Aerial view of the Goose Bay remediation projection. The clean-up is scheduled to be completed by 2020.

DCC environmental team helping Client-Partner, government meet green goals

The environment is important to Canada and to Canadians—and it is important for DCC, too.

Environmental practitioners have been in the organization's ranks since the 1990s, and they now make up roughly 10 percent of the workforce, says George Theoharopoulos, ...

United States Army Reserve units deploy to 5 Wing Goose Bay for Exercise Northern Frontier. The American soldiers built a road, a bridge and buildings, and repaired sections of one of the runways.

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 Defence Construction Canada projects at 5 Wing Goose Bay, including the creation of a new, secure entrance to the base.


Juliet Woodfield

Collaboration, trust and work-life balance top of mind for new VP

DCC's new CFO and "VP People" already likes what she sees. "There's great camaraderie here and everyone is very professional and collaborative," says Juliet Woodfield, Vice-President, Finance & Human Resources and Chief Financial Officer.

(l to r) Mélinda Nycholat, DCC Vice-President, Operations, Wing Commander Col Patrick Thauberger, Diana Brothers, Warden, Municipality of the County of Kings, Treasury Board President Scott Brison, the late Doug Lloyd, Director General, Infrastructure and Environmental Engineering Services, and Colin Fraser, MP for West Nova.

Special guests break ground for 14 Wing's new control tower

What can now be described as undersized and outdated will soon be innovative and top-line, with the September ground-breaking for the new air traffic control tower at 14 Wing Greenwood complete and construction underway.


DCC won the National Procurement Institute’s Award of Excellence in Procurement for the third year in a row.

DCC lauded for its growing focus on e-procurement

DCC's expanding e-procurement capability has helped the organization win the National Procurement Institute's Award of Excellence in Procurement for the third year in a row.


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In our past issues

Rolling out the purple carpet

When 7,000 people are coming over, you pull out all the stops. For a Defence Construction Canada team at CFB Wainwright, that includes building a new bridge almost a year ahead of schedule and in the middle of winter.


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

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