SiteViews: The best shots from September 2023

Bees, frigid digs, nuclear upgrades and more in this edition of SiteViews.

Crews work on a project near Guildford Town Centre. – DMS Excavating and Contracting

Wright Construction

Crews with Wright Construction are transforming Evergreen Crossing in Saskatoon into shopping centre.


CarbonCure is supporting bee colonization at their headquarters in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

Gerry Enns Contracting

Gerry Enns Contracting honours the Stó:lō Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Ch’íyáqtel First Nations.

Faber Construction

Faber Construction lifts pieces into place at the Duffner Ditch Fish Passage Project on the Guide in Lynden, B.C.

Aecon Group

More green nuclear power is on the way for Ontario. Aecon Group has successfully connected Bruce Power’s Unit 6 Ontario’s electricity grid on ahead of schedule. The life extension of each unit will add approximately 30 to 35 years of operational life.

Metric Civil Contractors

Crew carry out utility installs at the Kitselas Community Centre project site.

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat is treated to a tour of The One, a 91-storey condominium, hotel, and retail tower by Mizrahi Developments.

DSM Excavating and Contraction

Sometimes the light hits the dirt perfectly. DSM Excavating and Contraction is moving earth at Guildford Town Centre in Surrey, B.C.

Jakes Construction

It never hurts to double check your plans. A Jakes Construction worker reviews documents at a job site.

Scott Construction

A seen dog is a safe dog. A pup wears a high visibility vest while visiting a Scott Construction Site.

Wilco Contractors Southwest

A worker makes saw cuts to create joints in concrete. This controls where potential cracks might occur, and encourage them to form in the cut rather than randomly in the sidewalk. This allows the concrete to contract while curing without damaging the surface.

The Shot of the Month goes to:


An excavator digs at the Raglan mine Nunavik in frigid weather as the Northern Lights dance above. The mine is in one of the world’s most important nickel sulphide deposits.

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