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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

   25 - Mesothelioma Golf Tournament

June -12-BOD  

July - 10-BOD

Aug - No Meetings

Sept - 4 BOD

 7-10-TIAC Conference 

Oct - 9-BOD / AGM 

Nov - 13-BOD

Dec - 8 - Christmas Dinner at River Rock Casino

Dec - BOD Luncheon

 

Monday
Oct262015

Annual Christmas Party

Monday
Oct262015

BCICA Annual General Meeting

Wednesday
Sep232015

MI News - September 2015 Issue

 

If you would like printed copies of either the MI Newsletter, or the QAC Information Handout, please contact Molly at: office@bcica.org.

Please provide your Company Name and the Number of Copies of:  1 - Newsletter and / or 2. QAC Information Handout. Copies will be sent to you as quickly as possible.

 

 

Friday
Aug142015

QAC Ads Catching the Attention of the Mechanical Industry

BCICA's eye catching ads are having the desired effect. Having appeared in the TIAC Times, the Sheet Metal Journal, OPPs Magazine, MCABC publications as well as other print and web media, the QAC ad campaign has incouraged more mechanical contractors to contact BCICA members to inquire about the Quality Assurance Certificate program. As interest grows so does the the number of QAC specified jobs. For now, Integral Group is leading the way having made the QAC part of it's master specification. BC Hydro has also specified a QAC on a retro-fit on one of their older sites. Inspectors are currently inspecting several jobs in the Vancouver area so BCICA members are advised to keep an eye out for QAC's on every specification.

 

Saturday
Jun202015

Construction Associations Sector Advisory Group

BCICA participated in the Construction Associations Sector Advisory Group (SAG) meeting recently called by the Industry Training Authority (ITA). The meeting, a suprise to the members of the Council of Construction Trades Associations (COCTA), can only be regarded as a clear acknowledgement by govenment of the value that trades associations bring to the table. The ITA had indicated in an earlier meeting that trade contractors, rather than trade association managers, were the best resource when advising government on policy regarding apprenticeship training. With the inclusion of construction trade association managers in future discussions by the construciton sector SAG, it is clear that BCICA, MCABC, ECABC, BCCA, SMACNA, as well as smaller trade associations, will bring valuable experience and knowledge to the discussion on topics involving apprenticeship training. 

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