In collaboration with Indigenous Service Canada's initiative to enhance solid waste transfer infrastructure, this project successfully achieved its objectives. The scope of work encompassed various critical tasks, including site grading, geotextile fabric installation, and the placement of 70,000 square feet of granular fill. Additionally, the project involved the installation of fencing and a sturdy concrete retaining wall, ensuring the site's security and stability.
Our team also undertook the construction of essential structures such as a wood-framed waste shed, a pre-engineered vehicle storage building, and the installation of bollards and parking curbs. These additions provide functional spaces and necessary infrastructure to facilitate waste management operations effectively.
Throughout the project, a significant portion of the work focused on earthwork activities, ensuring the site's proper preparation and optimal conditions for the subsequent construction phases.
Paul First Nation
Neegan Burnside Ltd
"At Clark Builders, we are dedicated to creating positive social impact and fostering strong relationships with Indigenous communities. Our Red Crow Community College project is a testament to this commitment, with over 55% of our total labor-hours completed by Blackfoot, Kainai Nation, and other First Nation members. Watch this video to learn more about our partnership and the meaningful employment opportunities it has created."