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July 19

Dawson Construction is happy to share that Jason Shank has accepted the role of Senior Project Manager. Read more:… https://t.co/uzACPcUMNp

July 16

It’s that time of year! As summer approaches, roadside work across the province increases. Be sure to watch out for… https://t.co/PcChIC2OeM

July 09

Ever wonder what it feels like to work in a Cone Zone? https://t.co/JUFfttRcXv #ConeZoneBC

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Kamloops crews clean up litter to mark Earth Day 2021!

A few small crews of Dawson Group staff hit the streets today with a clean-up effort to mark Earth Day in Kamloops. Despite a stiff wind, the crew collected nine full bags of garbage from Iron Mask Road, McGill Road and Long Lake Road in Knutsford. Among the debris were a hub ca

Join us in taking a stand against bullying in our workplaces and schools.

Pink Shirt Day in Canada is about more than stopping bullying in schools. While the day has its roots with students, it has grown and expanded to be about so much more! The Dawson Group’s core values are 100 per cent in line with the values shared by Pink Shirt Day! We beli

Amber Lights Tribute Parade

Dawson Construction, Eagle Rock Construction and the IRL International Truck Centres were proud to take part in a multi-company Amber Lights Tribute in Kamloops Wednesday sponsored by B.C.’s highways maintenance providers. Escorted by 10 RCMP cruisers, more than 100 truc

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