Canadian Construction Association

Established in 1918, Canadian Construction Association’s (CCA) vision is to build Canada with ethics, skills and responsibility. CCA’s mission is to be the national voice for the Canadian construction industry.

Members firms join CCA through their local or provincial construction associations and are entitled to numerous membership benefits including standard documents, construction guides, as well as updates on federal public policy and regulatory requirements.

Across Canada, CCA represents more than 20,000 members firms drawn from 64 local and provincial integrated partner associations. CCA gives voice to the public policy, legal and standards development goals of contractors, suppliers and allied business professionals working in, or with, Canada’s non-residential construction industry.

British Columbia Construction Association

The British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) represents 2000 companies working in the institutional, commercial and industrial construction sectors of our province. Advocating to foster an economic and political climate to promote growth, competition and success for our industry, the BCCA also provides technologies and services to support BC construction businesses of all sizes. BCCA members are business owners and leaders from across our industry.   General and trade contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, allied services, owners and developers, work together to insure key issues are known and understood by decision makers and stakeholder groups.  These efforts include a focus on procurement, skilled workforce, safety, and ethics.

Vancouver Island Construction Association

As the Vancouver Island Construction Association (VICA), we serve our construction community: the institutional, commercial, industrial, civil, and multi-residential construction sectors on Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, and other coastal areas of British Columbia. VICA members come from all areas of our construction community from owners, architects, and engineers to consultants and contractors. We’re made up of a diverse group of individuals — women, men, young, and old — that bring unique skills and experience to the workforce. Together, we contribute to the dynamic construction industry in BC!

BCCSA - Large COR Certified

The Certificate of Recognition (COR) is a voluntary incentive program that recognizes companies who develop and implement health and safety and injury management systems that meet an industry standard. The program rewards employers who take a strategic approach to workplace safety and are committed to reducing both the human and financial costs of workplace injuries. COR certification is offered by WorkSafeBC and delivered through Certifying Partners . The BCCSA is the COR Certifying Partner for employers in the construction industry.

ISNetworld Member Contractor

Established in 2001, ISN® is the global leader in contractor and supplier management. We support more than 500 Hiring Clients in capital-intensive industries to help manage more than 60,000 contractors and suppliers with operations in over 85 countries. ISN takes pride in leading efforts to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of contractor management systems and in serving as a forum for sharing industry best practices among our members.

Mining Suppliers Association of B.C. (MSABC)

The Mining Suppliers Association of B.C. (MSABC) membership provides equipment, products and related services to the B.C. mining industry. MSABC comprises companies located in Vancouver and in mining communities throughout the province, as well as Alberta, Ontario and Washington State. It is affiliated with the Mining Association of British Columbia (MABC), which represents corporations engaged in operating and developing mine sites in B.C.

MSABC is a strong partner of MABC in building industry initiatives that focus on sustainability, land use, engagement with Indigenous communities, government relations and public awareness.

BC Road Builders and Heavy Construction Association

The BC Road Builders and Heavy Construction Association is a non-profit organization that represents firms in the BC road building and maintenance industry. Our 250 member companies represent privatized highway maintenance contractors, construction contractors, underground/utility contractors, paving contractors and the various service and supply companies in the industry.

Our mandate is to communicate with the public and government about critical transportation issues. We are the recognized advocate for infrastructure development and a balanced, safe transportation system that sustains and promotes provincial economic growth.

UDI Pacific Region

The Urban Development Institute is a non-profit association of the development industry and its related professions that is non-partisan in its activities. With over 850 corporate members, UDI Pacific represents thousands of individuals involved in all facets of land development and planning, including: developers, property managers, financial lenders, lawyers, engineers, planners, architects, appraisers, real estate professionals, local governments and government agencies.

Since 1972, the Pacific Region has been dedicated to fostering effective communication between the industry, government, and the public; and aims to improve both housing and job opportunities for all British Columbians. UDI Pacific also serves as the public voice of the real estate development industry, communicating with local governments, the media, and community groups. UDI concentrates its activities in three primary areas: government and community relations, research, and professional development and education.

Clean Energy BC

CEBC is an industry association that promotes the growth of BC’s clean energy industry by advocating for environmentally responsible and viable power generation, transmission, and management resources that serve the public by providing cost effective electricity. This goal entails assisting the manufacturing, supply, and service industries that shape clean energy production in BC and around the world. CEBC strives to maintain strong relationships with all levels of government, BC Hydro, First Nations communities, environmental organizations and the public.