NDA launches new website

NDA launches new website

Features of the new website include easier navigation, mobile compatibility and greater emphasis on upcoming industry events.

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The National Demolition Association (NDA) has recently launched a new association website. The development of a modern website to enhance communication with members and clearly articulate the NDA brand was a major focus in the association's strategic plan, approved by its board of directors in March of 2019.

An effectiveness evaluation of NDA's current technologies identified a need for a new website and membership database for the purpose of efficiently communicating the value of NDA to the demolition community and relevant markets.

NDA says the release of the website allows it to stay innovative by following best practices in web design. Features of the new website include intuitive navigation and easy access to resources, mobile responsive design to accommodate an on-the-go workforce, and greater emphasis on upcoming events relevant to NDA members.

In addition, the website includes enhanced advocacy tools to give members advantages in the industry. The Procurement Opportunities portal allows all members to search available openings for federal work. The site also includes the Grassroots Action Center, where members can contact policymakers and those in federal agencies to educate them on pressing issues.

"We are very excited by the opportunities that the new NDA website opens for our association and our membership" says NDA President Chris Godek in a news release. "The website aligns with our strategic goals and is now a valuable resource for helping our members grow their businesses".

The mission of NDA is to provide members and the demolition industry with the tools necessary to be leaders in environmental stewardship, safety, education, professional competency and government advocacy. NDA says it will continue to evaluate technology needs of the association to enhance the member experience.