Minnesota Subcontractors Association

The Minnesota Subcontractors Association (MSA) is one of the states leading associations for contractors. MSA represents companies of all trades, size and union or nonunion shops. MSA is hardworking, promotes fairness, values its members and demonstrates excellent education opportunities.

We are empowering Minnesota Subcontractors for success and we are A United Voice!

Upcoming Events 

Safety Network: Safety Director Liability & OSHA

December 10, 2019
MSA Members...don't want to miss this!


T.O.P.S. Awards Gala

January 21, 2020
Details and registration opening soon. Thank you.

Meet the Estimators

February 11, 2020
Details coming soon.
Annual TOPS Awards Dinner

The Minnesota Subcontractors Association recognizes Best Practices in the construction industry at its Annual T.O.P.S. Award Dinner on January 21, 2020.  The event is attended by Subcontractors, General Contractors and Construction Professionals.
Individuals, companies and construction students are presented with awards and scholarships at the event.  MSA members nominate and vote on General Contractors, Project Managers, Superintendents, and Construction Professionals.  Winners are selected considering best practices using specific criteria including: contract terms and conditions; bidding practices, project safety and security; reasonable schedules, competent project managers, timely payment and others.

Click here to see last years winners

News Feed

After lawsuit, Met Council starts over on bids for bus garage

September 24, 2019
In suit, losing bidder says agency botched process for choosing firm for multimillion-dollar Metro Transit project.

Market Watch: Track construction's economic health

October 03, 2019
Industry experts, economists and construction executives rely on a long list of economic indicators to help them forecast the future of the business.

As Some Major Contractors Pull Back From P3s, Others Embrace

October 30, 2019
Most public-private partnership contracts are for design-build, fixed-budget, fixed-schedule work that Skanska, Fluor and others say is just too risky to guarantee profit.

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