Below are the associations that Bibby-Ste-Croix is a member of and supports. We also adhere to their standards in our business practices. Please visit their websites for more information on a particular association.

  • Canadian Foundry Association

    The Canadian Foundry Association is the national voice for the foundry industry in Canada. The association assists and represents its members to deal with government on industry-specific issues, as well as other areas of common interest. CFA gathers information and initiates crucial programs and strives to assist members in strengthening their competitive position.

  • Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating

    The Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating is a not-for-profit trade association founded in Montreal in 1933. CIPH members are located right across Canada and employ more than 20,000 Canadians. CIPH is the Canadian Association representing the interests of companies that manufacture, sell and distribute plumbing, hydronic heating, PVF and waterworks products and services. CIPH wholesalers operate more than 700 warehouses and showrooms across Canada.

  • Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada

    Established in 1895, the Mechanical Contractors Association (MCA) of Canada is a vibrant and diverse national trade association serving the needs of mechanical contractors of all sizes engaged in such disciplines as plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, controls systems, medical gases, welding and fire suppression, primarily within the industrial, commercial and institutional sectors.

    The main focus of MCA of Canada is to coordinate and develop policies and programs that are national in nature, of common interest to all members and to enhance the productivity and profitability of mechanical contractors.

  • Ontario Plumbing Inspectors Association Inc.

    The Ontario Plumbing Inspectors Association Inc. (OPIA) is a non profit organization dedicated to protecting the health and well being of the Province of Ontario through safe plumbing. Founded in 1920, our primary purpose is to promote the improvement of plumbing standards to insure protection of the environment, promote the advancement of knowledge concerning the safe installation of plumbing and to insure safe and adequate potable water systems in the Province of Ontario.

  • Ontario Sewer and Watermain Construction Association

    The OSWCA has been representing sewer and watermain construction contractors across the province for more than 35 yearsand currently serves over 700 member companies. Our role extends far beyond lobbying for increased funding. Our concerns include water system management, the environment, safety, contract terms, engineering and many other issues relevant to the sewer and watermain construction industry. The OSWCA membership is structured by 10 local associations, two pipe producers and one independent association.

  • Ontario Water Works Association

    The Ontario Water Works Association (OWWA) is a voluntary, not-for-profit organization of water professionals, dedicated to protecting public health through the delivery of safe, sufficient and sustainable drinking water in Ontario. OWWA provides leadership in water management through education; innovation; continual improvements in customer relations, science and technology; and participating in development of government policy.

  • Ontario Water Works Equipment Association

    The  Ontario Water Works Equipment Association (OWWEA) consists of suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, agents, contractors and consultants that are dedicated to serving the Ontario municipal drinking water market. Through the direction and strong support of its members, the OWWEA provides an important industry voice. Our members provide technical resources and procurement avenues for municipalities and providers of safe drinking water.

  • ASPE

    The American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) was founded in 1964 as an organization dedicated advancing the plumbing engineering profession, assisting the professional growth and advancement of its members, and protecting the health, welfare, and safety of the public.

  • Building Officials’ Association of B.C.

    The Building Officials’ Association of B.C. (BOABC) has grown since 1954 from 24 members situated largely in the Greater Vancouver area to seven geographic zones across British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. It fulfills much the same objectives as originally proposed; consistent Code interpretation; a forum for discussion; education, standards of Code knowledge and since 1981, a technical certification program for it's membership.