BCCA Official News Releases

With COVID-19 physical distancing orders in effect across British Columbia, the BC Construction Association (BCCA) is making its anti-harassment, hazing, and bullying training available online to help fight transmission of the virus while supporting worksite safety and productivity…

The BC Construction Association (BCCA) has signed a new deal with eSolutionsGroup to supply the back-end technology powering BCCA’s construction procurement platform BidCentral…

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…

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…

Increase in number of construction companies and average wage highlight strong sector performance…

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…

The BCCA has published an industry study that reveals BC’s construction sector is lagging behind other jurisdictions when it comes to innovation.