June 16, 2021
Construction Workers Get Fast-Tracked for Covid Vaccine in Vancouver
BC Construction Association Teams with Regional Health Authorities for Priorty Access
June 16, 2021
BC Hydro and Site C Contractors Launch Canada's First Builders Code Work Site
Set a new industry standard with project-wide commitment to eradicate hazing, bullying, harassment
April 29, 2021
Four British Columbians Recognized for Extraordinary Safety Leadership During Pandemic
Awards Honour Province's best as part of BC Construction and Skilled Trades Month
April 22, 2021
Latest Construction Industry Statistics Reveal Strength Despite Pandemic Challenges
Skilled labour availability still key issue across construction sector even as worker satisfaction soars
March 25, 2021
BCCA Wins National Award for Second Consecutive Year
The BCCA is proud to once again receive the Canadian Construction Association's Workforce Award of Excellence.
March 22, 2021
BC Restaurants to Benefit From Construction Month Celebrations This April
The organizers are offering 100 grants totaling $37,500 to encourage construction employers to treat their crews to a free lunch from a local restaurant. Sponsors hope this will kick off a pass-it-on type challenge and spur lunchtime events on construction sites across BC during April.
March 10, 2021
Christy Kerr of Kerr Controls Inc. To Chair BCCA Employee Benefit Trust Board of Trustees
The BCCA Employee Benefit Trust (EBT) is honoured to announce the appointment of Christy Kerr to the position of Chair of its Board of Trustees. Christy has been serving as a Board Trustee for the EBT since 2013.
January 06, 2021
Daily Commercial News - 2021 Preview: Stakeholders ruminate on COVID’s future impact on Canada’s construction sector
January 05, 2021
What We Learned from 2020
December 22, 2020
Letters to the Vancouver Sun: Legislate Prompt Payments for the Construction Industry
Letters to The Vancouver Sun, Dec. 22, 2020
December 14, 2020
Builders Code Champion Awards Celebrate Culture Change In BC’s Construction Industry
The Builders Code is honouring six employers with Builders Code Champion Awards for leading the way in advancing the culture of BC's industrial, commercial, and institutional construction sector.
September 23, 2020
BC Construction Association Announces New Board Chair
Mike Fawcett of Brock White Steps up to Lead
September 21, 2020
BCCA Releases it's 2020 Annual Report
On Friday, September 18th, The BCCA held it's Annual General Meeting and shared it's latest Annual Report which covers the fiscal period between April 1, 2019, and March 31, 2020.
June 16, 2020
BC Construction Association Recognized for Achievements in Workforce Development with National Award
The BC Construction Association (BCCA) is proud to be the first recipient of the Canadian Construction Association’s (CCA) Workforce Excellence Award.
June 05, 2020
BC Construction Sector Awards to Recognize Workplace Diversity
Nominations open for BCCA's 2nd Annual Builders Code Champion Awards
May 29, 2020
Construction Sector United in Fight Against COVID-19
Source: Vancouver Sun
Published: Friday, May 29, 2020
May 14, 2020
Construction Culture Training Goes Virtual During Covid-19 Crisis
BCCA’s Builders Code expands with Crew App and online training
March 06, 2020
Business, Indigenous, and Community Leaders Call for a Return to Order
Business Examiner, March 5, 2020 Article
March 02, 2020
BCCA Statement regarding COVID-19 coronavirus
Important information for Construction Industry Employers, including a downloadable Health and Safety Notice to share with employees.
November 29, 2019
Inaugural Builders Code Champion Awards Celebrate Construction Sector Leadership
Nine months after unveiling the resources to help the industrial, commercial, and institutional construction sector set a standard code of conduct on worksites in B.C., the Builders Code has honoured six companies for their leadership at the inaugural Builders Code Champion Awards. Hosted by the BCCA and Minerva BC at the Ocean Pointe Resort in Victoria yesterday, the awards recognized companies with advanced policies and practices that seek to ensure all employees can reach their full potential in the skilled trades.
November 26, 2019
BCCA Celebrates National Construction Day with New Worksite Behavior Training App
As part of its ongoing efforts to address bullying, hazing, and harassment on B.C. construction worksites, the BC Construction Association (BCCA) is marking National Construction Day with the beta launch of a new Builders Code Crew Training App that uses animation and humour to help construction workers recognize the difference between “Cool or Tool” behavior on the worksite.
October 25, 2019
Fall 2019 Statistics Show Progress on Key Construction Sector Indicators
Increase in number of construction companies and average wage highlight strong sector performance
August 23, 2019
BCCA Welcomes Trans Mountain Announcement Resuming Work on Pipeline Expansion Project
The BC Construction Association welcomes Wednesday’s (Aug. 21) announcement by Trans Mountain Corporation President and CEO Ian Anderson that construction work on the project will resume in communities along the route, including an immediate return to work at B.C.’s Burnaby Terminal and Westridge Marine Terminal. According to Trans Mountain, this will see 4,200 contract workers working along the route in B.C. and Alberta in the fourth quarter of 2019.
August 20, 2019
Builders Code Ramps Up Services Across Northern Region
New Builders Code training for site supervisors, forepersons and union business managers on how best to deal with the perpetrators and targets of worksite bullying and harassment was announced today in Prince George, along with a new local Employer Advisor for the northern region. The training, which supports the construction personnel that work most closely with tradespeople on construction sites, was announced by Northern Regional Construction Association (NRCA) CEO Scott Bone.
July 04, 2019
Aligning the Construction and Technology Sectors
Construction is changing. With a skilled labour shortage and other pressures affecting our industry, it is more important than ever to innovate and become a future-forward construction company. New technologies that help us become more productive and efficient are critical to moving the construction industry forward, but can also feel overwhelming at times.