The Progressive Road Contractors Association (PROCA) has for the first time since its inception promulgated its drafted Rules and Regulations governing its activities into a constitution.
The draft was accepted by more than two-thirds of the over 100 representatives of the Association from all over the country who were present and voted at their meeting in Kumasi on Wednesday.
The exercise was witnessed by legal practitioners and other stakeholders.
Ntore Nkansah, chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee, in declaring the acceptance of the draft after voting, said for fair play and social justice, the Association needed a body of laws that would regulate the activities of the members.
He noted that the Constitution would also enhance the well being of its members.
Michael Aidoo, the President of the Association, charged members to study the Constitution in order not to breach any of them and thereby, help to sustain the Association.
He added that though the Constitution was binding on members, it was also subject for review when it became necessary.
Nana Ogyeahoho Yaw II, Sefwi Anhwiasohene, patron and chairman for the occasion, advised members to love and support one another to ensure unity in the association.