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January 25

RT @Bell_LetsTalk: Today is Bell Let’s Talk Day! We are thrilled to be highlighting 30 organizations across Canada that are working to cr…

January 24

An aerial shot of our crews paving the Kamloops Airport in 2000. #Dawson100 #100years https://t.co/aivUhG0ht1

January 22

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Dawson Construction

Len Leeuw found parts to keep projects going for three decades

Machines break down. Tools needs replacing. Shops need a random array of things to keep them running smoothly and efficiently. Someone needs to be the one to get others the parts they need for the jobs and for 33 years, that was Len Leeuw. “I loved that job. If I wasn’t t

Dawson Construction crew saves a life

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.  

Johnson family roots run deep with Dawson Construction

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

Ken Williams’ fingerprints cover many major construction projects in Western Canada

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