Benefits of Membership

The Top 10 Reasons to Join the NNCA:

The NNCA impacts government decision-making by speaking with one voice.
The NNCA publishes a weekly Bulletin and Bulletin Update featuring current procurement projects, tender results, as well as construction news and information to keep our members informed.
The NNCA hosts construction tender projects in our electronic planroom to highlight procurement opportunities and to provide 24/7 electronic access to the tender documents.
The NNCA hosts workshops, lunch & learns, and conferences to facilitate networking and capacity building amongst our members.
The NNCA secures funding from the industry to offer scholarships to apprentices working for member companies.
Members are featured in our annual Construction North of 60 magazine, in the magazine’s member directory, and in our online member directory to make it easier for owners to secure your products and services.
The NNCA sells industry standard documents and seals, as well as construction guides, to reduce your business risks.
NNCA staff provide Commissioner of Oaths and Notary Public services to members at no charge.
The NNCA hosts an annual curling FUNspiel and golf tournament to facilitate networking amongst our members.
Construction North of 60 is the construction magazine for Northern Canada. Our magazine highlights current and future construction projects, features our members, and promotes our industry. 8,000 copies of the magazine are distributed annually to our members, construction and design businesses, government officials and staff, as well as buyers of construction services. A digital copy of our magazine is also posted to our website to enhance its reach. Our magazine is also distributed at various tradeshows to showcase our industry and your business to potential buyers.
NNCA members can take advantage of a variety of discount programs offered by our partners.
The Gold Seal Certification program is the industry’s most trusted, valued, and reliable certification for the management of construction. The NNCA hosts this program in partnership with the Canadian Construction Association.