James Paul

James S. Paul re-appointed as DCC's President and CEO

On August 14, 2014, the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Public Works and Government Services, announced the re-appointment of James Paul as President and Chief Executive Officer of Defence Construction Canada. His Excellency the Governor General in Council made this re-appointment on the recommendation...

443 Maritime Helicopter Squadron in Victoria

New hangar and home to accommodate 443 Squadron for decades to come

It's the first time the 443 Maritime Helicopter Squadron in Victoria has moved in 50 years — and Brian Fraser expects it will be a long time before it has to happen again with the completion of their new $104-million facility this summer.


The new 3rd Canadian Division Headquarters at Edmonton Garrison.

New Army Western HQ stands up to the elements while protecting environment

The new 3rd Canadian Division Headquarters at Edmonton Garrison is a building designed to handle whatever Mother Nature throws at it while also protecting the environment it was built to stand up to. As a post-disaster building, the new headquarters at CFB/ASU Edmonton has...

DCC at Work

Award-winning project benefits from DCC expertise and experience

DCC played a number of important roles in an award-winning wastewater treatment project in Canada's north. The CFS Alert Wastewater Terraces project recently won the Engineering Award for Environmental Excellence from the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists.


The National Procurement Institute's Achievement in Excellence in Procurement (AEP) award.

DCC honoured for procurement best practices

A leading association of government purchasing professionals has recognized DCC's fair and transparent approach to procurement. The National Procurement Institute's Achievement in Excellence in Procurement (AEP) award honours excellence in public procurement. DCC is just one of five Canadian organizations among the 2014 recipients...

In our past issues

DCC marks National Day of Honour, recalls contribution to Afghan mission

DCC employees joined CAF members, veterans and members of the public for National Day of Honour observances across the country on May 9, 2014. James Paul, President and CEO, represented DCC at the national ceremony.


DCC serves unique client needs at CFB Suffield

Thanks to two DCC-supervised construction projects completed in 2013, CFB Suffield now has range control and fire hall facilities suited to its size and role. At 2,690 square kilometres, the base is Canada's largest military training area, with some 6,000 soldiers from the United Kingdom training there each year through ...