Committees are comprised of volunteers who work together for one or more years to achieve deliverables set forth in charges approved by the CMAA Board of Directors. Committee appointments start each year following the October CMAA Board of Directors Meeting. Indicate your preference when filling out the CMAA Volunteer Application. You will also need to complete the CMAA Volunteer Profile.
The CMIT Committee sets goals and objectives, provides insight, supports the CMIT Level sub-committees, and conducts outreach for the Construction Manager-in-Training (CMIT) certificate program.
The CODE Committee promotes an open and inclusive culture at CMAA, specifically by helping to identify programs, speakers, and under-represented groups for exposure during national conferences.
CCM Exam Writing Committee
The CCM Exam Writing Committee writes draft questions for the CCM exam.
CCM Exam Review Committee
The CCM Exam Review Committee reviews draft questions submitted by the CCM Exam Writing Committee for the CCM exam and performance of questions from exam data analysis.
Ethical Practices Committee
The Ethical Practices Committee develops and maintains a practical code of ethical standards for construction management and work to encourage acceptance and conformance with standards. Identifies needs for education programs relating to ethical practice and professional conduct.
Government Advocacy Committee
The Government Advocacy Committee identifies and prioritizes issues for CMAA advocacy activities by monitoring U.S. jurisdictions for proposed legislation or regulatory activity regarding licensing/registration of construction management, and for legislation/regulation affecting construction management services to state or local projects.
The Membership Committee evaluates and prioritizes messages, approaches, and campaigns for recruiting and retaining members. It serves as a resource and liaison to Chapter membership committees on matters related to local, member engagement.
The Nominating Committee identifies the slate of candidates for vacancies occurring on the Board of Directors (elected by the general membership). It ratifies the slate of candidates for officer positions on the Board of Directors (elected by the general membership) and the slate of candidates for vacancies occurring on the Foundation Board of Directors.
Professional Development Committee
The professional Development Committee develops conference educational programs. It provides continuing and periodic forums for the exchange of experience, information, and ideas among members. The committee shall be responsible for identifying needs and providing ongoing educational programs to keep members informed on issues relating to the management of the construction process.
Chapter Relations Committee
The Chapter Relations Committee serves as mentors to current chapter leaders and as judges for the Chapter of the Year Awards. It identifies and prioritizes topics for Chapter Leader education and development and Chapter Leaders Meetings.
Standards of Practice Committee
The Standards of Practice Committee reviews the need for publications and to provide a review of the contract documents, Standards of Practice, procedure manuals, and publications issued by the Association.