British Columbia has approximately $325 billion in proposed construction projects on its books. B.C.’s construction industry, which comprises almost 24,000 companies, employs more than 250,000 men and women and contributes nine per cent to the provincial gross domestic product, delivers roughly $15 billion in completed projects each year.

As B.C.’s oldest and largest construction association, the Vancouver Regional Construction Association (VRCA) represents the general and trade contractors, manufacturers, suppliers and various professional services providers who operate in the industrial, commercial and institutional construction industry in the Lower Mainland.

As such, VRCA publicly takes positions and speaks out on business issues that impact its members positively or negatively while remaining bi-partisan.

It partners with the British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA), the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) and other stakeholders as appropriate, to amplify its advocacy voice and influence provincial and national conversations on issues affecting the local construction industry.

Issues that we are actively engaged in, through our own efforts or with our partners:

Community Benefits Agreement BC

B.C. Labour Relations Code Review

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Community Benefits Agreement BC

Community Benefits Agreement – B.C.

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Prompt Payment

Prompt Payment

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Canadian Tariffs

Canadian Tariffs on steel and aluminum

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Proportional Representation

Proportional Representation

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