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January 24

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January 23

RT @EagleRock76: Eagle Rock Construction is working day and night, getting ready for @Dawson1922’s upcoming 2020 paving season! Crushing c…

January 22

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Dawson Group celebrates their First Annual Fill a Box of Cheer event

As part of our 1st Annual Fill a Box of Cheer event, the Dawson Group Corporate Office recently donated 15 shoebox gifts to the Kamloops Family Tree. In the first few weeks of December, thirteen volunteers held a fundraiser to collect items and funds with a goal of wrappin

The Dawson Construction Shop helped raise $1,112 for the Kamloops Ruff Start Society!

The Dawson Construction Shop teamed up with the Kamloops Ruff Start Rescue Society this month to help support them in their rescue mission. Staff donated items which were auctioned off on Facebook from December 10th to December 17th raising a total of $1,112! Event Org

Dawson Group raises $4,223 in Movember!

The Dawson Group team wrapped up Movember raising a total of $4,223 to help change the face of men’s health, shattering their overall goal of $2,000. Our team had fifteen official Mo Bro’s and Mo Sista’s, with many more in our companies participating unofficially.

Dawson Group IT Team builds 250′ tunnel for upcoming Wildlights Festival

The Dawson Group IT team spent Thursday at the BC Wildlife Park helping with the setup for the upcoming Wildlights Festival.  Andrew Kay, Brian Eshpeter and Danny Schenk built a 250’ long tunnel along the rear pathway, piecing together hundreds of feet of PVC pipe. &nb