Bluebird Contracting partners with the Southern Alberta chapter of Habitat for Humanity to prepare for the construction of a new sixplex in Calgary's Bowness neighbourhood.
As part of our our ongoing commitment to the community, Bluebird Contracting provides demolition services at no cost to Habitat for Humanity to prepare for the construction of a new sixplex in Calgary's Bowness neighbourhood. The new structure will provide secure and affordable housing for six families in the established neighbourhood, which allows the new tenants a safe and friendly environment to call home.
You can read more about this story on the Habitat for Humanity blog here.
Trotter & Morton's multi-generational workforce featured in part three of Calgary Herald series, Work in Progress, by journalist and Michelle Lang Fellow, Jessica Barrett.
In her five-part series titled Work in Progress, Calgary Herald journalist and Michelle Lang Fellow, Jessica Barrett, explores the ways in which our working lives are changing and the many factors contributing to these changes as both employees and organizations struggle to respond and adapt. Barrett's 2013 interview with then-HR Manager, Penny Masear, was published in part three of this series, Beyond Stereotypes: The challenges and opportunities of our multi-generational workforce. The article focuses on demographic shifts in the workplace and highlights some of the ways in which Trotter & Morton have embraced our multi-generational workforce as part of a greater trend in the industry to adapt to the changing needs of younger and older generations.
Click the links above to read the full article and to explore the other pieces and interviews from Barrett's project.
Bluebird Contracting provides free demolition services to one Calgary couple following the 2013 Alberta flood.
Following the devastation of the 2013 flood in Alberta, Bluebird Contracting provides free demolition services to one Calgary couple, as restoration efforts continue in the city months after the June waters recede. Calgary Herald journalist, Val Fortney, covers the story here.
Trotter & Morton receives Silver Award from the Vancouver Regional Construction Association for work on Coquitlam's Transportation Management Centre.
On October 17, Trotter & Morton was awarded the 2013 Mechanical Contractor up to $3 Million - Silver Award, by the Vancouver Regional Construction Association for their work on the Transportation Management Centre in Coquitlam, British Columbia.
Trotter & Morton has an all-new look, including a new website and company logo.
Trotter & Morton has an all-new look, including a new website and company logo. As our group of companies has grown, we wanted a consistent way to connect them all, so you'll see this new logo across all the companies. Rest assured, while we have a new look, we're still the same great company.
Rambler has moved!
Rambler Fabrication has outgrown its facility of over 33 years. They are now located a short drive east of Calgary, just beyond the city limits at 285097 Blue Grass Drive in Rockyview County, Alberta.
As always, safety is a main concern at Rambler. Having the right equipment and the capacity to complete our projects is of utmost importance and one of our main reasons for our move.
Our new Facility was designed and built by Spacemakers Construction Services Inc. They have been very accommodating in meeting, and exceeding, our needs, including a 21,000 square foot welding shop, two floors of office space and ample fenced yard space for storage and security.
The new fabrication shop is 60% larger than our previous location, with two 10-ton, electronically controlled overhead cranes on four 175-foot long crane rails, allowing for a total of 40 tons of lifting capacity. We also have a 4,000-US-gallon water tank used for our hydro testing of newly fabricated pipe spools and 17 gorbel wall bracket jib cranes, each with a 2-ton capacity, a full 180° rotational span and above-par safety rated support system. Along with all our new equipment, we brought all of our welders and rollers from our previous location. A part of the design was maximizing the flow in which our fabrication process is conducted. The overhead bridge cranes and the Gorbel jib cranes have allowed us to transport spools from fitting to welding to NDE, and hydro testing to minimize unnecessary material handling and, thus, maximize fabrication efficiency.
We've also capitalized on efficiencies in our yard, with two separate entrances kitty corner on our 3-acre lot allowing raw materials and finished product to enter, flow through and exit in one continuous motion. The results of this highly efficient design allows us to not only take on a bigger work load, but complete a larger number of projects in the same amount of time.
Bluebird Contracting crew helps restore and reconstruct Calgary Stampede grounds after 2013 flood.
Bluebird Contracting was hired by the Calgary Stampede to restore and reconstruct the event grounds after they were badly flood damaged. The team worked 24 hours a day to complete the work in time. The project started on June 22 and was completed by July 4, less than 24 hours before Stampede 101 kicked off.
The work involved:
LINC named Contractor of the Year for 7th time at 2013 Continuing Education Conference.
LINC was named Contractor of the Year for 7th time at 2013 Continuing Education Conference.
Trotter & Morton receives the VRCA Silver Award of Excellence for work on the VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitor Centre in Vancouver.
Trotter & Morton is the proud recipient of the 2012 VRCA Silver Award of Excellence for the VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitor Centre, a 20,000-sq.ft. visitor centre in Vancouver. The project achieved net zero water and energy consumption.