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Purpose & Objectives

Your Association

The Heavy Civil Association of Newfoundland and Labrador is an influential organization which represents you and your Company’s interest in meetings and discussions with Government Departments and Agencies, Municipal Councils, Engineering Consultants and the General Public. We are your voice in the Road Construction, Water & Sewer and Heavy Construction Industries.

Your Association’s Objectives

  • To speak for the Heavy Civil industry engaged in highway construction and paving, concrete structure construction, municipal infrastructure projects, water and sewer projects, marine construction and other civil construction projects.
  • To develop and implement approved standard tendering and contractual practices and procedures. To develop rental rates for equipment used in the industry.
  • To promote good working relationships among its Members and Associate Members.
  • Give preference to Associate Members when purchasing materials, services and labour.
  • To help develop Occupational Health and Safety Regulations.
  • To be aware of environmental specifications and regulations.
  • To provide opportunities for members to socialize and to disseminate relevant industry information

 

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Memorandum and Articles Of Association Revised 2014 (4)

 

Latest News

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  • Canada’s Core Public Infrastructure Survey: Roads, bridges and tunnels

      Roads Canada’s road network, as reported by this survey, was long enough in 2016 to circle the Earth’s equator more than 19 times. Statistics Canada, in partnership with Infrastructure Canada, has launched its first-ever catalogue of the state of the nation’s infrastructure to provide statistical information on the stock, condition, performance and asset management strategies of Canada’s core […]

  • Provinces, territories receive federal gas tax funding

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  • City of St. John’s – Bid Bonds will only be accepted in Digital Bid Bond format

    In an effort to ensure the City of St. John’s is receiving acceptable bids we are changing our tendering process to allow for the acceptance of Digital Bid Bonds. It is important to note that a scanned and uploaded copy of a paper bid bond is not a Digital Bid Bond. Please be advised that […]

  • Premier Ball Announces over $10 Million Investment in Municipal Capital Works

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  • Freedom of Information Act

    Our Industry has no issue with the Freedom of Information Act (FOI) in general and understand the benefits of open and transparent government. After having stated the above, the HCANL believes that the legislation has gone from very little information being released (Bill 29) to the current situation of commercially sensitive competitive details being released. […]

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