Constructive partnerships, Groundbreaking results
The Manitoba Heavy Construction Association (MHCA) is a non-profit trade organization representing the heavy construction (heavy civil) and related industries in Manitoba.
First established in 1943, the MHCA is a seasoned, respected organization, proven to deliver what we set out accomplish by taking a synergistic approach to working with all stakeholders.
We are grounded by a vision and mandate that challenges us to champion public policies, and develop innovative programs that produce groundbreaking results for members and industry.
Our motto, ‘Groundbreaking’, reflects our ability to deliver these positive and innovative outcomes, which are achieved through constructive partnerships and proactive engagement with membership, government, media, and the general public.
We articulate and advocate public policy positions within the scope of our mandate, in a manner consistent with public interest. Our strategies are communicated with presence, profile, and impact to resonate with all stakeholders.
The MHCA is governed by a 15-person Board of Directors, which is led by its Chair. Day-to-day affairs are delegated from the Board to an Executive Committee of the Board. Input from members is provided through strategically struck standing committees that are supported by our president and staff.