The following Standata was issued on May 18, 2018 – to provide uniform interpretation across all disciplines, to assist owners & operators of mobile cooking operations understand the minimum requirements under the Safety Codes Act for such operations or undertakings. Click here to see the Standata.
We are looking forward to attending the 25th annual Safety Code Council conference in Banff, to be held on May 30th – June 1st. Such items as changes to the safety codes system, a presentation from Brownlee LLP, code developments, professional & personal development topics and more! This year there are many adjustments that are taking place, so this year’s conference is sure to be informative and beneficial to all stakeholders. Click below to learn more or register, hope to see you there!
What should or shouldn’t go down your toilet? What is your private sewage system or municipal system built to handle? Often we think if it fits down the toilet, the rest will take care of itself. Well this is not the case! Many products that are labelled as ‘flushable’ cause damage to your private or municipal systems. Private sewage treatment is vital to the sustainability of our environment, protection of drinking water and underground aquifers, municipal infrastructure and structures. Any questions contact our office or a certified installer in your area. Visit the following link for some helpful and animated information! http://theclog.ca/
CHBA Building the Best Awards 2018
On Friday January 26th, some members of our team were privileged to attend the CHBA Lethbridge Region | Building the Best Awards. We were excited to see some of our hard working partners be celebrated for their efforts and impact on this industry by striving for excellence!
We were honored to present the award for Energy Efficiency to Dave with Greener Homes as well as celebrated Custom Builder of the Year with Ramton Homes. Bezooyen Construction was celebrated for their outstanding projects and professionalism.
Thank you to those of our team in attendance, a great time was had by all! A big thank you to the CHBA for organizing such an outstanding evening and all of those industry leaders who were recognized for their efforts!
Last week our team was able to assist B93 in Lethbridge with a local initiative along with other local organizations to support Streets Alive! over 1,600 pairs of socks were donated. Originally the goal was 200 pairs of socks, but with local community support and ferver, 1,633 pairs of socks were collected!
Our team at Park Enterprises showed their support by collecting and donating 382 pairs of socks for men, women and children. Streets Alive goes through 7,000 pairs of socks each month, so the support shown by our community will go a long way in caring for those in our great city.
We love our community and value our local ties-we are proud to call this city our home!