The first aircraft (CC-177 Globemaster) entered Hangar 6 for maintenance on December 8, 2016 at CFB Trenton, Ontario.

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.

In September 2016, DCC's Scott Carruthers and Tamara Van Dyck completed site inspections at Polar Bear Provincial Park along the southern shore of Hudson Bay.

DCC's expertise resonates beyond Mid-Canada Line clean-up

Canada's northern reaches create major geographic and climate challenges for environmental remediation, but a unique partnership between federal and provincial governments, DCC and First Nations has successfully overcome these challenges and more.

 Completed towers at site 1 (foreground) and site 2 (background). DCC managed the assembly of fuel/air towers at DRDC's Suffield Research Centre.

Specialized towers built to aid explosive research

Building a tower that can withstand years of Alberta weather is one thing. Making those towers capable of withstanding thousands of explosions as well is another challenge altogether—one tackled by the DCC team at CFB Suffield.

DCC's Karyan Ngo and Paula Simpson inspect construction of the Peace Support Training Centre at CFB Kingston.

Centre of Excellence moving into new Kingston facility

In July this year, the Peace Support Training Centre (PSTC) will move into a facility befitting its role as a Centre of Excellence for training and leadership.

DCC is providing support to DND as it assesses potential contaminated legacy sites that require remediation.

Collaboration making DCC effective partner for site assessment project

Through a collaborative approach, DCC is providing effective support to Department of National Defence (DND) as it works to obtain a better understanding of potential contaminated sites across Canada.


In our past issues

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.

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.