Who We Are

Winnipeg Construction Association

Winnipeg Construction Association (WCA) is Manitoba’s oldest and largest construction association, serving the construction community in Manitoba since 1904.

Winnipeg Construction Association is an incorporated, not-for-profit trade association representing commercial contractors and suppliers throughout Manitoba. Our current membership stands at more than 800 member firms, including manufacturers, suppliers, financial institutions, lawyers, insurance and bonding companies and brokers.

As membership grows, so do our services. In addition to our construction information, our expanded services include educational and networking opportunities, lobbying, and advocacy functions.

Not a member of WCA? We encourage you to explore our services and consider membership. We welcome your comments at wca@winnipegconstruction.ca.

Mission Statement

To serve and promote the construction industry in Manitoba, and to enhance the quality of work and the prosperity of its members.

Objectives

The objectives of the Winnipeg Construction Association can be summarized as follows:

  • To represent the commercial construction industry at all levels of government and to ensure that the industry has input into policy development and changing legislation.
  • To maintain an active liaison with business, professional, and community organizations to ensure that issues of mutual concern can be addressed.
  • To provide networking opportunities for members including meetings, golf tournaments, and social events.
  • To develop educational seminars that address current and emerging issues such as builders’ lien, construction law, and technology issues.
  • To operate, for the benefit of members, a construction information service that facilitates sharing and viewing of plans and projects out for tender.
  • To develop membership programs that take advantage of a large company base and generate cost or service advantages for members.

Our History

The Winnipeg Construction Association was founded as the Winnipeg Builders Exchange, just as the city was to embark on a ten-year construction boom.

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