In a virtual award ceremony hosted on October 22nd, Modern Niagara was awarded the Excellence Award for Best Health & Safety Culture and the Excellence Award for Safest Construction Employer from the Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine.
Modern Niagara has been named among Canada's Top 100 Employers for the second consecutive year.
Modern Niagara is recognized for its safety excellence through a number of prestigious awards.
Modern Niagara volunteers came together for the company’s second annual Community Day, a day where staff dedicate their time and effort to support local charities.
Despite strong growth, the construction industry is a laggard in technological and digital innovation. Modern Niagara is determined to change that.
Modern Niagara and CowaterSogema jointly organized a case competition for the students of the Schulich School of Engineering of the University of Calgary from 1st to 3rd February 2019.
Modern Niagara has been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers, announced by Mediacorp Canada Inc.
Our work continues on the multi-year renovations at Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta.
Our team in B.C. is at work on Phase 1 of the Royal Columbian Hospital project, which includes a renovation and new build.
Modern Niagara has three cannabis production facility projects underway.
Our team in Toronto is ramping up mechanical installation work at the Central Utility Plant (CUP).
Just 12 months after receiving the contract, we achieved an operational heating system for the 300,000 sq.ft. University of Ottawa Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) building.
We are thrilled to be working with Class 1 Inc. and Ellis Don to provide the first on-site oxygen generation system for a major acute care facility in North America. The project is happening at Michael Garron Hospital in Toronto.
Over the winter, our sheet metal team battled ice and wind to land 12 large air handling units (AHUs) onto the roof of the Stoney Bus Barn in Calgary.
This year, the theme of Safety Week is "the power of safe choices". At Modern Niagara, workplace safety is a CULTURE - which means everyone plays a part, every hour of every day.
Modern Niagara will provide financial support to cover administration costs of the Abby Award over a 10-year period.
The University of Ottawa Heart Institute project has achieved occupancy thanks in part to contributions by Modern Niagara's piping, electrical, and architectural cladding teams in Ottawa.
Our Calgary team is very proud to be part of the ongoing co-gen power initiatives underway in that city, thanks to the Calgary Co-Op.
On Sunday, April 29, we'll participate in Steps for Life - Walking for Families of Workplace.
Our team in Toronto is at work on a renovation of the largest pharmacy at the Hospital for Sick Kids.
The new chiller system at Carleton University Mackenzie building is a wrap!
Modern Niagara's VP Employee Health & Safety, Erin Oliver, is featured in an article summarizing a panel session that she participated in earlier this month.
The renovation of Yorkville Village (formerly Hazleton Lanes) in Toronto reached substantial completion in December 2017.
Our team in Ottawa has completed work on the Lansdowne (Thousand Islands Bridge) Border Crossing.
We're pleased to work with Binder Construction on mechanical upgrades to the Boyle Healthcare Centre in Alberta.
Builtworlds today features Modern Niagara in a story about the integration of technology into its business.
We're proud to be a continuing part of Calgary's growing infrastructure works.
Our mechanical team is at work on infrastructure renewal at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph campus.
Modern Niagara hosted a case competition at York University - Lassonde School of Engineering, in Toronto. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on March 6.
We've been contracted to upgrade more than 50 washrooms at this college campus in Ottawa.
Our team in British Columbia has recently begun work on two hospital upgrades.
In Alberta, our sheet metal team is working on the new Stoney Plains Transit Facility.
Modern Niagara's team in British Columbia has begun work on the underground component of the new Molson Coors brewery in Chilliwack.