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Employers of Excellence
Trade Winds recognizes employers of excellence that have worked with us this fiscal year. These employers are committed to the hiring, indenturing, and supporting of Indigenous clients in trades occupations. They have hired more than 5 trade winds graduates in trades employment over the past fiscal year.
Bird Construction is a leading Canadian general contractor with branches coast to coast and provides construction services to many new and repeat clients. This year Bird celebrates 100 years of construction experience, the Edmonton Bird office focuses on industrial, mechanical, fabrication, and commercial projects in western Canada.
KB Industrial Mechanics
KB industrial Mechanics Ltd. is Western Canada’s largest 100% Canadian, Union Millwright only contractors. KBIM has been family owned and operated since the company formed in 1976. Over the years as the company grew, they always ensured that it was on the front edge of technology both in researching new and innovative equipment and more importantly, ongoing training of personnel as well as mentoring the next generation of Millwrights. While being highly inventive with tools and precision, they are able to provide state of the art specialized machines to work better, faster, more accurately and safer.
Harris Rebar is North America's leading fabricator, installer, and distributor of concrete reinforcing steel and related products. Harris Rebar is owned by Nucor, North America's largest producer of rebar and steel products.
Canadian Power Pac
A single family-owned business founded in 1977, Canadian. Power Pac remains among the largest Commercial, Institutional and Light Industrial Electrical & Solar Contractors in the Province of Alberta. Canadian. Power Pac specializes in Educational, Health, Scientific, Transit, Retail and Service facilities which is headed by experienced professionals and backed by a highly skilled and loyal workforce.
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It's a Win-Win-Win Situation
Increasingly, construction companies face a potential shortage of skilled labour and recognize that forming relationships with Indigenous organizations makes good business sense. By working effectively with Trade Winds, employers can directly access a young, rapidly growing, skilled, and readily available pre-apprenticeship work force.
Our Apprenticeship Retention Coordinators work with employers to bridge clients with employment opportunities. Get in touch today!