Shirley Cardinal and Robin Fraser

Award recognizes DCC's commitment to employment equity

DCC is one of just two Crown corporations honoured for its efforts to build and maintain a diverse workforce. DCC received the 2017 Outstanding Commitment to Employment Equity award from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) on October 5, 2017, in Ottawa.

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Apron repairs smooth the way home for the Snowbirds

Ongoing repairs to the Belle Plaine Apron at 15 Wing Moose Jaw are smoothing the arrival of the Snowbirds aerobatics team each time it returns to its home base.


Sifter

Goose Bay clean-up reaches its peak of activity

After more than 12 years of work on one of the Department of National Defence's largest environmental projects, activity at CFB Goose Bay reached its peak this summer with the remediation of thousands of cubic metres of contaminated soil.

Sam Roeske, Mark Barbeau, Steven Poaps, Bill Radway

DCC's new Yellowknife office gets "boots on the ground" in Canada's North

With a new office in Yellowknife opening in the coming weeks, DCC will soon have a full-time presence on the ground to support the infrastructure requirements of the Canadian Armed Forces in the North.


DCC employees manning the cheering station at the 2017 Army Run

DCC runs and cheers in the 10th annual Canada Army Run

DCC stepped up its participation in the Canada Army Run in 2017. Not only did many employees participate in the races, but staff and family members also set up a construction-themed cheering station for the 10th edition of the race, held in Ottawa on September 17, 2017.


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In our past issues

New vehicles, new facility, innovative project model

The right vehicle needs the right facility for storage and maintenance—and at 3rd Canadian Division Support Base Edmonton, the DCC team is delivering just that for the Army's newest fleet additions.


DCC and DND jointly piloting Integrated Project Delivery

It's ironic that one of the oldest armoured regiments of the Canadian Army — the Royal Canadian Dragoons, formed in 1883 and based out of CFB Petawawa — is set to benefit from one of the newest, most transformative contracting models in the construction industry today.