Phillips LLP are the firms NATE recommends to assist member companies with tower industry-related legal concerns. NATE’s point of contact with Seyfarth Shaw LLP is Mark A. Lies, II. He can be reached at 312-460-5877 or [email protected]. NATE’s point of contact with Fisher & Phillips LLP is Edwin G. Foulke, Jr. He can be reached at 404-240-4273 or [email protected].
NATE members in good standing are eligible to receive the NATE Membership List. The Membership List supplies complete contact information for over 880 member companies located throughout the United States, Australia, Bahamas, Canada, China, Ghana, Israel, Jamaica, Nigeria, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Trinidad and the United Kingdom. This document lists the primary contact for NATE members, along with their addresses, telephone and fax numbers, and membership categories. This list is available to members only and is great for subcontracting, referrals or consulting others working in the tower industry. It is the policy of NATE that the membership list will not be sold or distributed to non-member companies. Request a current membership list by contacting Kari Stein at [email protected].
Membership Plaques & Certificates
Upon joining NATE, members receive an engraved membership plaque to display, along with their membership certificate to show their commitment to safety and the tower industry. This certificate may be photocopied and submitted with NATE member proposals when bidding projects. Both the plaque and certificate are updated annually when membership is renewed.
As a member-driven association, NATE is governed by a Board of Directors, along with actively involved standing committees.
All NATE members have the opportunity to serve on one of the Association’s four standing committees that share the responsibilities of keeping NATE members informed on issues that affect the industry and thereby improve the overall business environment as well as the Association.