Kelly Panteluk Construction Ltd.,
SHCA unites our industry to represent common issues we, as contractors, face in the changing business environment. One of the most valuable aspects of our membership has been the opportunity to be a part of a strong lobby voice within the province. Additionally, we’ve had better access to safety and other training programs for our employees as a result of our participation in the association over the years.
ASL Paving Ltd.,
The most valuable aspect of membership is the connectivity it gives our managers on keeping track of what is happening in our industry. Knowing what jobs are out for tender and the bid results are a key reason why we have kept our membership. In addition to the daily tender information, we have an opportunities to keep connected with our suppliers at SHCA functions such as golf tournaments and the annual convention.
Regina Airport Authority,
“Demand for air travel is growing on a daily basis and Regina is no exception. Our airport is meeting the demand by investing in our infrastructure. This year, we are improving the major runway at Regina Airport that will allow us to grow and continue to connect to the world. A long-term commitment to investing in transportation infrastructure is what will keep the growth going in our city and our province.”
Saskatchewan Trucking Association,
“Our province has a lot of what the world wants. Global demand for made-in-Saskatchewan products continues to grow every year. The trucking industry is responsible for delivering those products to the world and good roads make that happen. A long-term commitment to investing in transportation infrastructure is what will keep the growth going.”
Regina and District Chamber of Commerce,
“Regina drivers may be a little frustrated now that road construction season is upon us. But having good infrastructure helps our business community operate, prosper and grow. By supporting local road builders to build and repair Regina roads, we keep those dollars in our community where everyone benefits. When our local businesses prosper, we all prosper.”
“In Saskatchewan, we manufacture and produce what the world needs. Last year, Saskatchewan agriculture exports were the largest on record with total international sales of $18.4 billion. What we produce here has to get to market. To meet this goal, it is vital to maintain and grow our infrastructure needs. A long-term commitment to investing in transportation infrastructure is what will keep the province growing.”