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Canadian Construction Association names 2024-2026 board chair

March 13, 2024  By CHC Staff


Francis Roy (Photo credit: CCA, X.com)

OTTAWA – Francis Roy has been named 2024-2026 Chair of the Canadian Construction Association’s (CCA) Board of Directors. Roy succeeds outgoing Chair Brendan Nobes, who has led the association’s board of directors for the previous two years.

Roy is a 30-year veteran of the construction industry and is currently president and CEO of Quebec’s Groupe Humaco family of companies. With an educational beckground in architechtural technology, he began his career in 1994 as an estimator and project manager for Les Gypses Promark Quebec Inc. before becoming vice president and general manager of ITR Drywall Inc.

As the president and CEO of Groupe Humaco, Roy oversees more than 200 projects annually across several branches including drywall, general contracting, real estate development and construction technologies.

Active across several other industry associations, Roy has also previously served as a Chair of the Association de la Construction du Quebec in addition to his board position with the CCA.

Addressing CCA members at the association’s Annual General Meeting, Roy shared that his focus over the next year is to cultivate an environment of collaboration and contribution.

“My primary goal will be to support a healthy environment where communication is encouraged and valued so that everyone can contribute meaningfully to the achievement of our association’s strategic objectives,” Roy said. “I firmly believe in the power of collaboration, engagement, and innovation.”


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