BC’s construction industry, which comprises more than 25,700 companies and employs 236,000 men and women, contributes $21.1 billion towards BC’s gross domestic product accounting for 8.6% of the province’s GDP. Construction is big business in British Columbia.
The NRCA represents the general and trade contractors, manufacturers, suppliers and various professional services providers who operate in the industrial, commercial, and institutional construction industry in Northern British Columbia.
We partner with the British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA), the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) and other stakeholders to heighten our advocacy in order to provide positive outcomes for our members.
The NRCA Fully Supports the Use of Established Solicitation and Best Practices Documents for the Public & Private Sectors
Recommended Guidelines for Construction Management For a guideline to the use of Construction Management refer to the CCA 26 A Guide to the Construction Management Project Delivery Method (available in our store)
Guideline: Procurement Pre-Qualification Checklist 2017 NRCA recognizes the need for pre-qualification in limited circumstances. Generally, the ability of the Contractor to secure the necessary bonds is the sole criteria by which Contractors should be pre-qualified. Where it is deemed through the use of the Pre-Qualification Best Practice Checklist* that a pre-qualification is appropriate, the use of the CCDC 29 A Guide to Pre-qualification should be implemented to ensure a fair, open and transparent pre-qualification process, for General Contractors and Trade Contractors.