The ACA works to unite persons, firms and corporations related to the production of ready mixed concrete in the Atlantic Provinces, in a non-profit association to promote and encourage the use and consumption of the products of the industry in the market area of this Association.
Since 1962, the BC Ready-Mixed Concrete Association has been helping the concrete industry promote the interest of its membership and deal with the challenges of a dynamic marketplace. We advocate for the industry and partner with the public and private organizations whose work impacts our industry. BCRMCA staff and member companies work cooperatively with all levels of government to ensure the ready-mixed concrete industry operate harmoniously within our communities and the environment.
The Canadian Ready Mixed Concrete Association (CRMCA) is a non-profit association established in 1981 to represent federally legislated issues impacting the ready mixed concrete industry. CRMCA is an association whose membership comprises each of Canada's provincial/regional ready mixed concrete associations and national cement industry.
The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association is the leading industry advocate in the United States. Their mission is to provide exceptional value for our members by responsibly representing and serving the entire ready mixed concrete through leadership, promotion, education, and partnering to ensure ready mixed concrete is the building material of choice.
Works to foster and advance the interests of those who are engaged in or who are directly connected with or affected by the manufacture, distribution and sale of ready mixed concrete within the Province of Ontario.
Concrete is Green.
A concrete septic tank is your environmentally friendly, long term investment choice.
The proven technology of concrete septic tanks is more durable than the alternative, will not 'float' in high water tables, keeps used plastic tanks out of landfills and provides excellent value and peace of mind for the home owner.
Established in February 1994, the Nova Scotia Construction Safety Association (NSCSA) is a not-for-profit association funded by and responsible to the construction industry.
The NSCSA’s mandate is to effect a positive culture shift within the provincial construction industry. This culture shift is brought about through the use of strategic interventions intended to create an environment which makes this change possible. The NSCSA delivers safety education and other safety oriented services in every region of Nova Scotia.
The Nova Scotia Home Builders’ Association is the representative voice of the residential construction industry in Nova Scotia. The mission of the Association is to provide professionalism in all aspects of our industry and provide quality, affordable housing choices for Nova Scotians.
The Nova Scotia Road Builders Association represents 143 member companies comprised of heavy civil, marine, sewer and water contractors and their industry suppliers. These members are responsible for employing more than 7500 people annually, with an estimated payroll of $375 million. Founded in 1947, the association and its members play an integral part of building the province, it roads, and its crucial infrastructure components, and have so for more than 60 years. The association is directed by a board comprised of industry professionals who volunteer their time and are willing to participate in helping direct the association. Our Executive Director, with the support of our Administrative staff is responsible for executing the initiatives and objectives proposed by the industry board members and the membership as a whole.
A federation of associations organized to perform a co-ordinating function for reaching consensus and to effectively present the Industry's collective views to various client groups, particularly to relevant departments and agencies of the provincial government.
The New Brunswick Road Builders & Heavy Construction Association
(NB RBHCA) is a non-profit organization representing contractors, support service firms, suppliers and engineers. Collectively our members are responsible for the vast majority of provincial road building and municipal infrastructure projects in New Brunswick.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Construction Association (NLCA), as the 'voice of the provincial construction industry,' provides a forum through which members can discuss and resolve matters of common interests. Our goal is to co-ordinate and develop policies and programs that will enhance the professionalism, productivity and profitability of members.
The mission of the Construction Association of PEI is to foster, promote and advance the interests and efficiency of the construction industry in Prince Edward Island by acting on behalf of and for its members.
CANPav™ is a free, safe, secure website where users can quickly determine the cost advantages of using concrete as the paving material for municipal streets and roads and commercial parking lots. CANPav™ is unique because you have complete control over both the concrete and asphalt cross-sections and the construction cost inputs that will be used to construct the municipal streets or the commercial parking lot estimates. You then quickly compare the initial construction costs of the two paving materials and see how cost competitive concrete paving can be.
The Concrete Promoters Resource Center has been developed to assist promoters in creating broader awareness of the benefits of concrete through enhanced communication, shared knowledge and access to the best tools. Visitors to the site can view and download promotion photos, videos and presentations, consult a directory of industry promoters, search databases of previous projects and success stories, and review tools and materials available to support the industrys parking lot strategic plan and other key concrete applications.
This web-enabled application is an easy-to-use tool that electronically captures all segments of the conceptual selection process that owners and designers must consider when initiating new building projects. Using it can quickly help you become familiar with this proven step-by-step process for the selection of the optimum building structural system.
The program was developed for decision makers who want an easy yet complete method of data gathering and evaluation, to ensure that all pertinent criteria is properly considered. This project represents collaboration between the Ontario Cast-in-Place Concrete Development Council (OCCDC) and the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI), and is applicable to building projects in Canada.
The EcoSmart Foundation is a non-profit Canadian corporation based in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Our mission is to advance innovative technologies and practices that are ecologically and economically smart.
EcoSmart specializes in creating collaborative industry-government partnerships to further sustainability, primarily within the building and construction industries. Throughout Canada and internationally, EcoSmart works to shift market forces, policy and public awareness toward the development of sustainable economies, ecologies and societies.