If you’re planning to attend the Western Canada Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association (WCR&HCA)’s Annual Convention next month in Hawaii, time is running out to receive the group hotel booking rates.
Join us April 8, 2015 at the Delta Hotel in Regina
Saskatchewan is moving forward with public private partnership (P3) projects to meet the increased infrastructure demands of a growing province. This method of financing major infrastructure projects is helping communities, health regions, as well as the businesses build up our infrastructure. In order to ensure that the business community is ready to participate in these opportunities, enhanced knowledge is required. The 2015 summit will provide real market advice from today's foremost experts in Saskatchewan and beyond.
Proudly co-hosted by Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, the Saskatchewan Construction Association and the Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association.
Register today: http://chambermaster.saskchamber.com/Events/details/p3-summit-2015-199
Hwy. 6 between Minton and Regway - May 21, 2014. Photo courtesy Allan Barilla, Morsky Construction
Like many others at this time of year, the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is reflecting on the challenges and successes of another year gone.
“Our government recognizes the importance of safe and efficient highways to the people of the province,” Highways and Infrastructure Minister Nancy Heppner said. “A solid transportation system is the foundation of our plan to grow Saskatchewan’s economy and improve the quality of life for all our citizens.”
The Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association (SHCA) and TalentC® - People Services Inc. congratulate Chelsea Cameron, SHCA's administrative assistant, on the successful completion of the International Certification for Mentoring (ICM), Level 1 Mentor Training Program. Chelsea completed all the elements of the Level 1 program and passed the exam with the highest mark yet attained for the level.
The 2015 Saskatchewan Construction Association (SCA) Membership Roster and Buyer's Guide is now in production and the SCA online membership database is used to populate the book. Each member has access to, and is responsible for, updating their information to be published. Visit www.scaonline.ca and click on the "Member Login" button to review your information and select your trade listings today. If you need assistance, please call the SCA office at 306-525-0171.