BCCA Commends Ruling in Favour of Trans Mountain Pipeline Project

The BC Construction Association welcomes today’s decision by the federal cabinet to proceed with the Trans Mountain Pipeline Project. For the apprentices and tradespeople in BC’s industrial, commercial and institutional construction sector, the project represents not just an opportunity to develop their skills and gain valuable experience, but the opportunity to secure meaningful employment that supports their families and their communities. And while an infrastructure project such as this plays a key role in B.C.’s workforce development, we agree that it must only take place in a way that respects Canada’s commitments to environmental responsibility and meaningful engagement with Indigenous people an organizations.

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March 05, 2018

BC Close Out Procedures

The purpose of this Document is to recommend standard procedures to facilitate the closing stages of a construction contract and the close out of the project.
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December 14, 2017

The Unsung Heroes of Public Sector Construction

The BC Construction Association, the province’s provincial advocate for the industrial, commercial, and industrial construction sector, recognized seven public projects and owners for excellence in construction procurement in 2017.
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May 17, 2017

New Construction Industry Report Shows Procurement Drives Innovation

VICTORIA, BC – The British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) has published a follow-up to its Innovation Report (February 2016), which revealed BC’s construction sector lags behind other jurisdictions when it comes to innovation. The new report is called “Procuring Innovation” and lays out the case for the sector to recognize the procurement process as the key for driving innovative projects and sector development.
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January 06, 2017

Tribunal Rules on US Gypsum Board Imports

An inquiry has made a series of recommendations about import duties after hearing about the injury caused to Canada’s industry by the pricing regime for gypsum board brought in from the USA.
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December 14, 2016

NRCA's New Website Launches

We are happy to announce that our new website is live! We are excited for our members to take advantage of all the new features available to them.
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