The Builders Code Awards are designed to recognize employers who are making a positive difference in advancing the culture of BC’s industrial, commercial, and institutional construction sector. To be considered for an award, organizations must demonstrate their commitment, leadership and action towards the increasing the retention of tradeswomen in their company and advancing the provincial goal of 10% women in BC’s construction workforce over the next 10 years.
How to Enter the 2020 Champion Awards
Nominate a deserving employer, or submit an application on behalf of your own company. Learn How
(Submission deadlines for the 2020 Builders Code Champion Award applications have now passed. Watch for the announcement of the winners later this year)
Minerva BC and the BCCA will review all submissions for completeness, eligibility and ensure that each nomination fulfills all of the criteria.
The Judging Panel will be comprised of the Builders Code Governance Committee, Minerva BC and the BCCA.
Benefits of Participating
Celebrate your success!
Increase retention of skilled tradespeople
Demonstrate your commitment to workforce culture and development
2019 Award Winners & Categories:
The 2019 Builders Code Champion Awards have concluded and all finalists and winners were recognized at the first-ever Builders Code Champion Awards night celebration, held November 28, 2019 (News Release: 2019 Builders Code Champion Awards)
Workplace Culture Champion: Scott Construction Group (Vancouver) and Kinetic Construction (Victoria)
Community Champion: Westcana Electric (Prince George)
Initiate of the Year: Durwest Construction Management (Victoria)
Contractor of the Year: Westcana Electric (Prince George) and Chinook Scaffold Systems (Nanaimo)
The celebration was a wonderful evening full of excitement, appreciation and heartfelt comments from construction sector leaders. An event not to be missed next year.
The Builders Code is an initiative of the Construction Workforce Equity Project.
About The Builders Code
The Builders Code is a standard code of conduct for workers on construction sites in BC. It defines an “Acceptable Worksite” as the starting point for reducing risk and ensuring a safe and productive environment for all workers.
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