With our blueprinter we can print blueprints and specifications, scan blueprints to email or file. We offer Commissioner for Oaths signing for our members. Below is a full price list of all our services:
GPCA Plans Room:
Blueprints & specifications for commercial projects being tendered in Grande Prairie and surrounding areas.
Standard Forms of Contract
PDF order form for documents
Apprentice Scholarships. Download the application form.
Update info on local, provincial and national construction issues, list of current projects and upcoming events
|Prints over 100 pg||$2.75/page||$4.75/page|
|Prints over 500 pg||$2.60/page||$4.60/page|
|Scan & Email/Save||$1.00/page||$2.00/page|
|Binding/Taping Under 100 pg||$1.00/bk or set||$2.00/bk or set|
|Binding/Taping Over 100 pg||$.50/bk or set||$.1.50/bk or set|
|Binding/Taping Over 500 pg||Free||$1.00/bk or set|
|Scaffolding Tags (yellow, green, red)||$.40/each $ 10.00 for 25||$.50/each $12.50 for 25|
|OH & S Books||$27.00/ea||$30.00/ea|
|Commissioner for Oaths Signing||FREE||$ 20.00|
|Board Room||$50.00/hr up to 2 hours $150.00/day||Not Available|
Commissioner of Oaths
Free for GPCA Members
$ 20.00 for Non Members
Construction Safety Training System (CSTS)
Computer based safety certified course
Members – $50 + GST
Non-Members $60 + GST
Construction Documents Outlet
CCDC Forms, CCA Forms, ACA Forms
Document order form
Industry & Safety Acronym List
The Construction Industry uses many acronyms, have you ever wondered what some of them were? Here is a cheat sheet for you to download and print off. Also included in this list are some of the Safety Industry Acronyms.
2016 Alberta Construction Trade Definitions
The ACA leads Alberta’s construction industry in government advocacy, public relations, industry practices and partnerships, and promotion of a skilled workforce.
Construction opportunities on-line – the internet highway for construction bid information.
The Red Deer Construction Association exists to serve its members by displaying plans and information on current projects in the industry, by acting as their collective voice on issues of concern and by promoting standards, education, and communication in an effort to benefit the industry and society.