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October 03

Please join us for an afternoon of food, fun and entertainment in #Kamloops. Our 100th Anniversary Committee is bus… https://t.co/1J7d3wmcF3

October 01

The annual #ShiftintoWinter campaign begins today, to remind British Columbians to prepare now and plan ahead for w… https://t.co/8CsrkMPRdf

September 30

In honour of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day, Dawson Group is changing their log… https://t.co/d68MZaPSib

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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 delivers helping hand in Tank Hill project

Dawson Civil didn’t hesitate to answer a call for help following the immense floods which took over the Interior and Lower Mainland of B.C. in mid-November. “Upon request from Brentwood Enterprises Ltd, we mobilized our team within a few hours of the phone call to go out

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.

Crews beginning work on drainage in Chase, B.C.

Dawson Civil has recently completed the installation of the new 43-metre-long pedestrian and phase one of the 57-metre-long multiplate cattle tunnels in Chase, B.C. Graveling in preparation for spring paving is also now completed for the year. Drainage crews have now begun wo