Consider our industry’s needs for infrastructure investment and skilled trades training before you cast your vote on Oct. 19
INVESTING IN INFRASTRUCTURE IS THE KEY TO GROWING THE ECONOMY AND SUPPORTING IMPORTANT SOCIAL SERVICES
We all want opportunities for our younger people without having to move to another region. We all deserve to have good hospitals and health care services for our families and our growing number of seniors.
The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is releasing its fall tender plan, announcing more than $174 million of highway work for the 2016 construction season.
The projects include about 50 km of paving, 115 km of repaving, 40 km in grading and paving, 50 km of maintenance, five bridge replacements or rehabilitations and two culvert installations.
Media Release from the Government of Saskatchewan
Effective Sept. 1, Saskatchewan Crown corporations are taking advantage of exemptions in the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) to improve procurement opportunities for businesses in Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, the provinces under the New West Partnership Trade Agreement (NWPTA).
It’s a fact, Jack! The Saskatchewan Heavy Construction (SHCA)’s Annual Fall Convention will be held Nov.19-20, 2015 at the Delta Hotel and Convention Centre in Regina, Sask.
Members celebrated a day of golf, laughs and friends
Photo courtesy of Allan Barilla, Morsky Construction Ltd.
The first annual SHCA Southern Saskatchewan Golf Tournament was a huge success. We want to thank the 124 golfers that came out on Sept. 17 to join us!