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Who We Are

The SRMCA has been around since 1963 when it started out as the Prairie Ready Mixed Concrete Association. Then in 1983 the name was changed to the Saskatchewan Ready Mixed Concrete Association Inc.

The Prairie name was dropped because Alberta (ARMCA) and Manitoba (MRMCA) had both started their own associations. The Prairie Region Mixer is now the official quarterly newspaper for the three organizations. They work together on marketing, promotion, technical advancement, and training on an ongoing basis.

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