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Welcome to BCCA
BCCA’s mission is to ensure our province is home to a world-class construction sector that demonstrates exceptional productivity and resilience.
We’ve made it our mission to ensure that the skilled workforce, resources, and regulatory environment exceeds the needs and expectations of all industrial, commercial, and institutional construction employers. We work to ensure that everyone is represented, whether union or open shop, general or trade, located in the north or the south or anywhere in between.
BCCA programs serve more than 10,000 contractors, and with such an enormous reach we are the go-to source of information and guidance for our industry.
Our provincial advocacy focuses on what matters most to construction employers across BC. We work collaboratively with our four Regional Construction Associations to support their local issues, and with the Canadian Construction Association on issues that have federal jurisdiction or are national priorities. Be sure to subscribe to our monthly BCCA Briefing to get the latest on important topics like prompt payment and compulsory trades.
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We’ll let you know about important information that affects the way you work within BC’s Construction Industry, programs and services you can use to gain a competitive advantage, and other interesting BCCA activity.
“The construction industry is resilient and used to managing risk. COVID-19 will challenge us,
but we will work together and we will come through it.” – Chris Atchison, President
Construction is the largest employer in BC’s goods sector, with a core workforce of 212,000+ across 25,000+ companies.
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