BCCA is the provincial voice of BC's construction industry.

Executive Summary

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Our Vision

Our vision is that British Columbia is home to a world-class construction sector that demonstrates exceptional productivity and resilience.

Our Mission

Our mission is to ensure that BC’s skilled workforce, resources, and regulatory environments exceed the needs and expectations of our industrial, commercial, and institutional construction employers.

Our Values

From the jobsite to the boardroom we value community, safety, ethical and respectful business practices, fair market competition, and a pioneering approach to the future through leadership and innovation.

Strategic Plan

BCCA STRATEGIC PLAN 2017-2020

Download our Strategic Plan 2017 - 2020 here.


BCCA Briefing

Your April Briefing
#ConstructionMonthBC Special Edition


Construction Month


Hello,

Here’s what you need to know.

  • Construction and Skilled Trades Month in BC was proclaimed!

We celebrate the 225,000 British Columbians who work in the skilled trades, and the 24,000 employers who support them with Construction & Skilled Trades Month in British Columbia. Watch the official proclamation video. 

  • The Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training is celebrating Construction and Skilled Trades Month

The British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) and the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills, and Training have been raising awareness about careers in construction throughout April for #ConstructionMonthBC. 

  • BCIT officially kicked off #ConstructionMonthBC

BCCA President Chris Atchison along with Minister Melanie Mark, ITA's Gary Herman and VRCA's CEO Fiona Famulak attended The British Columbia Institute of Technology’s (BCIT) School of Construction and the Environment’s breakfast launch of Construction and Skilled Trades Month at the school’s Burnaby campus. Browse the event pictures

VICA's Infrastructure Masterclass is scheduled for February 28, 2018. VRCA will host its next session on April 16, 2018. NRCA is planning its next session for May 2018.

  • Construction Month brings team pride from our Associations with #BuiltRight!

The BC Construction Association, Vancouver Island Construction Association, Southern Interior Construction Association and the Northern Regional Construction Association tweeted and posted their #BuiltRight pride this month. Team members from STEP and BCCA Integrating Newcomers also got involved! 

  • Contractors' Breakfasts are happening across the province

For Construction and Skilled Trades Month in BC, the Northern Regional Construction Association, Vancouver Island Construction Association, and the Southern Interior Construction Association hosted Contractors' Breakfast to bring the industry together. #ConstructionMonthBC partners Graham Construction, Camosun College, Turner Construction and College of New Caledonia also signed on to celebrate the industry with a morning meal and mingling. 

  • 25 Leadership Awards handed out across the province

Regional Construction Associations and #ConstructionMonthBC partners from across the province honored hardworking British Columbians who work in the skilled trades with Construction Leadership Awards. Highlights include awards given by Turner Construction, Graham Construction, Northern Legendary Construction Ltd. and Camosun College

  • Understanding Risk+ BC_Built Environment launched at the BC Legislature 

Based in Terrace, Steven Bernard focuses exclusively on helping connect local construction employers with workers and potential workers in Northern BC.  Get in touch with him today

  • Build Force: Major projects stretch BC's construction workforce

On April 16th, the BCCA board along with Minister Mike Farnworth and Parliamentary Secretary Jennifer Rice kicked off the UR+ BC symposium at the BC Legislature.  The UR+BC symposium marked the first time the construction industry has played a leadership role in tackling the challenges of hazard mitigation and increased resilience in the industrial, commercial, and institutional built environment. 

  • The UR+ BC symposium story came to Twitter

The two-day symposium was all about conversation. Scientists, construction industry leaders, engineers, government representatives and more talked and tweeted their thoughts. 

  • A Conversation with Dr. Lucy Jones

BCCA COO, Lisa Stevens, sat down with Lucy Jones, an expert in earthquake research and earthquake risk reduction from LA to discuss resilience in the built environment

  • BCCA President on air with CFAX1070 for UR+ BC

How often does the thought of a catastrophic earthquake cross your mind? Listen to BCCA President Chris Atchison on CFAX 1070 talking #URBC

  • The Construction Leadership Dinner was a hit!

On Monday, April 17, 2018, the Construction Leadership Dinner, one of the many festivities and events celebrating Construction and Skilled Trades Month in BC, was hosted by BCCA at the Royal B.C. Museum, and attended by Premier Horgan, The Honourable Melanie Mark Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training, and the Honourable Claire Trevena, Minister of Transportation, as well leaders from key construction sector stakeholder groups including the four Regional Construction Associations, the Industry Training Authority and WorkSafe BC.

Seven individuals from across the province were honored at the Construction Leadership Dinner for their leadership and exemplary contributions to a diverse construction workforce. Nominations came from every corner of the province: each honoree reflects an important part of the construction industry. Read more about the Construction Leadership Award winners.

  • BCCA and BC Hockey launch 'Hard Hats and Hockey Sticks' 

BC’s industrial, commercial, and institutional builders are stepping up to recognize the hardest working hockey players from BC’s Major Midget League (MML) and Female Midget AAA League (FMAAA) teams through a new program that will honour a player from each team every month of the season. Here's the program's game plan. 

  • The Construction Industry is celebrating!

Whether it's a labourer, tradesperson, contractor, owner, manufacturer, supplier, industry organization, or government agency, they're all giving their voices to #ConstructionMonthBC through tweets, Facebook posts & Instagram posts. This is what #ConstructionMonthBC looks like - so far!

  • The #BCTECH Summit discount available

At this year's #BCTECH Summit, explore how traditional industries are adopting technology to stay competitive. Sign up here and get a discount. 

  • 2018 CCDC seminars 

Conducted by CCDC members and contributors to CCDC documents, these CCDC Seminars feature both a morning and afternoon session, as well as a bonus luncheon presentation on new and updated CCDC documents. The BC dates include: May 2 in Prince George, May 3 in Victoria, May 8 in Kelowna, and May 11 in Vancouver. 

#ConstructionMonthBC In The News

Turner, BCCA honour skilled tradespeople for Construction Month
Victoria sheet metal worker honoured with B.C. Construction Leadership Awards
BCIT kicks off Construction and Skilled Trades Month
Build TogetHER BC members lead the way!
Sooke journeyperson Mary-Anne Bowcott named as a Construction Leadership Award Winner 2018
Celebrating Construction and Skilled Trades Month in April

Sincerely, 

The Team at BCCA

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