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May 16

Did you know that in 1939, the first aircraft touched down on the #Kamloops Airport? The first runways were gravel… https://t.co/qZUIILigEz

May 14

What was the Squamish region known for in the 1800’s? Mining! It was a coincidence that we celebrated our Silver A… https://t.co/0m81mo4P7J

May 10

What road was built by Dawson Group that stretches from Vancouver to Whistler, is legendary for breathtaking views,… https://t.co/ta6uy7sp3p

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Gord Procknow’s paving persevered with help from family and friends

Gord Procknow has always been a family man, at home and at the office. While working in the Shuswap in the paving industry, Dawson Construction had an opening for a paving superintendent. Knowing a few people within the company, Procknow heard great things and jumped at the o

Dawson Group Marks 100 Years of Building B.C., Alberta and Northern History

KAMLOOPS, BRITISH COLUMBIA — Dawson Group, the family of construction companies that helped shape the face of western and northern Canada, turns 100 years old. The milestone anniversary marks a moment in the public infrastructure history of British Columbia, northern Canada an

Dawson Group honoured to receive two Contractor of the Year awards.

Dawson Group is extremely proud to be named Contractor of the Year in both paving and road/bridge maintenance by the B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MoTI). Lenny Kazakoff, Chris Rottluff, Elcy LePage, Jason Shank & Derek Drummond Dawson Constructio

Dawson Group wraps up another successful United Way campaign!

The Dawson Group wrapped up our second annual United Way campaign this week, raising $21,100 for our local communities! Across the province we also held volunteer events and other creative fundraising events to create even more ripples of positive impact in our communities.