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Build the North conference slated for Prince George in March

Construction professionals from around northern British Columbia will gather at the Build the North Conference on March 22-23 in Prince George. It is being hosted by the Northern Regional Construction Association (NRCA) and will be tackling topics like contracts, risk management, leadership, mental health, culture, branding, technology and creating resiliency.

“We hear a lot about resiliency lately, but what does it really mean when it comes to your business?” said Nicole Bryant, Chief Executive Officer at the Northern Regional Construction Association. “Defined as the ability to adapt to difficult situations, resiliency is about ensuring all parts of your business are ready to navigate challenging times. This year at Build the North Conference, we will explore ways to create resiliency from all sides, a 360-degree approach.”

“A construction focused conference is timely in our region, given the massive challenges that
our industry has faced in the past few years,” said Lee Bedell, Board Chair of NRCA, “The construction industry is constant evolving, and it is essential for professionals to stay informed about the latest trends, technologies, and best practices. Build the North will provide a valuable opportunity for networking, learning, and exchanging ideas with other industry experts.”

Join the NRCA, along with guests from Apple, BC Construction Association (BCCA), a former BC
Lions linebacker, and more, in an interactive and engaging environment. They aim to tackle the big issues that are facing the construction industry right now, and introduce you to the programs, services, and support that the NRCA can offer beyond these two days.

The conference will be held at the Coast Hotel in Prince George and registration is now open. For more information and to register, please visit

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