About The Kingston Construction Association
Founded in 1950, the Kingston Construction Association (KCA) brings together businesses involved in the Industrial, Commercial and Institutional (ICI) construction sectors. Serving an area from Brockville to Belleville, the Association seeks to achieve a closer relationship and better understanding among the various branches of the industry. This includes general contractors, road builders, trade contractors, suppliers, architects, engineers, finance, insurance, and not least the owners, both public and private.
KCA offers its members many important services which facilitate the tendering process: our plans room and electronic plans room (online) for viewing plans and specifications; notarizing statutory declarations; and providing standardized construction contracts. As well, we create many opportunities for networking and education throughout the year. The Association provides for liaison with the City of Kingston, surrounding Townships, the Council of Ontario Construction Associations (COCA) and the Canadian Construction Association (CCA).
Recognizing our deep connection towards skilled trades, KCA is involved in attracting young people to the skilled trades through its activities with the Thousand Islands Workforce Development Board, St. Lawrence College, the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP), the Limestone and Algonquin School Boards and many other community partners. The Kingston Construction Association is active and community focused.