The Prince Albert Construction Association (PACA), a group of professional contractors and suppliers/manufacturers, has been operating for approximately 50 years, since the early 1960's.
The Prince Albert Construction Association, a group of professional contractors and suppliers/manufacturers, has been operating for approximately 50 years, since the early 1960's. The PACA mission includes the betterment of the construction industry and ensures all members are kept current on industry information. The PACA also facilitates the liaison with the Canadian Construction Association, Saskatchewan Construction Association, Saskatchewan Bid Depository and other industry and trade related groups.
The Prince Albert Construction Association provides you with complete access to a weekly bulletin outlining current projects out for tender, pre-bid reporting, lows and awards results, and other construction related events / courses in our area. Our members have access to the in house plans room service which includes plans reservation, large format printing (drawings), photocopying, reference material, and miscellaneous publications. Becoming a member means you will also be an integrated member with the Saskatchewan Construction Association and the Canadian Construction Association. Through the PACA Board of Directors all members are kept current on National and Provincial issues. Members also receive an SCA Provincial Roster & Buyer's Guide which lists all current members throughout the province.
Criteria for Membership
Membership in the Prince Albert Construction Association is primarily made up of professional contractors and commercial/industrial suppliers/manufacturers.
These members include:
- Individuals, firms, partnerships and incorporated companies engaged in the building trade as a General Contractor.
- Individuals, firms, partnerships and incorporated companies engaged in the building trade as a Trade Contractor/Subcontractor.
Manufacturer and Supplier Member
- Individuals, firms, partnerships and incorporated companies engaged in the building trade as a Manufacturer or Supplier of building materials, tools or equipment.
There are three classes of membership in the Association, which could be briefly defined as follows:
Full Member: is designated as one who has voting privileges, has paid the full integrated membership fee and is entitled to all benefits of membership
Affiliate Member: is designated as one whose Head Office maintains a Construction Association membership in a second Saskatchewan location and therefore does not pay a second integrated fee. Affiliate Members have all the rights and privileges, including sitting on the Board of Directors, as Full members.
Associate Member: is one who joins basically for contact with members, involved in the Construction Industry, i.e. Accounting Firms, Law Firms, Insurance Companies and Government Agencies.