ITA gathers 79 Member Nations.
In ITA Statutes, a Member Nation is an organization that represents its country inside ITA. One country can only be represented by one and unique body. This body can be an open or a close organization.
- Independent association with goal to develop knowledge in tunnelling as well as of use of underground space – Ex : Argentina, Belgium, Canada, France
- Committee of an overall organization active in civil engineering, mining, geotechnics … - Ex : Brazil, UK, USA
Corporation and individuals (as far as they fulfill the conditions) can participate in the activities of the association.
For the Companies and organization ITA proposes different categories and benefits. Association (ITA) rallies organizations that share same values and a common vision of the current and future of industry needs. As partner (Affiliate member, Supporter or Prime Sponsor), ITA enhances your influence on the worldwide market by offering a high level platform and a large variety of communication tools: ITA website inclusion, World Tunneling Congress (WTC), international events, newsletter and media resources.
Your implication as a partner is a ensures that your organization and your point of view will be taken into account at the higher level of worldwide authority. Thanks to its notoriety, ITA offers a large audience to their partners through its own website (per year, it is 60.000 visits from 180 countries or 250.000 pages seen), social networking and different events.
The Partners have access to internationally recognised influential experts. Currently, we count 128 Corporate Affiliate Members (CAM), 40 Supporters (SUP) and 14 Prime Sponsors (PS).
ITA was granted the Category II status as Non Governmental Organisation by the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, in 1987, collaborates regularly to UN authorities, namely UN-HAbitat, UN ISDR, UN-ECE, ECOSOC, FAO, etc.
ITA has developped relationship with other international organizations such European Union, or Association such as the World Road Association (PIARC), the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE), the International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM), the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), the International federation of municipal Engineers (IFME), the International Tunnelling Insurance Group (ITIG), the International Road Federation (IRF), the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) and others.