It didn’t take Sean Menektos long to earn his stripes as Dawson Construction’s new Level 3 First-Aid Attendant. “I was hoping my first emergency response would have been for a band-aid, not a heart attack,” said Menektos, a Traffic Control Supervisor.
For more than 100 years, Dawson Group has prided itself on being a family-focused company. Similar to how Fred turned the company over to Graham and later Ian, the Johnsons have introduced new members of the family to the company for the past 66 years. The Johnson story with
The Smithers airport needed to be repaved 1953. Back then, a company called Dawson and Wade earned the contract and they brought on a mechanic and welder named Bob Williams. The company paid Bob an extra two hours each day, which allowed him to compensate his assistant, a plucky
Mr. Fixit, jack of all trades, a handyman – all terms that can generalize David Hughes’ long and successful career with Dawson Construction. He filled in wherever and whenever the company needed him most. Hughes’ journey with Dawson began in the 90s, but not on a regula