Posts tagged with: ottawa

Flynn’s coaching program trains our experienced tradespeople to coach the new generation during their first months on the job. To recognize consistent coaching activity, Flynn will award a “Supper Bowl” prize throughout the year to those branches whose crews show...
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A new round of winners for the Get Caught Huddling prize are in! Guillaume Lallement (pictured left) and Kenny Tran (pictured right) are the next round of winners for the Get Caught Huddling prize. Guillaume and Kenny have been consistently...
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The interior glazing package at the West Block of Parliament Hill was not without its difficulties, but well worth it once the final product was completed. An extremely stringent specification coupled with unique safety requirements made sourcing materials a constant...
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Thank you to everyone for participating! Enjoy your barbecue and stay tuned for more contests!  ...
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Our Ottawa branch completed re-roof projects for the St. Philip and St. Monica Catholic schools in Ottawa. For St. Phillip, a crew of seven came in from Flynn’s Regina branch to complete a 2Ply Modbit re-roof (120 squares). The crew...
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Thank you to our Flynn Family at the Ottawa branch for helping ensure we can all go home safe. The 2019 Safety Day in Ottawa was a hit. Here are some photos from the event – see if you can...
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Our service crew of Shawn Dowell, Clayton Feltham, Sebastein Adam, and Dennis Lauzon are pictured replacing two canopies at Mary Honeywell Elementary School in Ottawa....
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The Ottawa light Rail Transit is (OLRT) is Ottawa’s largest transportation infrastructure project since the building of the Rideau Canal. Working with the Rideau Transit Group, our architectural panels and glazing work on the 2.5 km tunnel includes installing approximately 82,000 sq....
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Our roofing production crew of Dan Bisson, Miran Skof, Austin Forsythe, Rick Meace, Stephane Beland, Al Trepanier (Foreman) and Alex Milette are pictured during a quick break at Pinecrest Recreation Complex: a 26,500 sq. ft. of 2 Ply Mod Bit...
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In the early 2000s, the Carling complex located in the west-end of Ottawa was a hub for the telecommunications industry in Canada – nearly 20 years later, the complex is set to re-open as the new headquarters for the Department...
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