The Kansas Contractors Association is a professional association of heavy, highway and utility contractors and those who provide
supplies and services to the heavy, highway and utility construction industry. Working together, our members promote a better industry by advancing their level of skill, integrity and responsibility while improving the quality of life in our communities. The Kansas Contractors Association (KCA) is the recognized leader of the heavy construction industry in the state of Kansas. Since 1923, this statewide chapter of the AGC of America has provided services to its members in such areas as legislation, governmental regulations, training, liaison with awarding authorities, project information and numerous other services. The Kansas Contractors Association brings strength and unity to association members and serves as the “watchdog” while striving to protect and preserve the livelihood of the heavy, highway and utility construction industry.
As the construction industry grows more complex, a company finds it must be an expert in a wide range of fields. Many do not have the resources or personnel to act independently in all of these areas, and even those that do find it easier and more economical to rely on the Kansas Contractors Association. The KCA is a powerful and effective spokesperson for its members. Our Political Action Committee ranks among the top 5 in the state of Kansas allowing us to gain the attention of elected officials. The Topeka location of the association office allows convenient access to state and federal officials to solve problems encountered by KCA members.
Networking events include the Annual Convention, Spring and Fall KCA Days, two golf tournaments, the Fall Barbecue and the Construction Zone Exhibition.
Any firm, large or small, gains much from its membership. Contractor and Supplier/Service Provider Members have a voice in the KCA.
This Chapter is a full-service organization, run by its members, who are primarily engaged in and who support heavy, highway, municipal and utility construction. Membership provides many benefits, both tangible and intangible. The KCA distributes to members updated on the events and news happening around the state. Among our publications are the monthly "KDOT Quantities Bulletin," the "KCA Construction Bulletin" issued three times per month and the quarterly newsletter, "KCA Construction Talk." Additionally, legislative alerts are issued to keep members current during the legislative session.
Your investment in membership is small compared to the advantages received. This Chapter has a dedicated and professional staff working on your behalf and we pride ourselves on individual service to our members.