Minnesota Subcontractors Association

The Minnesota Subcontractors Association (MSA) is one of the state’s 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!

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Fall Protection

May 01, 2018
Falls are the #1 cause of death in construction, and fall protection is the #1 OSHA cited violation in the U.S.
Falling objects are the #3 cause of death in the workplace, yet there are no regulations on...

Happy Hour Meet & Greet

May 01, 2018
Thank you Carciofini and Bauer Design Build for sponsoring!

New Tax Laws and the Impact on Contractors

May 08, 2018
We will review insights into the biggest overhaul of the US tax law in over three decades.

2017 TOPS Awards Dinner

The Minnesota Subcontractors Association recognized Best Practices in the construction industry at its Annual T.O.P.S. Award Dinner on January 23, 2018.  The event was attended by 235 Subcontractors, General Contractors and Construction Professionals. Individuals, companies and construction students were presented with awards and scholarships at the event.  MSA members nominate and vote on large and small General Contractors, Project Managers, Superintendents, Construction Professionals and Safety Directors.  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 All the Nights Winners

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Group develops robots for specialized construction

December 06, 2017
The technology aims to automate onsite construction tasks like stacking materials in nonstandard arrangements.

How the GOP tax overhaul could affect construction

December 21, 2017
The bill slashes the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%, and also includes massive changes to how income earned or kept offshore is treated.

Construction Trends to Watch in 2018

January 09, 2018
After a robust 2017, commercial construction companies are anticipating an even stronger 2018, with the majority reporting they plan to expand their staffs.

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