Understanding that today’s youth will be the workforce of tomorrow, CCA members realize the importance of investing in educational programs and supporting educators in engineering, technology and the construction trades.
Because of your support the CCA Education Fund has awarded over half a million dollars in scholarships to hundreds of deserving students along with employees of CCA member firms.
*Please note that sponsors have first right of commitment on the golfer spots available*
Space is limited to 144 golfers. President, Constructor and Master level sponsors will be given priority for golf registration. This tournament always sells out and CCA will do its best to allow for additional golfers. Register early so not to miss out!
We are deeply troubled by the extent of destruction of communities affected by the wildfires currently raging in British Columbia. As a member-centric association and as an industry we must step up and help in all ways possible to support those affected e.g. through volunteerism, or provision of supplies, equipment, un-used camp accommodations and /or financial donations. Here4BC was created in an effort to bring the construction industry together, from companies to associations throughout Canada to support those who have been displaced, lost homes, businesses and much more as a result of these wildfires.
CCA is planning a tailgate event for the Calgary Stampeders Game on Friday, September 29, 2017.
We are currently working on finalizing details of the event and will have more information and discounted tickets available for purchase soon! We hope you can join us on September 29th, 2017 for good times, laughs and libations as we cheer on the Stamps who will be taking on the Montreal Alouettes.
Document Control with Revu teaches you and your staff Document Control practices using Bluebeam Revu. This full-day training course provides you and your staff with the knowledge and skills to take plain PDF construction documents and create smart PDF’s that can give project teams accurate and up to date information at all times.
ACA attended a July 25th workshop hosted by the Alberta Government. On behalf of members, ACA expressed the following concerns:
Employers need legislative certainty that protection of workplace safety trumps privacy and human rights. Perhaps this takes the form of OHS, privacy, and human rights legislation all being amended to confirm statutory protection of employers provided they are appropriately implementing Government approved policy and procedures
Employers need Government to establish an evidence-based risk threshold measure of impairment
Education and awareness of the signs and impacts of acute and chronic use of cannabis is needed for workers and supervisors
Harmonization across provinces is desirable given that construction workers are mobile and construction companies operate beyond Alberta
Targeted Infrastructure Investments Key to Solving Economic Challenges
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce recently released a new report that finds focused infrastructure investments can help solve many of the major economic challenges that Canada faces. Read more
5 Trends Shaping the Future of Offsite Construction
The construction industry has found itself at a crossroads. While the industry has been resistant to change, the built world around it has not been — and the need for additional housing, offices, schools, hospitals and more in shorter timeframes is only growing. As product manufacturers of all kinds have retooled with replicability and expediency in mind, construction companies are taking note of their success. Read more