Update from CCA President, Bill Black, in regards to COVID-19 and how the CCA is proceeding at this time.
Stay informed on all ongoing updates from CCA around COVID-19.
March 26, 2020

Canada’s construction industry is putting safety and health first

OTTAWA, March 25, 2020 – The health, safety and well-being of our workers, their families and friends, and the communities we operate in is always the top priority of the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) and its more than 20,000 member firms. This has never been truer than it is right now. From the construction and renovation of hospitals, to keeping roads safe, to bringing power and clean water to homes, the construction sector builds communities and delivers projects that are essential to Canadians’ quality of life and to the success of our country. The CCA and our provincial and municipal...

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March 25, 2020

City of Calgary- Suspension of construction sites

Mar. 25 – Update on Inspections, and Suspending Sites View Newsletter here Suspension of construction sites If you are suspending activity on a construction site, please inform The City of Calgary by calling 311. Building inspectors will attend multi-family and high-rise sites that would have higher risk to public safety should construction activity be stalled at this time. Inspectors will review public access, loose debris, and security of the sites. 311 is prepared to respond to these calls and track all suspended sites. Please refer to the Calgary Construction Association resources for site suspension and pandemic planning: COVID-19 Project Suspension Impact...

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