SHCA Think BIG

The Official Magazine of the Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association

Q4 2015

Innovation

  1. On The Cover

  2. The idea of improving a company means something different to each owner and manager. Some need help with online marketing, others could benefit from building better relationships with partners and organizations outside of the industry while some are looking to provide their staff with cutting-edge training. For more on how to boost your business, start reading on page 34.

  3. Departments

  4. President's Message
    Hitting Goals and Reaching Higher
  5. Chairman's Message
    New Projects, Same Commitment
  6. SHCA Member Companies
  7. SHCA Events
  8. INJURY SOLUTIONS
    The Five “Ws” of Return to Work
  9. Legal Matters
    Playing by the Rules
  10. HR Department
    Solutions to Performance Management Challenges
  11. Financial File
    Financial Falsehoods
  12. The Bottom Line
    If You’re Not Doing the Thinking Around Here…Who Is?
  13. Plus

  14. SPECIAL FEATURE:
    2015 SHCA Fall Convention Wrap-Up
  15. A.J. HARLICK EARTHMOVING LTD.
    Austin Harlick has seen many changes in the construction industry since he formed his company in 1963, but one thing has remained static – his love of building projects from scratch
  16. More

  17. BEFORE YOU VOTE, THINK ABOUT WHAT GOOD ROADS DO FOR SASKATCHEWAN
    When you cast your ballot in the provincial election on April 4, think about your candidate’s infrastructure priorities
  18. IN STEP WITH INDUSTRY
    As technology brings new efficiencies to heavy construction, Saskatchewan Polytechnic plans to update and upgrade its tools of the trade
  19. CCA HOLDS NATIONAL SUMMIT TO ADDRESS QUESTIONS OF PAYMENT DELAYS
    Diverse stakeholder perspectives aim to help solve one of the industry’s most pressing cash flow issues
  20. Features

  21. MARKETING 101
    Common mistakes companies make – and how to fix them
  22. A HELPING HAND
    How a government relations firm can help you establish and maintain relationships with elected officials
  23. ON COURSE
    New programs from Women Building Futures offer a win-win for the heavy construction industry and women