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Construction Contracts

Depending on the type of work you do with BC Housing, you may be required to submit additional documents.

If you are doing construction work for new social housing that is receiving funds through a BC Housing program, your contract format will be either a Generic Master Service Agreement: Goods, Services & Light Construction or a Canadian Construction Document Committee Contract.

Note that Supplementary General Conditions modify some of the terms and conditions in the Canadian Construction Documents Committee documents.

Vendor Business
Contract Type
Supplementary General Conditions
Construction

CCDC5B
Construction Management Contract for Services and Construction

Construction contractors awarded a CCDC5B contract are subject to supplementary general conditions set out by BC Housing.

Construction

CCDC2
Stipulated Price Contract

Construction contractors awarded a CCDC2 contract are subject to supplementary general conditions set out by BC Housing.

Construction
CCDC14
Design-Build Stipulated Price Contract
 
Construction contractors awarded a CCDC14 contract are subject to owner and developer supplementary general conditions set out by BC Housing.
Consulting

Generic Master Service Agreement - Good, Services & Light Construction

Supplementary General Conditions – Consulting

Architectural Services

Generic Master Service Agreement - Good, Services & Light Construction

Supplementary General Conditions - Architectural Services

Construction

Generic Master Service Agreement: Goods, Services & Light Construction

Owner Controlled Insurance Warranties
Warranties Clause for Wood Frame Construction helps make bidders and proponents aware of their obligations under our insurance policy.

Non-profit procurement resources

Visit our Partner Services section for resources non-profit societies can use in developing or renovating affordable housing. Look for design guidelines and construction standards, LEED standards and Procurement Guidelines for Non-Profit Housing , along with commissioning and handover resources that provide a framework for successful construction projects.

The Procurement Guidelines provide comprehensive explanations, recommendations and requirements for the procurement of new construction or capital renovations. Non-profit housing providers will be better equipped to make informed decisions throughout the procurement process and ensure that the process is fair, open and transparent.