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Thursday, January 28, 2016

7:30 am - 12:00 pm

featuring:

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Hon. Gordon Wyant, Q.C.
Saskatchewan Minister of Justice and Attorney General

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His Worship Mayor Donald Atchison

City of Saskatoon

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His Worship Mayor Michael Fougere

City of Regina


Saskatchewan is one of Canada’s most active P3 markets and it has quickly developed nine projects at the provincial and municipal level in a variety of sectors. What has been key to their success? How is value for money assessed? What are the opportunities for smaller companies? How have Regina and Saskatoon leveraged the P3 model to develop much-needed infrastructure? Join us at this CCPPP seminar featuring:

Sign up today for classes that will give you and your team the advantage you’re looking for Monday, Jan. 18, 2016

 

WHMIS Train the Trainer (88/15GHS) Regina 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

This half-day course should be taken by one or two people within the company. This will give them the knowledge and skills to do site specific training on WHMIS as required by legislation.

Media Release from Golden Opportunities Fund Inc.

Golden Opportunities Fund Inc. ("Golden") is pleased to announce an investment transaction to complete the management buyout of HJR Asphalt Partnership ("HJR Asphalt" or the "Company"). 

Golden invested $10.5 million into the management buyout, in syndication with the Westcap MBO Investment LP (the "MBO Fund"), which are both funds under the management of Westcap Mgt. Ltd. ("Westcap").  The total transaction value was $26.3 million to acquire a majority ownership of HJR Asphalt alongside key executive employees.

There are now two easy ways to make sure your contacts and details are up-to-date at saskheavy.ca

SHCA works hard for you and your business interests all year long – and we want to be able to get in touch with you to share news, events and important changes in our industry.

As technology brings new efficiencies to heavy construction, Sask Polytech plans to update and upgrade its tools of the trade

By Sara Bedal

Technology is changing at a breakneck speed, transforming the smallest—and the largest—of tools. This includes the loaders, graders, excavators, crawler tractors and other equipment essential to heavy construction. Equipped with the latest electronics, these high-tech machines are helping us do our jobs faster and with greater accuracy.

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