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September 24

Please remember someone’s mom or dad works here. Slow down and maintain a safe distance around roadside workers.… https://t.co/FQqJQvlgRF

September 22

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September 21

Have a commercial truck weighing between 5,000 kg & 11,794 kg? You must carry chains or acceptable traction devices… https://t.co/A8AzKrT9zn

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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

Dawson Group gets out to clean up McGill Road for the last time before winter

Dawson Group volunteers did the final cleanup of the year today on McGill Road. For those who got out to clean up this year, today was a celebratory day as the street will soon have the Dawson Group sign put up. The Dawson Group adopted the one kilometre stretch on McGill

Dawson Construction helps out at the Kamloops Food Bank

The Dawson Construction paving division attended another volunteer event this morning, donating their time to the Kamloops Food Bank. The crew filled many food hampers, helped in the warehouse and sorted produce. Our project manager, Jason Shank was in attendance and sai

Dawson Group staff builds sandbox for the Chris Rose Centre for Autism

Dawson Group staff were thrilled to have the chance to enhance the play spaces at the Chris Rose Centre for Autism in Kamloops with the addition of a custom-built sandbox designed to fit perfectly alongside the school next to its playground. Several Dawson workers got tog