If something big is happening,
that's where you will find SHCA members working.
If the earth moved, it was us.
SHCA is committed to the
heavy construction industry
by actively promoting quality, cost-effective and socially responsoble services
SHCA represents heavy construction
with over 200 members and growing
We are the Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association (SHCA).
Our members are from all across Saskatchewan and we represent companies large and small. You’ll find them working on jobsites everywhere in our province and sometimes beyond.
We are a member-driven organization with a president and staff who work with our board of directors, drawn from our regular and associate companies, to provide the best representation, advocacy and services.
The official magazine and voice of the SHCA. Widely circulated to thousands in Saskatchewan, the ThinkBIG audience is comprised of the key decision-makers involved in the purchase of equipment/products/services in the heavy construction industry.
The Interchange reaches SHCA members every month. This digital newsletter arrives on desktop computers, mobile phones and tablets, keeping members up-to-date on all the news that is important to Saskatchewan’s heavy construction industry.
The SHCA Equipment Rental Rates Guide & Membership Roster is mailed directly to all members of the association and available for purchase by non-members at the SHCA office. To view the online version, you need a user name and password.
“If something big is happening, that’s where you’ll find our members working.
If the Earth moved, it was us.”
“Saskatchewan is growing,
so is the need for heavy construction”
To grow the association by developing effective affiliations with other groups and associations both inside and outside the industry and by broadening the scope of members to represent all aspects of the industry.
To increase the stability of the association by promoting and supporting strong involvement in the association through their committee opportunities and their social and educational events. Recruiting younger members is considered critical to ensuring the long-term success and vitality of the association.
Ensure long-term success of the association by improving and enhancing the image of the association as the voice of the industry in the province. This will be achieved through becoming more effective as an organization at the committee and staff level as well as through providing outstanding services to members that they truly value.