Members of DCC's Executive and Senior Management Teams, the Board Chair, and retired DCC Vice-President, Operations and current Colonel Commandant of the Canadian Military Engineering Branch with recipients of DCC´s 2016 National Awards.

Annual awards honour employee contributions to DCC's success

DCC recognized the outstanding performance of its employees and teams at the 2016 National Awards ceremony. In his remarks at the May 3, 2016, award ceremony, James Paul, DCC President and CEO, reflected on outstanding employee contributions to effectively respond to increases in DCC's workload.

On February 2, 2016, DCC employees and representatives of 14 Wing Greenwood Construction Engineering met to learn more about Energy Performance Contracts (EPCs) and explore the steps to successfully implement this type of contract.

DND's new Energy Performance Contract program launches in just four months

Collaboration and innovation made the difference when an agreement with the Infrastructure and Environment Group of DND in November 2015 created a new Energy Performance Contract (EPC) program with a very tight timeline.


DCC supports CFHA in maintaining residential housing units for DND. The new pilot program that amalgamated maintenance and service contracts into one contract will cover the repair and maintenance work for 1,656 housing units at CFB Petawawa.

Pilot project increases efficiency at Garrison Petawawa

The Canadian Forces Housing Agency (CFHA) has the crucial job of maintaining, managing and allocating residential housing units for the DND. With help from DCC, they've jointly developed a new Maintenance and Service Contract (MSC) that supports efficiencies in both time and financial resources.

Rendering of Shared Services Canada's Enterprise Data Centre located at CFB Borden, Ontario.

DCC building expertise with latest P3 project

With a second procurement for a Public-Private Partnership (P3) under its belt, DCC is building its expertise in this increasingly common approach to large construction projects.


Construction of the new 6,800-m2 TAPV facility at 5 CDSB Gagetown.

Teamwork and Client-Partner support keep Gagetown project moving

Three factors have ensured that the new Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle (TAPV) facility at 5 CDSB Gagetown will be finished earlier than planned, despite the floor area being 38% larger than originally conceived.

In our past issues

FIIP targets spark collaboration and creativity on Bagotville housing and community projects

The housing crunch at CFB Bagotville received some much-needed relief this winter in the form of 16 new permanent married quarters.


DCC puts priority on delivering Nanisivik Naval Facilty Project

DCC has been contracting and managing construction of the Nanisivik Naval Facility, located in Nunavut along the north shore of Baffin Island, just south of the Northwest Passage, near the community of Arctic Bay.