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The Ohio Contractors Association has been proudly serving Ohio's Heavy/Highway Industry since 1918.
For more than 100 years our mission has been to provide support, unity and leadership to the heavy highway and utility industry in Ohio for the success of our membership.
" We have been members of OCA for over 25 years. Our company is active in OCA on the chapter as well as the state level. Membership with OCA allows you to not only be informed about the industry issues but also be a part of the solution. There are many committees and events that allow people to participate and get involved personally and as a company. You not only build business relationships but you also build friendships that last a lifetime. Our membership with OCA has been a valuable part of our company's longevity.”
-Amy Hall, President-Ebony Construction
"Of course we knew of OCA. As a DBE, we thought OCA was just for the big companies and was neither affordable nor relevant for a firm our size. We could not have been more wrong! OCA has given us access to a staff with expertise that you just can't put a price on. Being part of the association, and the strength in numbers that it entails, has given us a seat at the table and a voice that now carries to ODOT and all the way to Washington!"
-Marvilla Miller - Barbicas Construction
Officially launched during OCA's centennial year, the Advancement Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, will carry the industry into its next 100 years!
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