DCC employees continue to work onsite while respecting COVID‑19 health and safety precautions.

DCC maintaining critical operations during COVID‑19 pandemic

The COVID‑19 pandemic has forced many Government of Canada organizations, including Defence Construction Canada, to revise their policies and procedures to adapt to rapidly changing circumstances.

Garrison Wainwright's new community centre

DCC team helps gets Wainwright's community centre off the ground

While the idea of Garrison Wainwright's new community centre took root some time ago, the project team and community is now seeing it sprout, thanks in part to the planning and coordination work by the DCC team at Wainwright.

Fort Frontenac wall

Beating the weather to repair historic Kingston stone wall

Just in time for the end of "masonry season" come the final touches on the two-year restoration of the stone wall surrounding Kingston, Ontario's 17th century garrison, Fort Frontenac.

Installation of stormwater management system.

Greening of defence infrastructure on track in Gagetown

The new mega-engineering support facility at CFB Gagetown is well on its way to helping the Department of National Defence reach its greenhouse gas (GHG) emission targets.

In our past issues

Future fighter capability project set to begin

While Canada awaits word on a new fighter jet to replace the venerable CF‑18, DCC staff are hard at work planning the infrastructure that will house these next-generation fighter aircraft.

Big build for big team at Gagetown

Gagetown's 4 Engineering Support Regiment (4ESR) is a big group, with a big challenge. Their 450‑person unit has been operating out of a disconnected group of aging buildings that simply can't meet their needs any longer.