The PLCAC Remains A Strong Force In An Uncertain Economy

Read, Traci
May 2010
Underground Construction;May2010, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p28
Trade Publication
The article features the Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada (PLCAC), which has remains strong despite the global economic downturn. According to PLCAC president Terrance McKibbon, the members of the association were able to maintain their businesses due to the backlog of work from 2009 that carried them over into 2010. It mentions that PLCAC has developed the Workforce Attraction Project which was completed in April 2010.


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