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December 09

Recently, @Dawson1922 donated a new gravel driveway to the local, non-profit therapeutic horse-riding program, Kaml… https://t.co/hKl5y9VsA5

December 08

Our heavy civil works teams have the equipment, experience and skills to manage projects of all sizes — no matter w… https://t.co/by9yiyZa8m

December 07

Never pass a snow plow or salt/sand truck on the right. More #ShiftIntoWinter tips here: https://t.co/4nV3H6ifNM https://t.co/n73tYEehiz

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Serving dinner to those in need

This past Sunday, Dawson Group employees from Kamloops and 100 Mile House came together to at Kamloops United Church to help serve dinner with the People in Transition (PIT) Stop Program. Dawson Group wanted to provide help and positively impact lives for those utilizing the

Pat Stephenson has kept Dawson Group in order for nearly half a century

Decades ago, Pat Stephenson used to get annoyed at a road construction company that seemed to take forever to repair bridges near Jasper, Alta. “I didn’t like seeing those Dawson vehicles every weekend when we tried to escape from Jasper,” Stephenson laughed. “Little

Dawson Road Maintenance crews respond swiftly and safely to Babine Lake Road washout

Creativity and having a history of great relationships allowed the Smithers and Fort St. John’s Dawson Road Maintenance (DRM) crews to replace an old, wooden culvert with a sturdy new bridge on Babine Lake Road. Little Joe Creek runs underneath a section of Babine Lake Road

Tom Barley stabilized financial plans allowed Dawson Group to expand

From offices in mobile trailers to one of the biggest and most successful bridge and highway construction companies in the province, former Chief Financial Officer Tom Barley witnessed it all in his 24 years of service with Dawson Group. “There’s a lot we look back and la