For two days in November, Saskatchewan’s construction industry came together to learn and celebrate another successful season.
SHCA would like to again thank everyone who attended our 2015 Fall Convention in Regina, Sask. Nov. 19 and 20 for the overwhelming show of support for our association.
Media Release from the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure
Work is underway on Saskatchewan’s first free-flow overpass at the junction of the new Regina Bypass and Victoria Avenue East near the city limits.
Register before Dec. 15 to take advantage of the discounted rate.
We’re down to the last week of early bird registration the Western Canada Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association (WCR&HCA) in Hawaii this Feb. 7-10.
The Canadian Construction Association congratulates the Mowat Centre: Ontario’s Voice on Public Policy for its latest contribution to Canadian policy development through its report, From the Ground Up: The Role of Local Governments in Building Canada’s Economic Infrastructure Network. The Mowat Centre is the latest Canadian organization to examine the link between public infrastructure, economic competitiveness and the role of local government and provide recommendations on how best to address Canada’s infrastructure gap.