By Shantel Lipp, SHCA President
The province is now in election mode. Promises are being made to the electorate with each party vying for industry's vote. Though infrastructure doesn't tug on anyone's heartstrings, it is a vitality important component of our social framework. So, as you consider who you want to represent you on April 4 remember that 70 per cent of exports coming from Saskatchewan are transported by truck, which means nothing moves until the roads are built.
New programs from Women Building Futures offer a win-win for heavy construction companies and women
By Candice G. Ball
As the heavy construction industry braces for a mass exodus of retiring boomers over the next decade, organizations such as Edmontonbased Women Building Futures (WBF) have stepped up to not only recruit women to the industry but also to ...
Construction of the Regina Bypass continues on time and on budget with the assistance of Saskatchewan companies. At least 22 local companies are now playing significant roles in the massive transportation infrastructure project and that numver will increase as construction picks up on the other areas of the project in the coming months.