Posts filed under: Winnipeg

The fabrication shop in Winnipeg recently completed a kinetic wall that creates a shimmering effect with the wind. The wall is comprised of over 13,000 six by six inches stainless steel plates that move with the wind, which results in...
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When the Flynn Winnipeg team was called on to help complete work on multiple Personal Care Home’s (PCL) they rose to the challenge. The project was to help create well-ventilated and isolated visitation rooms within the PCLs so family members...
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Here they are, the lucky ones! The winners were drawn randomly out of a hard hat. Thank you to everyone for sending in your photos....
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Another year, another Safety Award winner. Today, we’re in the Great White North at our Winnipeg branch. We’re proud to say that Winnipeg has won the 2019 Manufacturing Safety Award. This award is presented to the shop with the best...
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Flynn’s Winnipeg branch had the pleasure of hosting a fundraiser BBQ for multiple sclerosis. The BBQ was for Cara Lizotte, wife of our Health and Safety Specialist Marc Lizotte. Cara has been battling MS. She will continue the fight by...
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Flynn Family are everywhere, even outside Flynn itself. Over the years, our people have worked hard to build strong relationships with external partners. Here is a story about building such relationships that will warm your heart....
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As Winnipeg Metals Manager Josh Pereira says, “Nothing like a 6:30 a.m. toe touching session.” This crew is pictured warming up this morning before getting started at the Richardson Innovation Centre being built in downtown Winnipeg. Bockstael Construction has partnered...
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Pictured here are Riley Williams and Ryan McAfee from our Regina branch. Metals Manager Troy Csada said he is proud to share this message he received from Bird Construction. Way to go, guys! Good Afternoon, At Bird we like to...
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The Winnipeg 300th Sparks group wanted to say thank you to our Winnipeg branch for donating seats to the AHL Manitoba Moose hockey game where they got to meet the team mascot, Mick E. Moose! Thanks for sharing, girls!...
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Transcona Library was an architecturally challenging project for Winnipeg’s metal crew, led by foreman Robert Hogue. One challenge the crew faced was the installation of 18-foot vertical wall panels and large angled soffit panels. Flynn was able to utilize TSC...
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