To promote ready mixed concrete in Canada, and promote new and innovative ways for the use of our products. 


To exchange association information.


To encourage the use and application of quality products.


To provide national representation through regional membership, dealing with national standards with Canadian Standards Association. 


To encourage best management practices. 



Who We Are


"Concrete Canada is to serve as a forum for discussion of association and industry trends and issues"


Concrete Canada (formerly Canadian Ready-Mixed Concrete Association CRMCA) is a non-profit association established in 1981 to represent federally legislated issues impacting the ready mixed concrete industry. Concrete Canada is an association whose membership comprises each of Canada’s provincial/regional ready mixed concrete associations and national cement industry. 

Concrete Canada meets at least twice each year at varying locations across Canada. Each member (delegate) has one vote on the Board of Directors. 




Through its members, Concrete Canada provides representation in the development of national building, material and construction codes and standards developed by agencies such as Canadian Standards Association International (CSA) and National Building Code (NBC). Concrete Canada is a sustaining member of CSA and has representation on committees such as CSA A23.1/.2, CSA A283, CSA A3000 and Strategic Steering Committee on Concrete and Related Products. 

Through its members, Concrete Canada partners with national and provincial Home Builders Associations, national and provincial Construction Associations, American Concrete Institute International and local ACI Chapters, and National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA). 


Atlantic Concrete Association (ACA) 
Telephone (902) 443-4456
Fax (902) 404-8074
Email info@atlanticconcrete.ca 
Web www.atlanticconcrete.ca

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Concrete Saskatchewan  (SRMCA) 
Telephone (306) 757-2788
Fax (306) 546-3477
Email acampbell@concretesask.org
Web Site www.concretesask.org

Association béton Québec (ABQ) 
Telephone (450) 650-0930
Fax: (450) 650-0935
Email info@betonabq.org 
Web Site www.betonabq.org

Concrete Alberta (ARMCA)
Telephone (780) 436-5645
Fax (780) 436-6503
Email info@concretealberta.ca 
Web Site www.concretealberta.ca


Concrete Ontario (RMCAO) 
Telephone (905) 564-2726
Fax (905) 564-5680
Email info@concreteontario.org 
Web Site www.concreteontario.org

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Concrete BC (BCRMCA) 
Telephone (604) 626-4141
Fax (604) 626-4143
Email ccampbell@concretebc.ca 
Web Site www.concretebc.ca

Concrete Manitoba (MRMCA) 
Telephone (204) 667-8539
Email info@concretemanitoba.ca 
Web Site www.concretemanitoba.ca

Cement Association of Canada
Telephone (613) 236-9471
Fax (613) 563-4498
Email info@cement.ca 
Web Site www.cement.ca



Get in there and get
your hands dirty

The most important function of CRMCA is to serve as a forum for discussion of association and industry trends and issues, codes and standards, and association programs such as promotion, marketing, administrative, education, membership, government (environment, health/safety, taxation, etc.) and technology. 




Concrete Canada and the ready mixed concrete industry throughout Canada benefit from research and development, technical information and problem solving available through member Technical Committees, educational programs, research and development, and the Cement Association of Canada. 


News and Initiatives

The latest news, events and publications from Concrete Canada.


Concrete Energy Guide

This guide provides designers, builders, and building owners with a brief introduction to compliance options for modern building codes, and details calculation methods suitable for quickly estimating, at an early design stage, the thermal performance of concrete enclosure wall systems.


Industry Wide EPD for Ready-Mixed Concrete

This Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers concrete mixes produced by CRMCA members. This EPD was independently verified by NSF International in accordance with ISO 14025 and ISO 21930. The life cycle assessment was independently reviewed in accordance ISO 14044 and the referenced PCR.


Building Insurance Study