MHCA asks industry to send message to Winnipeg City Hall

MHCA asks industry to send message to Winnipeg City Hall January 16th, 2020 There is real risk Winnipeggers will see their local street repair budget gutted again in 2020 and City Council needs to hear that’s a bad idea, MHCA...

City budget, MI service delivery review on MHCA radar

City budget, MI service delivery review on MHCA radar January 9th, 2020 MHCA takes street repair concerns to Winnipeg budget working group The MHCA is ensuring the council working group mulling options for the 2020 Capital Budget hear the industry...

Infrastructure Minister’s briefing binder says predictable investment top priority

Infrastructure Minister’s briefing binder says predictable investment top priority December 19th, 2019 Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler has been given 15 priorities for his portfolio and topping the list is improved infrastructure investments. The minister chief responsibility, according to the binder,...

MI & MHCA collaborate on proposed specification changes

MI & MHCA collaborate on proposed specification changes December 12th, 2019 Senior executive representatives from Manitoba Infrastructure (MI) met on December 11 with MHCA member representatives, including three each from the contracting and aggregate producer sectors and one from engineering,...

Federal throne speech touches on infrastructure, short on details

Federal throne speech touches on infrastructure, short on details December 5th, 2019 The Trudeau government’s first throne speech since being returned with a minority to Parliament spoke to the necessity of all parties getting along to make government work, while...

Winnipeg’s proposed infrastructure plan needs re-write: MHCA

Winnipeg’s proposed infrastructure plan needs re-write: MHCA December 5th, 2019 Winnipeg’s 2020 Infrastructure Plan places too low a value on economic growth in prioritizing projects for investment, MHCA President Chris Lorenc told the Executive Policy Committee Tuesday. The plan, prepared...

MHCA to City Hall: cutting core infrastructure not the fix

MHCA to City Hall: cutting core infrastructure not the fix November 28th, 2019 MHCA tells standing committees to renew commitment to roads, water and sewer mains The budget recommendations for the street renewal program in 2020 will further grind Winnipeg...

Creative Resolutions In Action

Creative Resolutions In Action November 21st, 2019 MHCA President Chris Lorenc has worked for many years with the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region in pursuit of a co-operative economic plan for the Capital Region, and specifically on a strategic trade transportation master...

MHCA salutes two Board members, welcomes new directors

MHCA salutes two Board members, welcomes new directors November 21st, 2019 Front row, from left, Greg McKee, Greg Orbanski, Chris Lorenc (President), Jack Meseyton (Chair), Nicole Chabot (Vice Chair), James Kaskiw and Kevin Brown.Back row, from left, Henry Borger, Peter...

Manitoba throne speech sets out wider role for industry in highways work

Manitoba throne speech sets out wider role for industry in highways work November 21st, 2019 The Pallister government’s throne speech on Tuesday spoke to priorities that would fuel economic growth, including a higher highways budget, expanded role for the private...
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