Understanding that today’s youth will be the workforce of tomorrow, CCA members recognize 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 including 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!
Thank you to Bird Construction Ltd. for stepping up from a Constructor to President level sponsorship!
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.
On behalf of Dr. Janaka Ruwanpura, CCA members have been invited to participate in a research project initiated by the Calgary Construction Association which intends to determine the extent in which BIM is used in the industry and to identify the challenges and opportunities to implement BIM on construction projects in Calgary, Alberta and Canada.
Participation in the research is completely voluntary and the contents of the interview will be confidential. Information identifying the participant will not be disclosed under any circumstances, and will remain with the University of Calgary.
Members Exclusive: The Art of Leadership for Women
The Art of Leadership for Women conference is coming to Calgary on October 24th, join 1200+ women leaders from across Alberta for this exceptional day of learning.
This year's speaker lineup features Valerie Jarrett (Former Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama), Amanda Lang (Anchor, Bloomberg TV Canada and Bestselling Author), Jessica Herrin (CEO & Founder of Stella & Dot and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author) and more. For more information, you can visit: The Art of Leadership for Women
Register using promo code CCA20 and save $50 off per pass for 1-4 people and save $100 off per pass when registering 5 or more together.
Wednesday, September 6th & Thursday, September 7th, 2017
7:15 AM - 4:30 PM MDT
Calgary Construction Centre
Productivity is the Key to Profitability - Entering the construction industry and trying to learn a piece here and a piece there is not effective. Now there is a course designed to put the pieces of the construction industry puzzle together.
In today’s construction world, getting work means you have to get “Invited to the Party”. The course brings together “a great panel of experienced construction experts (Peter W., Labbe-Leech Interiors)” who have participated on both sides of the RFQ, RFP and interview gauntlet, as well as provides a hands-on approach to writing and presenting your organization with its best foot forward. This course is “succinct, to the point, and highly engaging (Bradley M., Westcor Construction)” and provides both the individual and organization with a new approach.
The Government of Canada wishes to inform you of an upcoming multi-stakeholder workshop regarding proposed regulations on formaldehyde emissions from composite wood products.
More information on this initiative can be found on the Formaldehyde webpage accessible on the Government of Canada website.
Interested parties who wish to participate in this initiative may include stakeholders in the composite wood sector such as producers, importers, and companies who distribute/sell composite wood products. This may include hardwood plywood, medium-density fibreboard, particleboard, and laminated products as well as finished goods made from these composite wood products. Other interested stakeholders may include non-governmental organizations; Indigenous peoples; labour organizations; provincial and territorial governments.
Senators Boost Northern Corridor Infrastructure Plan
A Senate committee has issued a report supporting the creation of a Northern Corridor, a multi-billion-dollar infrastructure proposal to establish a 7,000-kilometre multi-modal right-of-way across Canada’s mid north. Read more
Stanford Develops a Robot That Grows Like a Vine
Like a game Snake come to life, a new robot being developed at Stanford grows like a vine and has the ability to weave through tight spaces to provide applications from disaster relief to simplifying construction projects. Read more
August’s Success Stories Now Available
Himanshu, Ashley, David and Daniel explain why they got Gold Seal certified and what kind of an effect it has had on them and their career. Read more