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Consulting Engineers of Alberta (CEA) is a registered organization representing Alberta engineering firms. These firms employ over 8,000 individuals including professional engineers, technologists and support staff. The industry contributes over $1.9 billion annually to the Alberta economy. The engineering industry is strategically important in developing and transferring technology for the use and benefit of society. CEA’s role is to promote and enhance the business interests and opportunities of CEA member firms.

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Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO) is a non-profit organization representing the business and professional interests of consulting engineering companies in Ontario. As a proactive and effective advocate for its members, CEO works with all levels of government and other stakeholders to promote opportunities and a positive business environment for its members. Its membership of over 250 firms provides a wide range of engineering services to government and private sector clients on a project-by-project basis.

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Association of Consulting Engineering Companies of New Brunswick (ACEC-NB) is a non-profit organization which, largely through advocacy, seeks to improve the business environment for its member firms and their clients.

click To Go to the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) website

The CISC is Canada’s voice for the steel construction industry, providing leadership in design and construction efficiency, quality and innovation. The CISC promotes the use and benefits of steel in construction, adds value to the construction and design community and supports the needs of the membership and industry through education and training, research and development, industry codes and standards, certification, and advocacy.

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The Ontario General Contractors Association (OGCA) offers over six decades of experience and expertise dealing with contracts, architects, engineers and owners. Members have access to resources including up-to-date rule and regulation changes; the latest developments in industry; tools and training for safer job sites; a proven Early Dispute Resolution Program; and a province-wide network of contractors and suppliers that share a commitment to deliver construction excellence.


The Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance (ORCGA)

The Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance (ORCGA) is an organization promoting efficient and effective damage prevention for Ontario’s vital underground infrastructure. Through a unified approach and stakeholder consensus, ORCGA fulfils its motto of “Working Together for a Safer Ontario”.

The ORCGA is a growing organization with over 530 organizations as active members and sponsors, that represents 19 stakeholder groups.

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The Employers Co-operative is a group of employers who have banded together for the purpose of procuring unrivalled business value for its member companies and their employees. Their goal is to explore, implement and promote a wide range of quality products and services for their members at the best possible price.


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The Canadian Transportation Equipment Association is designed to organize the Commercial/Vocational Vehicle Manufacturing sector including their Dealer Distributors, Component Manufacturers and Associate Service Providers and in their mutual interest to serve the Canadian Marketplace.


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The Canadian Wood Truss Association (CWTA) is a national body representing metal plate connected wood truss and structural wood component manufacturers. It is the voice of the industry on all issues that link the truss manufacturers, Truss Plate Institute of Canada (TPIC), industry suppliers and related organizations.


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The Ontario Structural Wood Association(OSWA) is an industry collective of manufacturers, suppliers, engineers and designers in the structural wood industry.


click To Go to the Western Wood Truss Association of Alberta website

The Western Wood Truss Association of Alberta was founded by the leading manufacturers of roof trusses in Alberta in 1984. The association of truss manufacturers, suppliers, and engineers promote the use of wood trusses and engineered wood systems in residential, commercial, and agricultural structures ensuring builders and owners the highest level of quality of products and services available.