April 2018 Luncheon - Speaker: Commissioner Steve Radack's Speech:

He started off stating he believes in privatization.  He’s seen over the years, he has fewer employees than several years ago.  If you kept your prices reasonable, he would love to privatize everything we can.  He is still striving to do that as many HCA members know. We have right now going into Precinct 3 about $60m worth of Harris County infrastructure projects and hope to do another $25-$30M more this year. Click To View Full Article


"Reason for Concern for Local Civil Contractors."

Efforts to renovate or replace streets, libraries, community centers, sewer plants and other facilities across Houston may be delayed for years as money that city leaders had set aside for the projects is redirected to repair facilities damaged by Hurricane Harvey. Click To View Full Article


HCA's Jeff Nielsen was featured in an iHeartMedia article. Click to read how the construction industry has been effected by immigration reform.

President Donald Trump’s proposed 10-year, $1.5 trillion plan to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure has left state and local officials with lots of questions. Do we have the skilled laborers necessary to do the job?

Houston Contractors Association's Jeffrey Nielsen said for more than a decade, he’s seen a lack of labor in civil construction... Click To View the Full Article


Highlights from HCA’s Annual Forecast Luncheon – January 25, 2018

The Houston Contractors Association held it’s 13th annual construction forecast presentation at the January luncheon.  This popular event always draws a large crowd and this year was no exception with an estimated 340 attendees turning out for this-- the first luncheon of the year.  The attendees got to hear presentations from various representatives of regional public entities give their construction projections for 2018.  The list of speakers was as follows: ...Click To View the Full Article 


HCA January 2018 Forecast Luncheon Presentation Packet (Click to Download)

HCA/ASCE joint meeting featuring guest speaker, Mayor Sylvester Turner.

The Houston Contractors Association was proud to welcome Mayor Sylvester Turner as the guest speaker for our annual joint luncheon with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).  The mayor thanked everyone for coming out and recognized some of the elected and public officials in the audience.  To begin his comments the mayor stated that he didn’t know if there was Democratic or Republican infrastructure to him it is all just infrastructure.  “There is no such thing as a Democratic pothole” stated Turner.  The mayor did comment on looming, hurricane Harvey, that... Click To View the Full Article 


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