Piles from the demolished B Jetty crane at high tide. The piles and rock anchors will be cut after dredging.

Specialist expertise and stakeholder communications key to Jetty renewal

The $781-million A/B Jetty Recapitalization Project at CFB Esquimalt has achieved a key milestone with the successful contract award that includes the demolition of the 1940s wooden B Jetty in the Esquimalt dockyard.

DCC is supporting the $6-million project to design and install a new fire suppression system at CFS Alert in Nunavut.

Numerous challenges for design of fire system in Canada's Far North

Designing a modern fire suppression system is a complex task, but add in aging buildings, limited access to water and -40℃ to -50℃ temperatures? That's a whole other level of complexity.


DCC at Work

Air traffic control cab ready for installation at 14 Wing Greenwood

After months of meticulous preparation and construction of the concrete raft slab and nine story structure, the new Air Traffic Control Tower at 14 Wing Greenwood is ready for the pièce de résistance...

Brian Simpson (left) and Julien Wong, DCC Coordinators, Construction Services inspect the construction of the $12.8-million floats project in Delta, B.C.

Expertise and collaboration keeping Esquimalt Harbour project on even keel

A $12.8-million project to increase mooring space in the CFB Esquimalt Harbour is showcasing DCC's expertise and collaborative approach.


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Construction of Halifax Jetty more than halfway complete

DCC has reached a major milestone in the construction of the new Jetty NJ at CFB Halifax, a $93-million project to replace ageing jetties along the Halifax dockyard. The 247-metre-long by 43-metre-wide concrete jetty is now more than halfway complete, leaving officials feeling confident the project will meet its opening date in 2018.


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.