Best wishes for the holidays from DCC

James Paul

A year can bring with it numerous accomplishments, and that was certainly true for DCC in 2016.

We continued to seize the opportunity to deliver projects funded by the federal infrastructure investments and turned our minds to new projects made possible by additional funding announced in Budget 2016. We enhanced our assistance to Client-Partners as they strive to become more energy-efficient and we proudly provided our support to the Canadian Armed Forces in Iraq and Kuwait.

It was also an award-winning year for DCC. The excellence of our procurement practices, including the successful launch of our e-procurement system, received international recognition. In October, DCC was also named one of Canada’s safest employers.

As 2016 draws to a close, I also reflect with gratitude on the diversity, strength and dedication of the DCC team, without whom none of our successes would have been possible.

DCC’s strength is really its people. And, in 2017, we will be making an even greater investment in them with a renewed focus on health and wellness, and respect and diversity in the workplace. I am confident that this will only serve to help us to continue to provide our exemplary service and support to our Client-Partners.

On behalf of everyone at DCC, I extend my thanks to all of you and best wishes for the holiday season and a happy and prosperous new year.

James Paul
President and CEO


In our past issues

Partnership with US Army Reserves results in successes at Goose Bay

What was created as a training opportunity for the United States Army Reserves (USAR) has resulted in a series of successful projects for DCC projects at 5 Wing Goose Bay, including the creation of a new, secure entrance to the base.

Rolling out the purple carpet

When 7,000 people are coming over, you pull out all the stops. For a Defence Construction Canada team at CFB Wainwright, that includes building a new bridge almost a year ahead of schedule and in the middle of winter.