Associate Membership

Become an Associate Member

Would your company benefit from connecting with more than 10,000 construction employers across the province? Would you profit from being kept up to date on early stage proposals for legislative and regulatory changes that impact your business? Since 1975, the Council of Ontario Construction Associations (COCA) has been an effective agent of change for the industrial, commercial, institutional (ICI) and heavy civil construction industry. an

As a federation of construction associations, COCA is the largest and most representative group of ICI and heavy civil construction employers in Ontario. Our member organizations represent more than 10,000 construction businesses and more than 400,000 employees. As an industry advocate, COCA works with its members and with government to create a public policy environment that supports success in the construction industry and prosperity across Ontario.

Our organization is accepting applications for Associate Membership. Among the benefits of Associate Membership are the following:

  • The opportunity to make a presentation to the COCA Board of Directors
  • A listing in COCA's Annual Year In Review
  • Visibility and a profile on COCA's website
  • Participation in select COCA programs and events
  • The ability to participate on COCA policy development committees in accordance with COCA committee membership policies
  • Profile in the COCA monthly newsletter
  • The opportunity to provide non‐promotional expert articles on topics of interest to the COCA membership
  • The opportunity to participate in select COCA programs and events
  • Preferred opportunity to sponsor COCA events

Associate Membership Fees

  • Consultant/Supplier $5,000 per year
    Companies that consult or supply goods or services to the construction
  • Industry Contractor - $2,000 per year
    A construction employer directly engaged in the construction industry

To find out more about Associate Membership in COCA, download our Associate Membership Package or contact the COCA offices at (416) 968-7200 x 222