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  • OMCA Meets With City of Edmond in June

    In late June, OMCA Executive Committee members and Executive Director met at Edmond’s Railyard with Edmond City Manager Larry Stevens and Ward 1 City Councilman Josh Moore to discuss ideas about bidding procedures to improve the process.

  • What is OMCA PAC?

    The Oklahoma Municipal Contractors Association Political Action Committee is the arm of OMCA that leagally contributes to political campaigns. When you join OMCA PAC, you support those who support your industry, and oppose those who oppose your industry. Visit our OMCA PAC page to learn more.

  • President Doug Walker Begins His Term as 2020-21 OMCA President

    Doug Walker of Rudy Construction was sworn in as President of the OMCA Board Of Directors for 2020-21 and was passed the gavel by outgoing President Tony Ellison of United Trenching at the 2020 OMCA Summer Convention June 5, 2020.

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Who We Are

Oklahoma Municipal Contractors Association

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.

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