THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE GRAND VALLEY CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION

January - February 2024

WELCOME TO deCONSTRUCTED

FEATURE ARTICLES

Over the course of fifty years, our commitment to the construction industry has revolved around constructing communities and providing unwavering support to our members. These communities transcend mere geographic locations; they embody the essence of progress, innovation, and collaboration. Here’s to a half-century of construction, growth, and commemorating the enduring spirit of enterprise!

PERSPECTIVE GVCA

A MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR
CONSTRUCTION PLAYS
A PIVOTAL ROLE Mark Mollison, P.Eng
Celebrating
50 years
Mark Mollison, P.Eng

Celebrating 50 years is a momentous occasion, a golden milestone that marks half a century of memories, achievements, and growth.

It is a time to reflect on the journey, to appreciate the experiences that have shaped the past, and to look forward with anticipation to the future. It’s important to think back on all the people places and things that we have created. ...more >
A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
ATTRACTING MORE WOMEN INTO
THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Jeff MacIntyre
GVCA has been a
leader in change
Jeff MacIntyre

In the annals of construction, the journey from ancient marvels to contemporary innovations is a testament to human ingenuity.

From the awe-inspiring pyramids of Egypt to the grandeur of medieval cathedrals, construction has long been a sign of progress. The Industrial Revolution ushered in a new era, bringing mechanization and mass production to construction processes. ...more >

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