Our crews in Saskatoon are used to unpleasant winters and this winter was no exception.

While they were working on Miksiw School, Canoe Lake First Nation Saskatchewan they had to brave temperatures of -40 °C/ -40 °F. But our crews know how to layer properly, and they got to work completing the metals and roofing scope which included replacing and resealing the EPDM liner and installing panels. Aside from the weather, the work went smoothly, and the GC commended the quality of their workmanship. The project turned out so well that the team managed to pick up substantial extras on the roof and the walls. Its good to see quality craftsmanship recognized and in demand.