Sometimes we need advice, and we don’t know where to find it. While MCAS staff are available to the membership, often a contractor simply needs to talk to another contractor. There is a wealth of knowledge available within our membership, but it needs to be accessible.

The solution: MCAS Peer to Peer Program.
The concept is simple: Provide a platform for members to seek the advice of other members.
Connecting is easy: Review the profiles of the available peers and reach out either via phone or email.
Confidential: All conversations are kept confidential.    


The Volunteers 

      Ryan Ty
nning - Swift Plumbing & Heating Ltd.

Title: Managing Partner
Background:  Journeyman Plumber with 38 years in the industry
Residential, Commercial, and Rural – Focus on service and retrofit
Available: ANY time if warranted. Would prefer Monday to Friday after 9:00a.m.

Contact:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 306-778-2830            

Ken Swann – Interwest Mechanical Ltd.

Title: President
Background:  Mechanical Engineering Technologist with 34 years of experience
Commercial, institutional, municipal (Water Treatment Plants and sewage treatment)
Available: Monday - Thursday  between 9am and 3pm

Contact: email only at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Include your phone number and Ken will call you back.

Joanne Harpauer-Dignean – Welldone Mechanical Services Inc.

Bio to follow

Luc Kadziolka – Mr. Plumber

Bio to follow



Why not Volunteer?

Let’s face it you probably have already had experience giving advice to a fellow contractor. A conversation on the golf course or over a drink at our curling bonspiel. We want to provide additional opportunities for our members to connect.

As a member of the peer to peer network you provide:

Your experience can provide answers to questions and suggestions that can make a big difference when it comes to navigating the construction industry.

Because of your experience you can provide context and perspectives that were not previously considered.

You have valuable connections in the province. Networking is vital for success in the construction industry in Saskatchewan.