Committee Service  

Committee service at CCA is challenging, rewarding and a fun experience that helps you, the Association and our industry. It is at the committee level that policy is drafted and sent to the Board of Directors for consideration and that Association Directors first serve at the committee level.

Committee service provides opportunities to develop leadership skills that will be used on the job and off.  It is an opportunity to express your opinions and offer solutions to the challenges of the construction industry.  Committee service also provides an opportunity to meet and work with others in our industry-and new friendships are almost always developed.

CCA/CDOT Bridge Joint Committee

The core purpose of the bridge committee is to provide an opportunity for contractors and CDOT to discuss problems and develop solutions for the construction of bridges and structures in the state of Colorado. Goals are to conduct an open forum for problem solving; build relationships that foster trust and team atmosphere; and to generate specifications which meet the owner's expectations, are fair and equitable, and easy to administer.  Meets once per year.

CCA/CDOT Joint Specification Committee

The purpose is to provide a forum for contractors and CDOT to mutually develop standards and specifications to improve the construction of highways in the state of Colorado. Goals are to conduct an open forum for problem solving; build relationships that foster trust and a team atmosphere; and to generate specifications which meet the owner's expectations, are fair and equitable, and easy to administer.  Meets quarterly, scheduled by CDOT.

CCA/CDOT Innovative Contracting Advisory Council (ICAC)

This committee and its subcommittees work on technical and training issues related to CDOT’s use of alternative contracting methods (e.g. Design Build and CM/GC).  Meets quarterly, scheduled by CDOT.

Construction Cooperative Council (PAC)

Mission of the Construction Cooperative Council is to interview and evaluate candidates for state offices and provide this information to the CCA membership. The committee also strives to introduce CCA members to candidates through a series of small breakfasts throughout the state and through other functions during the year including the annual Day-at-the-Capitol held during the spring.  Meets as needed in election years.

Conference Task Force

The task force plans and assists with the coordination and running of the Annual Event.  Meets as needed prior to the Annual Conference.

Heavy Equipment Committee

A forum for Heavy Equipment users and Heavy Equipment dealers to develop programming that will add value to CCA membership for this sector of the association.  Meets periodically as needed.

Legislative Committee

Mission of the CCA Legislative Committee is to focus on proposed legislation and advise legislators on the effect such proposed laws will have on the construction industry; to advise the CCA Director of Governmental Affairs on which bills are supported or opposed and to foster good relationships between the statehouse and the industry. The committee works closely with the Construction Cooperative Council in sponsoring the annual "Day-at-the Capitol".  Meets bi-weekly during the legislative session.

Risk Management/Environmental Committee

This committee is dedicated to providing high caliber risk management and environmental guidance to the construction industry by providing products and services such as; safety and environmental classes and seminars, group drug testing/background checks/DOT driver qualification services, OSHA and MSHA compliance guidance and monitoring federal, state and local Safety and Health regulations. It plans and develops resources for the industries safety, risk management and environmental managers. Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month. ​

Talent Pipeline Committee (TaP-C)

The mission of this committee is to develop a shared vision of creating a talent pipeline for all CCA members together with CCA’s workforce partners.  This committee will work with a partners to maximize the best of these programs and leverage limited resources from one program to another.   Additional committee goals will be to Support these programs by providing speakers, serving on advisory boards, providing project tours and mentoring new hires; coordinate hiring fairs for CCA members; market program hiring opportunities to CCA members and to share best practices among the committee members.

Underground / Utility Committee

The purpose of the Underground / Utility Committee is to identify, address and/or promote issues of concern to CCA members involved in the construction or installation of underground and utility facilities. Goals of the committee include the creation of networking opportunities with municipalities and special districts that are water infrastructure owners, advocacy for proper prequalification criteria, and the providing of information about contract compliance on projects with federal funding.  Meets periodically as needed.