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Stakeholders weigh in on ANA

DCN News Services
Stakeholders weigh in on ANA

TORONTO — Construction stakeholders commented on the July 18 announcement of ADR Chambers as Ontario’s Authorized Nominating Authority in charge of administering the province’s adjudication regime:


“I’m excited that the announcement was finally made about the ANA because they have much to do and it’s nice that they have been appointed formally so they can get the process started. I don’t know how they are going to manage the early days.”

— John Mollenhauer, president and CEO, Toronto Construction Association


“The appointment of the Authorized Nominating Authority is an important step in the creation of the dispute resolution system that is scheduled to be in place on Oct. 1. We applaud our government for making this announcement and we look forward to working with the Ministry of the Attorney General and the ANA going forward.”

— Ian Cunningham, president, Council of Ontario Construction Associations


“OGCA welcomes the appointment of the ANA as the vital last step in implementing the new Construction Act. The Construction Act is the biggest change to construction law in a generation and we require the ANA to provide quality adjudication services to ensure a smooth transition.”

— Clive Thurston, president, Ontario General Contractors Association


“Prompt Payment Ontario would like to thank the entire Ford government for its commitment to delivering prompt payment in Ontario. Prompt payment and the new adjudication regime will be a monumental change that will create a more positive and fair business environment in Ontario’s construction industry.”

— Sandra Skivsky, spokesperson, Prompt Payment Ontario

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