Charles Langlois (left), DCC Coordinator, Professional Services Contracts from Valcartier Garrison hands off DCC project support to Mark Jarman, DCC Coordinator, Construction Services from CFB Borden at the site in Kuwait.

DCC expertise shines through overseas

Sometimes even the smallest of projects can create the biggest hurdles — but the DCC team supporting Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) work overseas is showing how experience can overcome challenges, regardless of location.

Aerial view of the Goose Bay remediation projection. The clean-up is scheduled to be completed by 2020.

Intensive 15-plus year remediation nears the finish line

CFB Goose Bay was a very different place in 1941. The Labrador base was a bustling, staging hub built in partnership with the United States to support the war effort. Environmental regulations, of course, were also much different then.

The North Park Armoury is a federally-designated heritage building and National Historic Site of Canada. This rehabilitation project will provide facilities to meet the operational requirements of two Canadian Army Reserve units.

Repairing century-old damage key part of Halifax Armouries rehabilitation

DCC experts and their industry colleagues are applying their talents to repairing a prominent landmark damaged in the 1917 Halifax explosion.

A ground breaking ceremony for the new Health Services Centre at CFB Edmonton was held on June 21, 2016.

New health care facility creates excitement in Edmonton

For the multiple health care units at CFB Edmonton, July 2019 can't come soon enough. That will mark the completion of the new Health Services Centre, currently under construction management by the local DCC team.

DCC team spirit garners national recognition

DCC team spirit garners national recognition in the GCWCC

DCC's spirited and successful national fundraising campaign is now an award-winning one. DCC received the 2016 National Team Spirit Award from the organizers of the Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign


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Keeping to the schedule key to projects such as Trenton's Hangar 6

Time is of the essence on construction projects. Sticking to the schedule while being flexible enough to accommodate unforeseen circumstances are essential daily elements of the work of DCC coordinators.

Golden moment as DCC recognized as one of Canada's safest employers

DCC has been named one of Canada's safest employers for the second year in a row. DCC's Health and Safety and Hazard Prevention Program won the 2016 Gold Award (public sector category) in the competition sponsored by Canadian Occupational Safety, topping its 2015 Silver medal win.