WHY BECOME AN OCUC MEMBER?
Benefits from membership
Participate with diverse industry members across the private and public sector and academia in discussions on issues impacting business and Labour
Directly communicate with the Provincial Government, Owners and service providers on issues of safety, economic development, regulation, training, and labour relations
Be part of the voice of the OCUC providing valued input to Government – most recently with the Red Tape Commission and Construction Lien legislation
Source for updates during Labour negotiations and timely information on trade settlements
On-going networking and promotion of the Construction Industry as a career
See construction best practices in actions – most recently drones and 3D printing
MEMBERSHIP LEVELS AND FEES
MEMBERSHIP LEVEL >
Full Members: are defined as private and public sector Owners that use and purchase construction and related services.
Associate Members: are defined as companies provide construction services, maintenance or engineering services.
Subscriber Members: are defined as organizations having interest in construction activity without providing any construction services, maintenance or engineering services.