associations-and-certifications-psac The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) is the national trade association representing the service, supply and manufacturing sectors within the upstream petroleum industry. PSAC represents a diverse range of over 270 member companies, employing more than 62,000 people and contracting almost exclusively to oil and gas exploration and production companies. PSAC member companies represent over 80 per cent of the business volume generated in the petroleum services industry.

cdn_heavy_oil_assoc For over 29 years the Canadian Heavy Oil Association (CHOA) has been the premier forum to obtain heavy oil and oil sands specific technical, business and industry information. The CHOA is a multi-discipline, volunteer-based, not-for-profit association focused on heavy oil and oil sands projects and developments. CHOA is not a lobby group, and is proud of its membership of individuals.

associations-and-certifications-boma Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) is an industry association that promotes the professional standards of commercial building ownership and property management. BOMA is incorporated as a not-for-profit entity under the Societies Act of Alberta. BOMA’s mission is to actively represent its members on issues and matters affecting the ownership, management and operation of office and industrial properties and to promote and enhance the commercial real estate industry.

associations-and-certifications-acsa Aggreko is proud to be an Associate Member of the (ACSA) Alberta Construction Safety Association. ACSA is a non-profit organization funded and directed by industry. The Association consists of construction industry volunteers supported by a team of professionals based out of offices in Edmonton and in Calgary. All the people involved with the ACSA, from the origin of the idea to the present, share a common vision: through cooperative efforts of all those involved, the construction environment in Alberta will be the safest anywhere. Aggreko currently holds a valid ACSA Certificate of Recognition.

calgary_construction_association Founded in 1944, the (CCA) Calgary Construction Association is a non-profit voluntary membership association which is involved in the fostering and advancement of the interests of those who are engaged in, or who are connected with the institutional, commercial, industrial (ICI) sectors of the construction industry in Calgary and surrounding area.

associations-and-certifications-abconst The (ACA) Alberta Construction Association leads Alberta’s construction industry in government advocacy, public relations, industry practices and partnerships, and promotion of careers in construction.


AAA The Alberta Association of Architects (AAA or the Association) is a self-governing professional association charged under the Architects Act with the registration of Architects and the licensing of Licensed Interior Designers and with the regulation of the practice of Architecture in the Province of Alberta. The Association regulates the practice of architecture for the protection of the public and the administration of the Profession.

associations-and-certifications-ararental The American Rental Association leads this growing industry of rental businesses and the manufacturers and suppliers of rental equipment. The association monitors business and consumer trends influencing rentals, and provides rental business owners with products to train employees, maintain inventories, manage, and market their businesses. It provides equipment suppliers with industry information and marketing opportunities for their products.

associations-and-certifications-cra The Canadian Rental Association is a not-for-profit, industry trade association operating nationwide that was established in 1965 and is committed to promoting the success of our members and to advance the growth of the rental industry. The Canadian Rental Association is also considered Region 10 of the American Rental Association. (ARA) Together, the CRA is part of a network of 7500 rental businesses operating in 40 countries worldwide.

csam Construction Safety Association of Manitoba, the Construction Safety Association of Manitoba is a non-profit organization run by and for the building construction industry in Manitoba, those who belong to the “400 Group” of the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba (WCB).The Association is financed entirely by Manitoba contractors through a surcharge on a small percent of their assessment premiums collected by the Workers Compensation Board and by the premiums paid by our Associate Members. As such, we are very proud to run a sleek and extremely efficient organization at as little cost to you as possible.

wca Winnipeg Construction Association, Manitoba’s oldest and largest construction association, has been serving the construction community in Manitoba since 1904 and is an integrated member of the Canadian Construction Association (CCA). Winnipeg Construction Association is an incorporated, not-for-profit trade association representing commercial contractors and suppliers throughout Manitoba. Our current membership stands at over 700 member firms, and also includes manufacturers and suppliers, financial institutions, lawyers, insurance and bonding companies and brokers. As membership grows, so do our services. Our expanded services include educational and networking opportunities, lobbying, and advocacy functions.

associations-and-certifications-regina The mission of the Regina Construction Association is to support its members by providing technology, education and industry-related services. Our vision is to have a strong Construction Industry in which prosperous, efficient companies and well-paid, qualified employees provide services in a safe, professional environment.

associations-and-certifications-cor The Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) and Alberta Human Resources and Employment, Workplace Health and Safety are committed to helping employers and workers reduce losses caused by workplace injuries through the “Certificate of Recognition” (COR) program for the Alberta construction industry. The COR is also used as a pre-qualification requirement for Contractors tendering work for many buyers of construction. The Certificate of Recognition program is available to all members and associate members of the ACSA from owner/operators to large corporations and is administered by the Alberta Construction Safety Association.

associations-and-certifications-isn ISN’s online database, ISNetworld, is the global resource for connecting corporations with safe, reliable contractors/suppliers from capital-intensive industries. ISN collects safety, procurement, sustainability, quality and regulatory information from contractors and suppliers, verifies its accuracy, and then reports the results in an easy-to-follow format. This allows corporations to select those resources that best meet internal and governmental requirements, while providing contractors/suppliers the opportunity to centralize their information, save time and gain presence in the marketplace.

canqual CQ Network is an information technology company specializing in automated supplier management. Our online database contains a broad range of capacity, commercial, health and safety, and quality management data for suppliers active in the oil & gas, construction, power generation, transportation, mining and forestry industries. CQ Network provides an integrated and feature rich suite of powerful data management and due diligence assurance functionality. Automation of contractor management functions provides major cost savings to client organizations by reducing duplication, simplifying data distribution, and streamlining handling of supporting documentation.

pics PICS is an established contractor management service provider assisting in all provinces and territories of Canada. As the fastest-growing contractor prequalification and management company in the world, PICS’ focus is on improving contractor safety and sustainability.

complyworks ComplyWorks offers customers, including small and mid-size businesses to Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises, a compliance management solution that connects individuals, contractors and suppliers with employing companies via a web-based system. Alongside experienced administrative support, our compliance management solutions are adapted to each client’s business processes offering assistance in managing compliance from prequalification to payment through the monitoring of relevant data.


associations-and-certifications-cor Aggreko has achieved COR certification and in good standing for its branches in Alberta
MB-COR Aggreko has achieved COR certification and in good standing for its branch in Manitoba