Francis Roy named chair of Canadian Construction Association for 2024-26 term

Ontario Construction News staff writer

The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) has appointed Francis Roy as the chair of the board of directors for the 2024-26 term. Roy takes over from Brendan Nobes who served as the association’s chair for the past two years.

Roy has three decades of experience in the industry and currently holds the position of President and CEO at Groupe Humaco, an employer in the Quebec construction sector.

He started his construction career in 1994 as an estimator and project manager at Les Gypses Promark Québec Inc. Over the years, he climbed the ranks and eventually became the Vice President and General Manager at ITR Drywall Inc. He oversees various branches within Groupe Humaco, including drywall, general contracting, real estate development, and construction technologies.

Roy is involved in several industry associations. He has served as a dedicated member of CCA’s Board of Directors and previously held the position of Chair at the Association de la Construction du Quebec (ACQ).

“My main objective is to cultivate an environment where open communication is encouraged and valued, allowing everyone to contribute meaningfully to our association’s strategic goals,” Roy said at CCA’s annual general meeting. “I believe in the strength of collaboration, engagement, and innovation.”


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