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Together, we are better. Now that we can host and attend events, we have a few coming up that offer our members a great opportunity to move forward their interests. Mark your calendars with these events in November.
Industry consultation with SHCA members helped Southeast College develop a program that will benefit all heavy construction stakeholders in the province
The federal government’s report on the responses to its call for input on a national infrastructure assessment appears to be setting the right strategy, in line with submissions from major construction associations, including the Western Canada Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association (WCR&HCA).
On Aug. 19, SHCA hosted its first in-person event since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The SHCA Southern Golf Tournament was a great success. Thank you to all participants and an especially large thank you to the event sponsors. It was wonderful to see faces once again!
Tech companies and OEMs have been investing heavily in 3D machine control technologies in the roadbuilding sector to help paving and milling operations build longer-lasting roads. But how exactly have some of these technologies been improving operations?
Featuring Ray Nielsen, highways manager for Carmacks
suggests that the event and equipment industry in Canada will grow nearly 10 per cent this year, reaching almost $5.4 billion.
As Canada plans massive investments in infrastructure, key industry associations are calling for a focus on trade-enabling projects.