Saskatchewan is growing – so is the need for heavy construction

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Saskatchewan is growing – so is the need for heavy construction


Saskatchewan is growing, and so is the need for heavy construction – from starting new roads to serving industrial sites to the beginnings of neighbourhoods, buildings, and other projects, there is always work to be done.

Construction of all kinds consists of rapidly changing and diversifying fields of expertise, and that’s where our classification comes in. “Heavy” refers to the type of work our members do, which always involves heavy equipment.

If earth needs to be moved, if a road is being built, or a commercial project is breaking ground, our members are working on that site.

Heavy construction involves highly trained, skilled employees who must first complete the appropriate courses and training to work in the industry. To learn more about training or jobs:

What we don’t do is residential construction or any kind of building construction. To learn more about those types of construction, you can visit our partner agencies at:

The Regina Construction Association The Regina & Region Home Builders Association Saskatoon Construction Association Moose Jaw Construction Association

The Saskatchewan Construction Association also serves all groups and members.

Bulletin PST- 71 (outlines information for suppliers of sand, gravel, crushed/screened bases and decorative rock.)

Bulletin PST-28 (outlines information for Asphalt Paving Contractors and Suppliers of Asphalt Paving Mixtures.)

Heavy Construction Safety Association of Saskatchewan
Canadian Construction Association Careers In Civil Construction
Canadian Construction Association
Great Plains College
Canadian Construction Women
Southeast Regional College
Carlton Trail College