We recognize that our reputation depends on developing and maintaining strong relationships with our customers, suppliers, and community. A reputation takes time to develop and mature and is based on values of trust and integrity. Strong relationships can stimulate innovation, increase flexibility, reduce costs, and allow us to respond quickly to changing customer requirements. We value our network of suppliers, customers, employees and other stakeholders. Click on the logos to learn more about the organizations.
Canadian Standards Association (CSA). “Making Standards Work for People and Business” Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE). “To advance global prosperity by fostering technological innovation, enabling members’ careers and promoting community world-wide.” The Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society (ISA), advances the technology and the competence and careers of practitioners worldwide for the benefit of industry and humanity.
Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) is the largest organization in North America for control system integrators. It is in its second decade of “serving as the beacon of good business practices for control system integrators and the companies that rely on them to translate the promise of technology into performance on the manufacturing plant floor.”
ASIS International (ASIS) is the largest organization for security professionals, with more than 33,000 members worldwide. Founded in 1955, ASIS is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security professionals The Canadian Security Association (CANASA) is a national non-profit organization, established in 1977 and dedicated to promoting the interests of its members and the safety and security of all Canadians. They are the “national voice of the security industry and have a growing membership of more than 1170 companies across Canada, representing all major segments of the industry.” BOMA International was founded in 1907 as the National Association of Building Owners and Managers. BOMA International is a primary source of information on office building development, leasing, building operating costs, energy consumption patterns, local and national building codes, legislation, occupancy statistics and technological developments.
Western Canadian Water & Wastewater Association (WCWWA). “To support and advance the role of Constituent Organization members in protecting the environment and public health through water and wastewater education and training.”
Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists: “To serve society and protect the public by regulating, enhancing and providing leadership in the practice of the professions of engineering, geology and geophysics.”
DelcoAutomation provides professional mentoring and certification for our Professional Engineers. We currently employ engineers with valid licenses to practice Professional Engineering services in AB,SK,MB, and Ontario with the following associations:
Delco Automation Inc. holds a Certificate of Authorization issued by the Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Saskatchewan which is required for a corporation to conduct consulting engineering services in SK. The scope of certified services currently includes automation and control systems.
Founded in 1889, the Ottawa Construction Association (OCA) is the third-largest regional construction association in Canada and the voice of Ottawa’s non-residential construction industry. The Saskatoon Construction Association (SCA) is dedicated to providing effective representation and quality services to its members who are general contractors, trade contractors, manufacturers and suppliers of goods and services to the industry. Vancouver Regional Construction Association (VRCA) – “To be the recognized leader and sought after voice of a strong and vibrant construction industry in the Lower Mainland.”
The Saskatchewan Electrical League (SEL) provides “a Industry Forum that encompasses all segments of the Electrical Industry in Saskatchewan. Bringing its members together to share views,ideas and industry information to help improve and promote the industry as a whole.” The Electrical Contractors Association of Saskatchewan (ECAS) acts as the voice of the electrical contractors in Saskatchewan.
The Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority (SREDA) Inc. is dedicated to building the Saskatoon Region economy by facilitating the expansion and/or retention of existing business, encouraging the location of complementary new business to the region, and improving related infrastructure and services to our local industrial sectors. Prairie Center Policy Institute – “Advancing ideas on wealth creation” in SK.
University of Saskatchewan – College of Engineering