Membership

ASSOCIATE

$830

/YEARLY

Associate members shall be individuals, firms or corporations associated directly or dealing in the regular course of business with engineering construction or municipal construction, and have established a reputation for skill, integrity and responsibility.

SPECIALTY ENGINEER

$830

/YEARLY

Engineering members shall be engineers, who can be individuals, firms or corporations, who have been engaged for at least one year in civil engineering and regularly works with municipalities, and have established a reputation for skill, integrity and responsibility.

SUBCONTRACTOR

$830

/YEARLY

Sub-contractor members shall be contractors, who can be individuals, firms or corporations, who have been engaged for at least one year in municipal contracting as subcontractors to contractors who might be classified as Corporate members.

CORPORATE

$3,300

/YEARLY

Corporate members shall be contractors, who can be individuals, firms or corporations, who have been engaged for at least one year in municipal contracting prior to applying for membership in this Association, and who have established a reputation for skill.

Why should you join the OMCA?

Services

Professional services are provided in the areas of public relations, education, and government relations. A registered lobbyist also monitors legislation. Continuing liaison is maintained at the municipal, state and federal levels to deal with matters of concern to the OMCA membership concerning the construction industry.

Information is provided through our publication, Towntalk, and other special bulletins. Copies of Towntalk are provided to our members as well as municipalities and all other elected officials in the State of Oklahoma.

Activities

  • Membership and board meetings are held monthly with informative speakers.
  • An Annual Convention is held each June at rotating locations.
  • OMCA offers a Sporting Clays Tournament in April and October for our PAC.
  • Each year, OMCA hosts a golf tournament to raise money for the J.D.McCarty Center for Children with Disabilities.
  • OMCA also offers training seminars and other licensing opportunities throughout the year, including OSHA and DEQ requirements.

Purpose

The purpose of the Oklahoma Municipal Contractors Association shall be the support of an educational undertaking, to wit, the education of engineers, public officials, contractors and the general public relative to:

  1. Sound and proper planning for public work and financing thereof,
  2. Proper standards for contracts and specifications for public works.
  3. Unlawful and unsound practices in the preparation and letting of such contracts.
  4. The necessity of preserving free, fair and open competition at contract lettings.
  5. Promotion of better relations between private owners and public bodies, their architects and engineers on the one hand, and contractors on the other.
  6. Maintenance of high professional standards in the conduct of work.
  7. Making membership in the Association a reasonable assurance to the public of the skill, integrity and responsibility of its members.
  8. Maintaining a primary interest in construction of a municipal nature and encouraging the supporting proper standards and sound methods in all work performed by members of the Association in industry generally.
  9. To secure uniformity of action among the members forming the Association, upon the general principals as may be decided upon from time to time, as best for the good of the public and industry as a whole.

Background

The Oklahoma Municipal Contractors Association (OMCA) has been working for the benefit of all municipal utilities contractors since incorporation on February 20, 1950.

As the work load increased with greater emphasis on water supply and pollution control, so have the problems become more complex and demanding.

A national voice in the construction industry was secured when the OMCA became a charter chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America on September 30, 1965.