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  • Building the Regina Bypass

    Bermingham Foundation Solutions drives pile for the massive infrastructure project taking place in Saskatchewan’s Queen City

    By Mark Halsall

     

    With a price tag of almost $2 billion, the Regina Bypass is the largest single infrastructure project in the history of Saskatchewan.

  • Kichton Contracting Ltd.

    Supported by its earthworks and underground divisions, Kichton’s piling and shoring division has the capacity “to execute any size caisson, anchor, soil nail and shoring design”

    By Barb Feldman

    Kichton Contracting Ltd. was founded in 1963 by Michael Kichton Sr., when he began doing small civil construction jobs for general contractors and residential developers in the Edmonton area. Fred Kichton, who after his uncle’s death continued the company along with his cousin Michael Jr., became the company’s sole owner in 2000. In 2007, Fred sold minority shares to his brother Richard and to key employees Laurie Conrad, Russ Giselbrecht and Chris Dirks, who, along with Richard, is now a company vice-president.

  • The Right Formula

    FORMULA CONTRACTORS LTD. OF PRINCE GEORGE, B.C., HAS FORGED A STRONG REPUTATION AS A NORTHERN CONSTRUCTION SPECIALIST DURING ITS FOUR DECADES OF DOING BUSINESS

    By Mark Halsall

     

    Last year was a big year for Formula Contractors Ltd.; it marked 40 years in business for the Prince George, B.C., company, as well as the successful completion of its work on a remarkable legacy project – the Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk Highway.

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