Contact

Shuswap Construction Industry Professionals working together to create opportunity and future possibilities for the Construction Industry to ensure maximum use of local businesses and individuals on construction projects in Salmon Arm and the Shuswap.


Visit our office.

371 Alexander Street NE
Suite 200
Salmon Arm, BC

Our office hours are Monday to Thursday from 8:30 to 4:00.

Drop us a line.

SCIP
PO BOX 94,
Salmon Arm, BC VIE 4N2

Get in touch.

For more information, please get in touch with our SCIP Coordinator.

Donna Smith – SCIP Coordinator
Shuswap Construction Industry Professionals
Phone: 250-832-8050   Fax: 250-832-8060
Email: info@scip.bc.ca

Meet our Volunteer Board of Directors

Joe Johnson – President
Browne Johnson Land Surveyors

Tim Dunne – Past President
Omega Engineering Salmon Arm LLP

Ev Turner – Past President
Turner Plumbing

David Danforth – Secretary/Treasurer
Central Hardware Ltd.

Calvin Berger – Director
Lawson Engineering & Development Services Ltd.

Bob Eckland- Director
Glacier Building Supplies Ltd. – Salmon Arm Rona

Dave Brice – Director
Pacific West Home Inspections

Ross McDiarmid- Director
McDiarmid Construction

Dan Smith – Director
Dancor Electric Ltd.

Gary Arsenault – Director
Green Emerald Builders

Trevor Johnson – Director
Andrew Sheret Limited

Responsibilities of the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is the governing body of SCIP.

Setting the policy for the organization.

This is done by:

  • Creating or updating the mission and vision statements.
  • Determining the organization’s programs and services.
  • Approving the strategic plan.
  • Monitoring the organization’s operations:
  • Hiring and periodically evaluating the organization’s Coordinator.
  • Approving the annual budget, annual report, etc.
  • Approving major contracts.
  • Documenting policies and decisions.
  • Preparing for and attending board meetings.
  • Researching and discussing issues before decisions are made.
  • Replacing and orienting board members when a vacancy arises.
  • Troubleshooting as necessary.
  • Serving as a public figure for the organization:
  • Advocating for the organization.
  • Legal obligations
  • Take reasonable care when making decisions for the organization
  • Act in the best interest of the organization
  • Act in accordance with the organization’s mission

The board of directors should not:

  • Concern itself with the day-to-day management of the organization.
  • Rubber stamp decisions. While the board should take the recommendations of the organization’s members into consideration, the board needs to be an independent decision-making body.

SCIP IS YOUR ASSOCIATION…MAKE THE MOST OF IT!