The Province of B.C. and the BC Construction Association (BCCA) marked International Women's Day with the launch of the Builders Code, a comprehensive program that aims to address B.C.'s skilled labour shortage by reducing harassment, bullying and hazing on construction worksites. The Builders Code defines an Acceptable Worksite and provides employers with tools, training and resources to improve and promote safe and productive worksite behavior.
British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA)
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The BC Construction Association (BCCA) is reporting better than expected results for B.C.'s skilled workforce, in key figures released today for the province's industrial, commercial, and institutional construction sector.
Strong activity in British Columbia's construction industry is drawing skilled workers back to the province from Alberta and more young people are entering the trades, according to the 2016 Construction Industry Survey recently released by the BC Construction Association, in partnership with Progressive Contractors Association and Construction Labour Relations.
The British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) has announced the appointment of long time construction industry leader Susan Zacharias to the role of Board Chair for the 2015-2016 term, effective immediately.
The British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) supports the decision by the Government of Canada to approve the Northern Gateway Pipeline project.
New Technology Links BCBID and BidCentral: Construction Industry and Government Enter New Era of Collaboration and Data Sharing
The British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) and the B.C. government have partnered to connect the BCCA’s BidCentral system with the BC Bid procurement platform for public sector projects. This new link makes it possible for construction owners to post projects onto both platforms simultaneously, improving access, efficiency, and transparency throughout the construction bid process.
The British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) has launched the Hire Guide (www.hireguide.ca), an interactive resource to help construction employers source skilled workers in an increasingly competitive market. BC’s construction sector is anticipating a shortfall of at least 30,500 skilled workers by 2021.