Skilled Trades

Website bcibinc BC Infrastructure Benefits Inc. (BCIB)

BC Infrastructure Benefits Inc. (BCIB) is the employer for skilled trades workers on select Provincial infrastructure projects, including:

  • Pattullo Bridge Replacement Project
  • Cowichan District Hospital Replacement
  • Highway 1 Four-Laning
  • Broadway Subway Project

We’re directly involved in recruiting, qualifying and supporting the development and training of skilled trades workers. We help ensure the Community Benefits Agreement is implemented across all worksites, and both communities and individuals benefit.

Pattullo Bridge Replacement Project

The Pattullo Bridge Replacement Project will improve connection between Surrey and New Westminster through a new four-lane bridge. Updates will provide a safer crossing for all bridge users, dedicated walking and cycling lanes separated by barriers from bridge traffic, and better access to the bridge. The new bridge is scheduled to open in fall 2023.

Anticipated Trade Requirements (click on each for a summary)

To apply for work on the Pattullo Bridge Replacement Project, click here.

Click here for more project information.

Highway 1: Kicking Horse Canyon Phase 4 Project

Located east of Golden, BC, along the Trans-Canada Highway, the Kicking Horse Canyon Phase 4 project will widen and modernise the currently rugged road. This final stage of the project will complete the network of improvements in the area, transforming the approximately 26 km stretch of highway into a four-laned, 100 km/hr standard route. With 30% of the traffic consisting of commercial vehicles, these upgrades will not only assist with connecting local communities, but more effectively facilitating interprovincial and international trade.

Anticipated trade requirements (click on each for a summary)

Work on this project and build your career by joining BCIB’s workforce here.

Work as a Subcontractor with the Prime Contractor by emailing Kicking Horse Canyon Constructors at inquiries@khcc.ca or calling the 24/7 phone line at 1-844-815-6111.

Click here for more project information.

Highway 1: Quartz Creek Project
The Quartz Creek project is part of the Highway 1 Kamloops to Alberta program. It includes the replacement of the two-lane bridge crossing at Quartz Creek, located 40 km west of Golden, with a new four-lane bridge, access improvements to forest service roads and widening 4.4 kilometres of two-lane highway to four lanes.

Anticipated trade requirements (click on each for a summary)

To apply for work on the Highway 1: Quartz Creek Project, click here.

Click here for more project information.

Highway 1: Illecillewaet Project
The Illecillewaet project brings improvements to a two-kilometre highway section 30 minutes east of Revelstoke, BC. The road expansion improves safety and efficiency for commercial transporters, local residents, and tourists with a 100 km/h standard speed limit. Updates to the existing brake check area include expansion of lots, designated acceleration and deceleration lanes.

Recruitment is underway.

Anticipated trade requirements(click on each for a summary)

To apply for work on the Highway 1: Illecillewaet Project, click here.

Click here for more project information.

HiGhway 1: Salmon Arm West
Salmon Arm West will not only increase the Highway to four lanes and add median barriers, but a new bridge will be put in over Salmon River. There are many improvements included in this project including entry and exit points from the Highway, making the roads safer for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians, and improving sight lines and alignment.

Anticipated trade requirements(click on each for a summary)

To apply for work on the Highway 1: Salmon Arm West Project, click here.

Click here for more project information.

Highway 1: Ford Road to Tappen Valley Road
The Trans Canada Highway 1 Ford Road to Tappen Valley Road Four-Laning project will upgrade approximately 4.3 km of the Trans-Canada Highway (TCH) and replace the Tappen Overhead bridge. The western limit of the project begins at Ford Road and extends through to its terminus 400 metres east of Tappen Valley Road.

Check back for anticipated trade requirements.

To apply for work on the Highway 1- Ford Road to Tappen Valley Road project, click here.

Click here for more project information.

Highway 1: Chase Creek Road to Chase West
The Chase Creek Road to Chase West project will widen a 3.3 km section of the highway to four lanes, add protected intersections and build a multi-use pathway linking Neskonlith Indian Reserve No. 2 and the Village of Chase. The project looks to increase safety, capacity, and consolidate access points.

Anticipated trade requirements (click on each for a summary)

To apply for work on the Highway 1: Chase Creek Road to Chase West Project, click here.

Click here for more project information.

Highway 1: Chase West to Chase Creek Bridge
The Chase West to Chase Creek Bridge project will widen a 1.6 km section of the highway to four lanes, including median and roadside barriers and a new interchange at Brooke Drive. There will also be two grade-separated pedestrian connections to Scatchard Trail, municipal infrastructure improvements and traffic and pedestrian safety improvements along Brooke Drive to Shuswap Avenue.

Anticipated trade requirements (click on each for a summary)

To apply for work on the Chase West to Chase Creek Bridge Project, click here.

Click here for more project information.

Broadway Subway Project

Spanning from Millenium Line’s terminus station, VCC-Clark, to Broadway and Arbutus, the Broadway Subway Project is a 5.7 kilometre expansion. This project is a key part of Metro Vancouver’s Mayors’ Council 10-Year-Vision, and will provide fast, frequent and convenient Skytrain services, saving commuters time and relieving traffic congestion. Construction is anticipated to begin in fall 2020, with the line projected to start service in 2025.

Anticipated Trade Requirements(click on each for a summary)

To apply for work on the Broadway Subway Project, click here.

Click here for more project information.

*Priority hiringapplies to locals,Indigenous people,women, people withdisabilities, visibleminorities and othergroups traditionallyunderrepresented inthe trades.

To apply for this job email your details to workforce@bcib.ca