DBE Steering Committee
A forum for working in collaboration with the
USDOT-funded Small Business Transportation Resource Center staff and CCA’s
DBE-certified members on developing programming of interest to DBE-certified
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.
CCA/CDOT Transportation Policy Committee
core purpose is to develop and maintain the best possible transportation system
for our customers by working cooperatively on the following goals: quality
performance and product; program effectiveness; project safety, optimum public
and private return on investment, innovation and positive public image and
customer satisfaction. Meets monthly to discuss policy issues concerning
construction of our transportation system and will accomplish this through the
core principles of open communication honesty, dependability, integrity, mutual
respect and pride of workmanship.
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
CCA/CDOT Innovative Contracting Advisory Council
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).
Colorado Springs Utilities Best Practices Committee
A forum to discuss what
has been going well on recent projects, and where there might be an opportunity
to make things even better. This could be through clarifications to spec
language, discussions about how to address 3rd party conflicts, etc.
Construction Cooperative Council (PAC)
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.
Conference Task Force
The task force plans and
assists with the coordination and running of the Annual Event. The group
usually meets from July through February.
Emerging Leaders Council
This organization strives to enhance leadership and collaboration of the emerging leaders in the infrastructure industry through professional development, community service and networking. We will maintain a focus on innovation, integrity and safety to ensure the success of industry for future generations. Click here for more information.
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.
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".
Risk Management/Environmental Committee
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.
Special Projects Committee
This group is
responsible for the planning and coordination of Associate Member sponsored
events, such as, the annual golf outings, wine tastings, good will projects and
the Associate Reception at Convention.. The group meets as needed.
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
Workforce Development Committee
is committed towards all proactive means of maximizing its members’ return from
their most important asset – The Human Resource. This committee deals with
Contractor Certification, Education, New Trends & Technologies, Image
Enhancement, OJT & Apprenticeship Training, Recruitment and University
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