The Canadian Association Of Equipment Distributors is dedicated to the promotion and development of career opportunities for potential employees of the Heavy Equipment Industry, while providing networking and communication opportunities for its Membership through regular meetings and contact.
The Ontario Road Builders' Association represents the majority of contractors that construct and maintain the provincial highway system and Ontario's municipal roads and bridges.
The Ontario Hot Mix Producers Association was formed in 1974 to provide a voice for hot mix asphalt producers on all asphalt related subjects that affect the industry or the of member companies.
The Greater Toronto Sewer and Watermain Contractors Association represents sewer and watermain contractors throughout the GTA. Established in 1957 it's concerns include labour relations, water systems management, legislation,the environment, health and safety,contract terms, engineering to name a few.
Ontario Stone, Sand and Gravel Association is a non-profit industry association representing over 250 sand, gravel and crushed stone producers and suppliers of valuable industry products and services in Ontario.
Founded 1966 The Hamilton & District Heavy Construction Association (Hand) includes members of the sewer, watermain and road contractors industry, including supply services and related industry consultants throughout South Central Ontario, monitoring labour, health and safety issues as well as annually organizing social and networking events.
The Ontario Sewer and Watermain Construction Association has represented the sewer and watermain construction industry for over 38 years. Reaching all levels of government on behalf of our growing membership, over 700 companies are represented within the industry, performing over $1 billion capital projects annually.
The Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario was formed in 2005 by major contractor associations and construction unions. RCCAO’s goal is to work in cooperation with governments and stakeholders to encouraging more strategic infrastructure investment and seek ways to fast-track priority projects.
The Toronto Area Road Builders Association represents the unionized road builders working in Board area 8 also including Simcoe County and Muskoka District. TARBA is the accredited voice of the road building industry to both the Operating Engineers Local 793 and Labourers International Union of North America Local 183.
Toromont is the Caterpillar dealer for construction equipment and power generation in the provinces of Ontario, Newfoundland, Manitoba and Nunavut. In addition to Caterpillar Toromont represent the Metso line of crushing equipment and Trimble machine control and guidance products.
The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is the Ontario agency responsible for constructing and maintaining the provincial highway system, as well as regulating and enforcing vehicle and driver licensing requirements throughout the province.
Formed in 1918 by 200 industry leaders to improve work conditions and inform people about the industry, practices, standards for business ethics, education and labour matters. CCA today has a powerful voice and is a source of support for the Canadian Construction industry for today and tomorrow.
The Canadian Association of Women in Construction was incorporated in 2005 by women employed in construction and related fields in Canada, It’s mission is to facilitate the success of women in the Canadian construction industry by uniting their voices, knowledge and resources through the passion of members and the women they inspire.
Formed in 1997 by local contractors the Durham Region Heavy Contractors Association has 26 member companies. Their focus is to improve and standardize construction practices, mainly the Health and Safety of workers. One of the other main objectives is to promote the construction industry as an attractive career choice for youths.
An organization of contractors in the heavy civil engineering construction sector with projects ranging from bridge construction and rehabilitation, tunnels, marine construction, structure foundations and other infrastructure in Toronto.
Dedicated to developing public awareness in order to increase and accelerate municipal infrastructure investment and ultimately build better quality communities and local economy for ourselves and future generations.
RMCAO is the voice and resource of the concrete and construction industries across Ontario. Representing over 96% of all concrete production and manufacturing, RMCAO continually promotes concrete’s sustainable advantages and benefits to society. RMCAO brings education, technologies, research and innovation to architects, designers, contractors and concrete companies.