Representatives from DCC, PCL Constructors Canada Inc. and Architecture49 Inc. at the integrated project delivery contract signing ceremony on October 15, 2018, in Ottawa.

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.

James Paul, DCC President and CEO, and Matthew Boswell, Interim Commissioner of Competition, signed a memorandum of understanding on December 20, 2018, in Ottawa.

DCC–Competition Bureau partnership focusing on procurement integrity

DCC and the Competition Bureau have agreed to cooperate in their common work to ensure the integrity of the public procurement process.

Construction of the new $319-million complex for the Canadian Special Operations Regiment (CSOR) at CFB Petawawa.

Special Operations Forces training complex at Petawawa a significant project

Defence Construction Canada is doing its part to ensure Special Operations Forces Command personnel at CFB Petawawa have the modern, robust training facilities they need to protect Canadian interests at home and abroad. Work is underway on the new $319-million complex for the Canadian Special Operations Regiment (CSOR).

Queen's Ditch following the completion of the roughly $3.75-million project.

Protecting property with pond improvements

A big excavation project led to equally big surprises for a project team at CFB Comox looking to improve the base's drainage system which was impacting neighbouring properties.


In our past issues

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.

Willow Park Armoury improves functionality for Halifax Army Reserve units

A new armoury at Halifax's Willow Park site is bringing together three army reserve units under one roof, providing modern facilities that will support the units' ability to train, work, and deploy on exercises and operations.