BCCA Statistics Fall 2021 in Around Town

November 18, 2021

Your Weekly Construction Briefing

The BC Construction Association (BCCA) recently released its annual report for 2020/2021. The report notes at every level, the work of BC’s construction industry has been impacted by COVID-19, from daily operational adjustments on every job site to massive structural impacts at the most macro level. 

The BC Construction Association has released its 2020/2021 Annual Report and the challenges like COVID-19 still facing the industry.

The pandemic heightened the challenges faced by employers in the industry, including Prompt Payment, Skilled Workforce Acquisition and Retention, Community Benefits Agreements, Compulsory Trades, and Contract Terms and Public Sector Procurement Best Practises. Alongside the annual report, BCCA also released statistics on the construction industry in BC. Here are some of the highlights:

  • $125 Billion current construction, up 11%
  • $220 Billion proposed projects
  • 212,800 employees in BC construction, down 6% $62,398 average yearly wage, up 7%
  • 6.2% of workforce is female, up 35%

The BC Construction Stat Packs are a summary of the key statistics and trends from the BC construction sector. For full details visit BCCA Stats.

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