SiteViews: April 2024

The best construction shots from around Canada.

We aren’t aware of any art galleries for construction, but SiteViews is the next best thing. We have gorgeous shots of sunsets, icy plunges, big thumbs up and more for the latest edition of SiteViews. If you have a construction photo that you think deserve a spot on our next list, let us know.


Lemmy enforces safety rules at the shop for 40-year-old B.C. developer Townline. No PPE? Lemmy just might chew you out (literally).

Sideros Ironworks

Who said construction has to be so serious? The crew at Sideros hams it up for the camera after a rainy pizza lunch break.

Clark Builders

The Coronation Sports & Recreation Centre continues to take shape with the installation of the rose gold stainless steel shingles. The complex geometry, mimicking the shape of a twisting ribbon, has made for a challenging installation, but Clark says its cladding team has risen to the occasion. To date, crews have installed about 2,000 interlocking shingles over the curved surface.

Locarno Legacy / Axiom Builders

Axiom‘s team install a crane at The Lydia, new rental housing and retail space to Main Street and East 24th Avenue. In case the iconic skyline and mountains didn’t give it away, the project is in Vancouver.

BC Road Builders and Heavy Construction Association

We hope they packed lots of snacks and tunes. The BC Road Builders and Heavy Construction Association embarked on an epic trip for its RoadShow last month. The journey will take a specially modified trailer across the province to help aspiring workers simulate careers in highway maintenance and road building.

WestEnd Connectors Construction

The Eglinton Crosstown West Extension project has hit two major milestones – Rexy, one of the team’s tunnel boring machines, has completed 6 kilometres of tunnelling so far. The other tunnel boring machine, Renny, has completed just over 5.3 km.

Surerus Murphy Joint Venture

This heavy equipment operator isn’t just being friendly. He’s communicating to others on site that he can see them and they can enter the area. The Thumbs Up Program has been implemented on all of Surerus Murphy Joint Venture‘s sites.


Ledcor Construction’s Saskatoon team recently participated in the 2024 Polar Bear Plunge at Lac La Ronge to support Men’s Mental Health awareness. The event successfully fundraised $8,000 for outreach programs and essential resources for Northern communities.

Dawson Civil

This Dawson Civil worker isn’t standing near any old pile of dirt. Last summer, while working on a road rehabilitation and realignment project of Dunn Lake Road just north of Barriere, B.C., a damaged den filled with garter snakes was discovered. With the help of experts, crews began reconstructing a new den for the snakes, further away from the highway. All the snakes were saved.

Construction Foundation of British Columbia

Tradespeople were passing down their knowledge at the Young Women in Trades camp in Fort St. John, B.C.

Borger Group of Companies

A trio of equipment operators move earth under a moody sky at a Borger site.

Magil Construction

Magil‘s team takes in the solar eclipse from the 47th floor of its Le George project.

The Shot of the Month goes to:


Vancouver’s G3 Terminal, a next-generation grain export facility, soaks up some sunset rays. The facility was engineered, procured, constructed and commissioned by Kiewit.


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