James S. Paul

Holiday greetings from DCC

As another busy year comes to a close, I reflect with pride on the achievements of DCC over the past 12 months. With the volume of our business continuing to grow, we have shown once again that we are responsive and flexible to the needs of our Client-Partners.

Aerial view of the new jetty at CFB Halifax during construction. When complete, the $93-million jetty will provide docking for the Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships.

Construction of Halifax Jetty more than halfway complete

DCC has reached a major milestone in the construction of the new Jetty NJ at CFB Halifax, a $93-million project to replace ageing jetties along the Halifax dockyard. The 247-metre-long by 43-metre-wide concrete jetty is now more than halfway complete, ...

Ryan Maher, DCC Coordinator, Construction Services on the roof of the SSC data centre. The background shows the generator yard. The roof is 8,990-m2—over 5,5NHL hockey rinks.

DCC reaches a milestone for the Borden data centre P3 project

DCC reached a milestone for the state-of-the-art data centre at Canadian Forces Base Borden after it reached the Service Commencement Date (SCD) in the fall 2017. Shared Services Canada requested the centre as part of its Government of Canada data centre consolidation plan.

Heavy equipment at work during excavation of the contaminated soil.

Environmental rehabilitation at former CFS Moisie

The Moisie River, located near the municipality of Sept-Îles on Quebec's North Shore, is one of the longest Atlantic salmon rivers in Eastern Canada. In 2006, an environmental assessment revealed the presence of petroleum products, due to leaks from old petroleum storage tanks that were used at the former Canadian Forces Station (CFS) Moisie.

Melanie Pouliot

On the move...

DCC is pleased to announce that Mélanie Pouliot has been promoted to the position of National Service Line Leader for Contract Services.


In our past issues

Award recognizes DCC's commitment to employment equity

DCC is one of just two Crown corporations honoured for its efforts to build and maintain a diverse workforce. DCC received the 2017 Outstanding Commitment to Employment Equity award from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) on October 5, 2017, in Ottawa.

New vehicles, new facility, innovative project model

The right vehicle needs the right facility for storage and maintenance—and at 3rd Canadian Division Support Base Edmonton, the DCC team is delivering just that for the Army's newest fleet additions.