Construction News - Spring 2020
WIBCO Construction has recently moved to a new office location at #102 – 3480 Carrington Road in Vintage View Centre. The new location provides us with a storefront form marketing and an excellent opportunity to attract new potential clients. The new location also has a much-needed boardroom that will allow us to meet in a professional manner to better serve our customers.
During the last three months WIBCO Construction has been actively working with members of WFN, OTDC and Fortis in preparation of the RENEW Program. This program will allow the successful participants to receive construction related safety and practical on-site training. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the program has been pushed back and is anticipated to start in late Summer 2020.
The past couple of months have been challenging due to COVID-19. We have implemented the safety protocols recommended by the Canadian Construction Association so that we can continue to serve our customers. WIBCO Construction would like to thank the Health Care Workers and all the other essential service providers for their efforts during this unprecedented time.
Over the past three months WIBCO has completed a series of custom home improvements for a family in West Kelowna. The family was directed to WIBCO Construction after their original contractor had failed to provide them professional construction services. We are happy to report the home renovations have been completed on time and most importantly on budget.
WIBCO Construction also secured and successfully completed projects for the Westbank Salvation Army and the BC First Nations Justice Council. We would like to thank both organizations for giving us the opportunity to earn their business and look forward to working with the again in the future.
The company is actively bidding projects on and off the WFN Lands and would appreciate your consideration on your next project.
General Manager Paul Courtoreille and Site Superintendent Bill Louie donate time to the Westbank Salvation Army as they ramp up their efforts tohelp people affected by COVID-19.
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