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Building Contractors Association of Northeast Indiana (BCA) announced the winners of the 2020 Presidential Merit Scholarship and Michael H. Kinder Jr. Memorial Scholarship. These programs were created to recognize significant accomplishments and reward worthy students in furthering their education in construction-related college degree programs.

Building Contractors Association of Northeast Indiana (BCA) announces results of its recent election of officers and directors to serve on its 2020 Board of Directors. Elected to serve in office are the following: President Brad Smith, The Hagerman Group 1st Vice-President Greg Lynch, Almet Inc.

Building Contractors Association of Northeast Indiana announced winners of the association's 2019 BCA Service Awards sponsored by Katz, Sapper & Miller. BCA Summit and Gold Medal Awards recognize individuals who have exhibited exemplary performance and strong ethics in their business dealings.

Building Contractors Association of Northeast Indiana (BCA) has announced the winner of its 2018 Presidential Merit Scholarship. This scholarship program was created to recognize significant accomplishments and reward worthy students in furthering their education in a construction-related college degree program.

Building Contractors Association of Northeast Indiana (BCA) announced the winners of the 2018 BCA Gibson Safety Excellence Awards. These awards honor commercial contractors and individuals who demonstrated outstanding performance in promoting worker safety on construction job sites in 2017.

Building Contractors Association of Northeast Indiana (BCA) has announced the winner of its 2018 Presidential Merit Scholarship. This scholarship program was created to recognize significant accomplishments and reward worthy students in furthering their education in a construction-related college degree program.

Building Contractors Association of Northeast Indiana (BCA) announced the winners of its 2017 Presidential Merit Scholarships. These $1,500 scholarships were created to recognize significant accomplishments and reward worthy students in furthering their education in a construction-related college degree program.

A group of contractor associations have sued the City of New York to stop the enforcement of arbitrary and capricious crawler crane safety requirements that the City put into place in response to a February crane accident in Lower Manhattan. The group, made up of members of the Building Trades Employers Association (BTEA), including the Contractors Association of Greater New York (CAGNY), the Allied Building Metal Industries (ABMI), the General Contractors Association of New York (GCA), the Building Contractors Association (BCA) and the Cement League, filed an Article 78 petition against the Department of Buildings of the City of New York and its Commissioner, Richard D.