We represent over 60 concrete plants and approximately 90 percent of the ready mixed concrete poured in Saskatchewan.

Events & Newsletter Highlights

Member Map

Certified ProducerProducer

Latest Tweets

27 February 2017

Kickin' off our #CONCRETE101 Seminar tour in @cityof_pa ... now let's talk about #concrete Visit Link

26 February 2017

RT @LehighMatt: “Cold-mix asphalt is used as a temporary fix only. “When spring comes, we can use hot mix for a permanent repair.”-until ne…

23 February 2017

Concrete Sask is very excited to be involved with the 1st Saskatchewan Construction Week #concreterocks… Visit Link

23 February 2017

RT @LehighMatt: Parking lot of a public community centre. How much $$$ will this community have to spend to keep fixing this every year? ht…

23 February 2017

RT @kcarrsmith: Wood burns! Many NJ residents exposed to risk of Edgewater-style fire Visit Link

23 February 2017

RT @BuildStrength: DYK: Both NJ #Edgewater & #Maplewood fires occurred @AvalonBay complexes & were made w/ lightweight #wood framing? https…

21 February 2017

💥LAST DAY 2 REGISTER 4 CONCRETE 101 SEMINARS NEXT WEEK IN PRINCE ALBERT, SASKATOON, & WEYBURN CALL OUR OFFICE 2 SIG… Visit Link

17 February 2017

💥8 more ppl registered 4 Concrete 101 seminars in Prince Albert, Saskatoon & Weyburn! It's not too late! Get ur reg… Visit Link

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.

Read more

Melcher Media© 2017 Concrete Sask| Terms of Use | Privacy Policy.

Website design and hosted by Melcher Media.