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BIABusiness Improvement Area
BIABureau of Indian Affairs
BIABusiness Impact Analysis (management analysis identifying the impacts of losing company resources; commonly part of a Business Recovery Plan)
BIABuilding Industry Association
BIABoard of Immigration Appeals (US DOJ)
BIABrothers in Arms (game)
BIABandaranaike International Airport (Sri Lanka)
BIABusiness in Africa (magazine)
BIABusiness Improvement Association (Canada)
BIABioelectric Impedance Analysis
BIABaby in Arms
BIABankruptcy and Insolvency Act (Canada)
BIABrain Injury Association (USA)
BIABrick Institute of America
BIABengaluru International Airport (Bangalore, India)
BIABanque Internationale pour l'Afrique (French)
BIABorder & Immigration Agency (UK, formerly Immigration and Nationality Directorate)
BIABusiness Intelligence Analytics
BIABioIndustry Association
BIABioindustry Association (UK)
BIABuffer Index Area
BIABusiness Impact Assessment
BIABasic Internet Access
BIABusiness Impact Analysis
BIABurned-in Address
BIABrick Industry Association
BIABoating Industry Association (now NMMA)
BIABrevet d'Initiation Aéronautique (French aeronautics diploma)
BIABastia, Corsica, France - Poretta (Airport Code)
BIABump in the API
BIABaixo Impacto Ambiental (Portuguese: Low Environmental Impact; Brazil)
BIABezbednosno Informativna Agencija (Serbian intelligence agency)
BIABristol International Airport (UK)
BIABreakfast in America (restaurant; Paris, France)
BIABudget Implementation Act (various locations)
BIABroadband Internet Access
BIABusiness Intelligence Accelerator (software)
BIABureau of Immigration Appeals
BIABremer Innovations Agentur (German innovation support company)
BIABradley International Airport (Hartford, Connecticut)
BIABritish Institute at Ankara (Ankara, Turkey)
BIABurned-In (MAC) Address (Cisco)
BIABasic Insurance Amount (federal government employee life insurance)
BIABiospecific Interaction Analysis
BIABroadmoor Improvement Association
BIABachelor of Industrial Administration
BIABicycle Institute of America
BIABio-Inspired Algorithm
BIABusiness Improvement Architects (Canada)
BIABarbecue Industry Association
BIABilateral Infrastructure Agreement (various locations)
BIABureau Issues Association (US agency)
BIABoehringer Ingelheim Austria
BIABinding Industries of America
BIABureau Informatisering Amsterdam (City of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
BIABest in America
BIABoard of Indian Affairs (state of Utah)
BIABeef Improvement Association
BIABanque Intercontinentale Arabe (French: Arab Intercontinental Bank)
BIABulletin d'Information Archéologique (French: Archaeological Information Bulletin)
BIABomb Impact Assessment
BIABarbados Institute of Architects (Barbados)
BIABritish Insurance Association (now ABI)
BIABilingual Interactive Activation Model
BIABus Interface Adapter
BIABall Image Analyzer
BIABiométrie et Intelligence Artificielle (French: Biometrics and Artificial Intelligence)
BIABulk Inversion Asymmetry
BIABusiness Internet Analytics (Microsoft initiative)
BIABritish Irish Association
BIABureau d'Information Aéronautique (French)
BIABusiness Intelligence Associates, Inc
BIABraille Institute of America, Inc.
BIABusqueda de Inteligencia Artificial (Spanish)
BIABook Income Adjustment (tax)
BIABuses International Association
BIABase Information Analysis
BIABoost, Insertion, and Abort
BIABorn Into Ashes (band)
BIABroadband Internetwork Analyzer
BIABaccalauréat en Informatique Appliquée (Bachelor in Data Sciences)
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The Brick Industry Association recommends property managers carefully inspect their buildings' brick and mortar annually.
John Grgurich, publications and web editor for Reston, VA-based Brick Industry Association cites overwhelming interest in brick facing from the educational market.
The Brick Industry Association has examined seven common home exterior products, finding that fired-clay brick costs about half as much as manufactured stone, and just a third more than fiber cement siding before considering lifetime maintenance costs.
Janis' contribution to the industry has been honored by such organizations as N.O.W, the American ORT, the Brick Industry Association and the American Bar Association.
Former General Shale CEO Richard Green has been recognized with the Brick Industry Association 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award, recognizing individual contributions of excellence in leadership and dedication for a span of 25 years or more.
Caption: The Brick Industry Association celebrated Lenore Janis, president of Professional Women in Construction (PWC) National for her leadership and advocacy role in helping women and minorities find work in construction, and for her ongoing contribution to the A/E/C industries.
According to Gregg Borchelt, head of engineering and research at the Brick Industry Association, in Reston, Va., all nonpaving bricks sold in the United States for code-governed uses, regardless of origin, must be graded according to a set of tests like those performed at Clemson.
The Brick Industry Association reports that as of year-end 2001, 8,258,568,000 bricks were shipped in the United States at a cost of $201.61 per 1,000 bricks.
"Nothing else can match the classic beauty and elegance of a brick home," says the Brick Industry Association (BIA), in Reston, Va., a group that represents clay-based brick manufacturers.
More recently, the Brick Industry Association pegs annual compliance costs a) at $100 million industry wide and, b) impossible for some small plants to meet.
Tann assumed his current role at Belden Brick, the largest family owned operator of its kind in the U.S., in 2014, following 25-plus years with the Brick Institute of America and Brick Industry Association. An ASTM fellow and Award of Merit recipient, Tann has been a Society member since 1988, and serves on Committees C12 on Mortars and Grouts for Unit Masonry and C15 on Manufactured Masonry Units.
Environmental Protection Agency aggression fostered an unlikely contingent seeking federal court relief: The American Iron & Steel Institute and American Wood Council joined Portland Cement Association, Brick Industry Association, National Lime Association and 13 other business or industry groups late last month in a National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) legal effort to stop implementation of the Clean Power Plan.