February 20, 2018
BC Budget 2018 – What you need to know
“It’s an ambitious budget that is working hard to provide assistance to equity seeking groups, which we can all appreciate. But it’s likely to be hard on small businesses who will see increased expenses – this is concerning because employers already have a significant cost burden. “ - Chris Atchison, President, BCCA
February 19, 2018
Q&A: Matthew Cronwiller, Manager Facilities Capital Construction, Vancouver Island Health Authority - South Region
There is a cast of thousands who make up Island Health's Design & Construction leadership team. They're the reason a 2017 Best of Public Procurement Award was awarded.
February 16, 2018
RE: Oil, Wine and gas become flammable mix
I can’t let Les Leyne’s comment that Wine Month “sounds a lot more fun than…Construction and Skilled Trades Month” go by without a sober reminder of what’s at stake.
February 15, 2018
Understanding Risk in BC's Built Environment: World Bank UR+ Symposium Comes to Victoria
BC’s industrial, commercial and institutional builders will join geological scientists and emergency management professionals in Victoria this spring to share perspectives on mitigating hazard risk and improving disaster resilience in the built environment.
February 14, 2018
BCCA responds to throne speech
The BC Construction Association is encouraged that yesterday’s Speech from the Throne means good things ahead for all of BC’s tradespeople.
January 22, 2018
Q&A: Jigar Patel, Director of Capital Projects, Interior Health Authority
We sat down with Jigar Patel, Director of Capital Projects for Interior Health Authority, to learn more about the procurement team and their work.
January 22, 2018
Q&A: Chris Sheel, Manager of Procurement Services, City of Vernon
Here's how Chris Sheel's procurement team tackled the Kal Tire Place's procurement process, including a couple words of advice for other procurement specialists.
January 16, 2018
Q&A: Elizabeth Zhu, Acting Manager, Facilities Procurement Lower Mainland Facilities Management
As a 2017 Best of Procurement honouree, we asked Lower Mainland Facilities Management Health Authorities to answer a couple questions for us.
December 18, 2017
"Best bid" named construction phrase of the year
BCCA named “Best Bid” the most important two words in construction this year, following a statement by Premier Horgan in October to the BC Federation of Labour: “Low bids might be good for BC Liberals, but “best bids” are what we are going to do” said the Premier.
December 12, 2017
2017 Best of Public Procurement
The following procurement stars of 2017 lead the way for others in our competitive industry.