Partners in Building


PCL is a collaborative partner with a “best for project” mentality. We continuously look for innovative ways to add value to clients, consultants, subcontractors, and partners by reducing costs, shortening schedules, and providing a safe workplace, resulting in long-term relationships built on trust and transparency. 


 Resources for PCL's Partners


PCL has developed systems and processes that make collaboration easy. If you are a client, a subcontractor, a supplier, a consultant, or a joint-venture partner, your partnership with PCL is enhanced through
  • Project Document Controls (PDC) Sites and Pursuit Sites
  • Plan Rooms
  • Subguard
Also, the PCL family of companies has a wealth of resources to help you make well-informed business decisions. These resources include
  • Prequalification and Financial Requirements
  • Procurement and Equipment
  • Tools and Reference
To access these resources, please click on the appropriate link on the footer navigation on any page of this website.


 PCL Supplier Diversity

PCL values diversity in our clients, workforce, and partners. We consistently seek relationships with suppliers and subcontractors that advance our efforts to deliver exceptional services and performance to our clients.  In addition, we strive to form strong bonds with the communities in which we work and live.

PCL staff involved in purchasing and subcontracting are encouraged to identify and include diverse suppliers and subcontractors in the procurement process. Our goal is to promote inclusive practices that provide maximum opportunity to all companies that meet our purchasing and contracting standards; while:

  • ​Increasing our pool of small, minority, and woman-owned business partners, while maintaining current standards of safety, quality, competitive pricing, and project delivery
  • Ensuring that small, minority, and woman-owned businesses are treated fairly during the procurement process
  • Helping small and diverse businesses understand PCL’s supplier/subcontractor related policies and procedures
  • Encouraging small and diverse businesses to become certified through the appropriate regional, national, and industry organizations

Supplier diversity classifications include: Small/Disadvantaged, Small, Minority, Women, Veteran, Service-Disabled Veteran, Historically Underutilized Business Zone, Nonprofits, Alaskan Native Corporations/Indian Tribes, LGBT, Physically challenged or disabled, and other protected groups.