Associations & Awards
The Canadian Italian Business Professional Association
J & J Lepera is a proud member of The Canadian Italian Business Professional Association, a Canadian group that represents the Italian business and professional community of not only Windsor Essex County, but thirteen other cities across Canada.
The Windsor Construction Association
The Windsor Construction Association is an Association of over 300 member companies in the Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Construction Sectors, that work together to promote contractors, subtrades and suppliers to create a progressive and competitive construction industry.
Ontario Sewer & Watermain Construction Association
The OSWCA has been representing sewer and watermain construction contractors across the province for more than 35 years, and currently serves over 700 member companies. Their mission is to increase the understanding and support of the public, politicians, and bureaucrats to provide adequate funding measures for the construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of Ontario’s vital water and wastewater systems.
Awards & Acknowledgements
Award of Excellence in Professional Business
The Canadian Italian Business and Professional Association of Windsor handed out six awards of excellence at it’s annual awards gala held at the Caboto Club Friday. Joe Lepera was recognized for his prominence in the heavy construction industry, and his work in Windsor and Essex County.
Prime Minister Congratulates Joe Lepera
Joe Lepera receives a letter of congratulation from the Prime Minister on receiving the Award of Excellence.
“It is a great pleasure to offer my congratulations to you on receiving the 2005 Award of Excellence in Professional Business, presented at the Canadian Italian Business and PRofessional Association in Windsor, Ontario, on April 22.2005.”
2014 Walkerville BIA project
J&J Lepera is proud to have completed the Wyandotte St. East re-construction project on time and on budget.
The city — as well as contractor, J & J Lepera Infrastructures — worked closely with the BIA and the local residents association to minimize the negative impacts of such a large and disruptive construction projects.
“Lepera was amazing, and the city was great with us … it was a very friendly working environment,” said Joan Charette, co-ordinator of the Walkerville Business Improvement Association.