Monday, September 17th 2012

Abbotsford Senior Secondary Open For Learning September 4, 2012

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Congratulations to everyone involved in getting Abbotsford Senior Secondary open for the students by the start of the 2012/2013 school year.  There was enormous push this summer to get the new school complete and the old school demolished before class was in session, and everyone involved had to pitch in to make sure the 1,100 students eagerly awaiting their new school and the new school year had a school to go to.  This school looks outstanding.  Great job everyone!

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Thursday, August 23rd 2012

Gold Seal 2012 Award For Chris Arthur

Congratulations to Chris Arthur for being selected as one of the two winners of the 2012 Gold Seal Scholarship program from the Independent Contractors and Business Association of British Columbia.  Chris is able to start taking course towards his Gold Seal certification starting this September and will be at the ICBA annual meeting in October to accept his award.  The Gold Seal Program is a great way for carpenters to hone their construction skills to a higher level and become more familiar with the complete Construction Management process from the initial design stage to warranty completion.  Congratulations Chris.  We hope you take full advantage of this wonderful opportunity.

Wednesday, July 11th 2012

Kitsumkalum Health Centre

We are proud to announce that we have recently been awarded the Construction Management Contract for the building of the Kitsumkalum Health Centre located in Terrace, BC.  This project is a 411 m2 single storey wood framed building that includes significant heavy timber components throughout.  Site development includes parking, underground services, landscaping and the installation of a geo-exchange field.  We are excited to be collaborating with the Kitsumkalum First Nations Band and Lubor Trubka Associates Architects on this project and will be tendering sub trades soon.

Monday, March 12th 2012

Climate Smart

Unitech is working towards becoming a member of the Climate Smart alumni to reduce our carbon footprint and improve our operations.  The Climate Smart process involves measuring our current carbon footprint, planning and implementing strategies to reduce emissions and then re-measuring to determine the success of our emission reduction.  Unitech is excited to be doing our part towards reducing our communities impact on global climate change. 

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