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MHCA: Working for the heavy construction industry

MHCA:

Working for the heavy construction industry

UPCOMING EVENTS

Webinar with the Leaders:
John Casola

May 12 – $15 + GST
Sponsored by Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc.

DRIVING WESTERN CANADA’S TRADE PROFILE

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UPCOMING Lunch 'n Learn webinars - FREE

April 13 – Hosted by Maxim Truck & Trailer

April 14 – Hosted by St. John Ambulance

April 15 – Hosted by SMS Equipment

April 20 – Hosted by 365 Technologies

MHCA offers a variety of online business courses for employers and office employees

2021 MHCA MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY AND EQUIPMENT RENTAL RATES GUIDEs now available!

COVID-19 RESOURCES

The MHCA is the recognized voice of the heavy construction industry in Manitoba, promoting sustainable investment in core infrastructure – highways, streets, bridges, sewer & water and water-control structures – to support economic growth benefiting our province and country in a manner consistent with the broad public interest. Learn more.

How can we help you?

If you work in heavy construction and have questions or concerns, fill out this form and we will contact you.



    MHCA welcomes new members

    MWG Apparel Corp.
    MWG Apparel specializes in the manufacturing and development of technical HVFRSA clothing for specific industrial end-use customers in electrical utilities, mining, firefighting, construction, and drilling.

    1147 Notre Dame Avenue
    Winnipeg, MB  R3E 3G1
    www.mwgapparel.com

    Nick Woodward
    p: (204) 774-2561
    nwoodward@mwgapparel.com

    True Grit Sand and Gravel
    Certified in wastewater management (holding tanks, septic tank & fields), lot clearing and tree removal, basement excavation, skidsteer and backhoe services, sand, gravel stone and topsoil supplier.

    Box 41
    Onanole, MB  R0J 1N0

    Derek Dudman
    p: (204) 720-4289
    truegritonanole@gmail.com

    Red River College
    RRC’s Civil Engineering Technology department offers programs that provide both co-op and graduate students to the heavy construction sector. The Municipal Engineering Technology diploma and the Bachelor of Technology, Construction Management programs provide theory-based and hands-on training ranging from material testing and design to project management.

    A131 – 2055 Norte Dame Avenue
    Winnipeg, MB  R3H 0J9
    www.rrc.ca

    Shari Bielert
    p: (204) 632-2221
    sbielert@rrc.ca