DCCís President and CEO James Paul and Vice-President, Finance & Human Resources and CFO Juliet Woodfield accepted the award at a ceremony in Ottawa on January 30, 2019.

Top employer: DCC honoured as exceptional place to work in NCR

DCC has been named one of the top employers in the National Capital Region for 2019.

Ron McMaster is presented with the Commanderís Commendation for his outstanding work in Latvia.

Latvia projects carry DCC reputation overseas

Whether it's due to the difference in language, business culture or work setting with the Client-Partner, there's no doubt about it – a posting with Defence Construction Canada overseas is unlike any experience here in Canada, as current team's experiences in Latvia have proven again.


Exterior of the new state-of-the-art medical and dental clinic in Saint-Jean, Quebec.

A state-of-the-art medical and dental clinic in Saint-Jean

As of spring 2019, health care will be provided in a brand new building at the Saint-Jean Garrison.

Rocket embedded in a tree

Coastal site presents numerous challenges for UXO clean up

Extracting a 1950s-era rocket from a tree is just one challenge crews faced as they scanned parts of an 11.5-ha DND site for unexploded explosive ordnance (UXO) and other debris to prepare it for potential divestiture.


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Another first: DCC and DND bring IPD to Government of Canada

DCC achieved another significant milestone on January 15, 2019, with the DND announcement of the first Government of Canada construction project to use the integrated project delivery (IPD) method.

Pacific Fleet Maintenance Facility Cape Breton approaching final construction phase completion

One of the largest enclosed buildings on North America's west coast, the 35,000-m2 Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) Fleet Maintenance Facility (FMF) Cape Breton, at CFB Esquimalt, is nearing the finish line.