Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association (SHCA)
If something big is happening in the province that's where you'll find OUR members working. If the earth moved, it was us!
SHCA members come from all across the province of Saskatchewan and represent companies large and small. The SHCA is a member driven organization with a Board of Directors drawn from the membership, and a President and staff who work with the Board to provide the best representation, advocacy, and services to all members.
The Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association (formally the Roadbuilder's Association) was first formed in 1919 to be the voice for members of the heavy civil construction industry, as well as a service center for members to stay current with tender information, technology, standards and regulations and other changes in the industry.
The Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association is committed to the heavy civil construction industry by improving and enhancing the image of the Association as the voice of the industry within Saskatchewan and broadening the scope of members to represent all aspects of the industry. Through our profile and presence the work the SHCA does directly impacts the decisions of government affecting core infrastructure funding that supports economic growth within the province of Saskatchewan.