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Upcoming Events

2018 Annual Event Calendar

Jan - 9-Board of Directors (BOD) Meeting

Feb - 6-BOD M

Mar - 6-BOD

Apr - BOD  / Industry Dinner Meeting

May - 8-BOD

May 25 - Mesothelioma Golf Tournament

June -12-BOD  

July - 10-BOD

Aug - No Meetings

Sept - 5 BOD Meeting

Sept - 7-10-TIAC Conference 

Oct - 23 - BOD Meeting

Nov - 15 - BOD / AGM / Dinner Presentation with Ronald Coleman (Executive Suites Hotel Bby)

Dec - 8 - Christmas Dinner at River Rock Casino Rmd.

Dec - 18 - BOD / BOD Luncheon



BCICA Members attend TIAC Convention in Victoria

Members of BCICA took the time to attend the Thermal Insulation Association of Canada (TIAC) convention held recently in Victoria, B.C. Judging from the variety of the program, and the enthusiasm of the conference delegates, the 2014 Conference was a resounding success.

Featured speakers included Dr, Martin Collis - a renowned speaker on Workplace Wellness , Mr. George Hedley, who spoke about Entrepreneurial Excellence, and Mr. Amos Avitan, speaker and author of : Attitude - The Most Powerful Tool you possess. All the presenters stressed the importance of a healthy and qualified workforce as key components for profitable and successful mechanical insulation companies. "Mens sana in copore sano" (a sound mind in a sound body) as the Romans used to say. 

Delegates were also updated on TIAC / NIA activities by Mr. Steve Clayman and, Mr. Lee Loftus of Local 118 provided and overview of CanAm Meetings. Other items on the agenda included breakout sessions for Manufacturers, Distributors, Contractors, a meeting of Presidents and Managers, and of course the Annual General Meeting. 

Successful conferences have one thing in common - successful social events. TIAC pulled out all stops to make sure that delegates and their significant others had several opportunities to an meet and greet their colleagues from across the country. Whether it was golf, whale watching or the unique dinner held at the Royal BC Museum and featuring food representative of a variety of cultures in the capital city, the convention had something for everyone. 

BCICA was mentioned on several occasions for it's progressive Quality Assurance Certificate (QAC) Program. The QAC, the centre of the BCICA marketing campaign that highlights quality workmanship, materials that meet nationals standards, and inspection by independent and purposely trained  inspectors, is raising the consciousness of specifiers throughout BC.  

BCICA - Saving Energy for the Future or "Salva Virtute in Posterum" as the Romans would say. 


Mechanical Insulation / BCICA highlighted in Green Space Magazine




 Click the image above to read the article.


MI News - Summer 2014 Issue Released

The MI News Summer 2014 Edition is here. Click the image above to get reading.

Check out previous issues here.


COCTA hires Executive Director to help facilitate integration of trades training

“Improved dialogue with provincial government and Industry Training Authority a top priority"                     

July 14, 2014

VICTORIA, BC: Spurred on by the growing demand for skilled trades workers, the BC Council of Construction Trades Associations (COCTA) today announced the hiring of an Executive Director to help facilitate the integration of trades training.

"The provincial government has been undertaking an extensive review of trades training, but unfortunately they have not been talking to our association even though it is our membership that does the majority of trades training or provide direction to training facilities here in BC," stated COCTA Chair Dana Taylor.

"Through our twelve associations, COCTA represents over 1000 trade contractors throughout the province of British Columbia," noted Mr. Taylor.  "We support the provincial government's goal of a seamless outcome orientated apprenticeship training system, but as government has not approached us directly to discuss how to achieve that, we recognize that it is now time for us to talk to government if that dream is ever to be achieved."

To that end COCTA announced it was hiring long time political consultant and a past President and CEO of the BC Construction Association, Michael Geoghegan, as its Executive Director.

As a consultant for COCTA Michael Geoghegan played a key role in convincing the provincial government to implement an Apprenticeship Training Tax Credit a program which continues to this day.

"The BC Council of Construction Trade Associations (COCTA) was formed over 35 years ago to represent the joint interest of the construction trades to the public, the rest of the construction industry and to all levels of government," noted Mike Geoghegan.  "As COCTA's new Executive Director, improved dialogue with the provincial government and the Industry Training Authority will be my top priority," he added.

"Skilled trades in both the construction and resource sector represent one of the few career paths left in our society where a young person can hope to get a job which pays enough to support themselves and a family without being buried under a mountain of student loan debt.  It is for this reason that we will also be working closely with government officials to ensure that anyone interested in becoming a skilled trades person has the opportunity to do so," concluded Geoghegan


For more information please contact:

Dana Taylor Chair                  Michael Geoghegan Executive Director

cell 604-318-2275                   cell 250-881-0969


2014 BCICA Mesothelioma Fundraiser Golf Tournament A Huge Success


On behalf of the BC Insulation Contractors Association and the BC Cancer Agency, we would like to thank you for your support of the 7th Annual BCICA Mesothelioma Golf Fundraiser on May 30th, 2014.

BCICA is proud to announce a 2014 fundraising total of $50,696. This brings our seven year total to an amazing $281,981.00 for the Western Canadian Mesothelioma Fund.

The success of the event in large is attributed to all the golfers, volunteers, sponsors and other generous contributors. We couldn’t have done this without you.

We were blessed to have beautiful blue skies for our golfers and were fortunate to have 136 guests attend.


Click here to view the pictures of this year's event!