Rendering of the new $80.6-million Royal Canadian Dragoon facilities

Dragoons facilities progressing well under first federal Integrated Project Delivery contract

A DCC-first pilot project to build new facilities for the Royal Canadian Dragoons at 4th Canadian Division Support Base Petawawa is on time and on target, paving the way for a potential paradigm shift in defence construction.

Construction of the Wing Telecommunications and Information Systems

Shearwater building project showcasing importance of collaboration for DCC

A new building at 12 Wing Shearwater will bring together several units who provide important behind-the-scenes telecommunications support to CFB Halifax.

Sabrina Girard and Marie-Anne Bergeron

Bagotville becomes the first air show in the world to receive eco-friendly certification

In December 2019, the International Council of Air Shows presented the prestigious Platinum Pinnacle Award to the Bagotville International Air Show 2019 (BIAS 2019). The organization has been recognized globally for taking up the huge challenge to become carbon neutral, ISO 20121-certified, and BNQ Standard 9700-253-certified.

The rock slope above the Fleet Diving Unit at CFB Esquimalt

Rock slope reinforcement protects Esquimalt members

Members of Canada's Fleet Diving Unit (FDU) face many risks– but for the unit at CFB Esquimalt, one of theirs was on dry land. The buildings that make up the FDU at Esquimalt were constructed many years ago at the foot of a rock wall which had become a concern over time.


In our past issues

DCC helps RMC alumni mark contribution of LAV III

A new memorial at Kingston's Royal Military College (RMC) marks the contribution of the light armoured vehicle known as the LAV III to Canada's military mission in Afghanistan and those who served there.

One-of-a-kind ship fuelling system coming online in Canada's North

A unique ship fuelling system reached a milestone when a fuel hose was connected from land to HMCS Ville de Québec at the Nanisivik Naval Facility in August 2019.