Major work in Chilliwack for developer clients Coniston and Westbow and extensive electrical help with new Haisla Town Centre in Kitimat among highlights of 2015 so far, Chinook Electric reports
Chilliwack, BC -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/24/2015 -- Chinook Electric, a leading commercial, industrial, and residential electrical service, announced the successful, recent completion of a number of important projects. Among other recent developments, Chinook Electric has completed major work for the Englewood Village and Hillcrest Townhomes residential developments, for clients Coniston and Westbow respectively, along with providing essential electrical contracting services at the Haisla Town Centre in Kitimat. For more than 30 years, Chinook Electric, owned by the Cheam Band of the Sto:lo First Nations people, has provided top-quality electric service to customers of all kinds throughout British Columbia.
"We're proud to announce the resounding success of some of our most significant and challenging projects yet," Chinook Electric Managing Partner Glenn Brubaker said, "Whether working closely with top area developers like Coniston Developments and Westbow or providing important electrical expertise for our valued First Nations clients, Chinook Electric proudly delivers excellence with every job. Our project record in 2015 so far has been the most impressive yet of our 30-plus-year history, showing how Chinook Electric continues to grow and thrive."
With reliable electrical service a virtual necessity of modern life, the Canadian electrical contracting industry prospers. Around 23,000 experts nationwide are employed in the industry, according to Industry Canada, with about 3,500 of these professionals working out of British Columbia alone.
Since the company's founding more than 30 years ago, Chinook Electric has been widely known as a top residential, industrial, and commercial electrical contractor in British Columbia. Founded and owned by the Cheam Band of the First Nations Sto:lo community, the company is today a joint venture between three top electrical contractors: Chinook Electric, Uptime Industrial, and Westward Electric.
From the company's base in Chilliwack just outside Vancouver, Chinook Electric provides eminently reliable, top quality electrical service to customers of all kinds throughout the province. With an unmatched history and record of organizational experience, Chinook Electric consistently displays a breadth of knowledge and skill that no other contractor in British Columbia can match.
That impressive level of accomplishment and capability has served the company and its clients well throughout 2015 so far, as evidenced by its just-announced list of recently completed projects. Working side by side with noted residential developer Coniston Developments, Chinook Electric electricians provided much-appreciated electrical contracting expertise at the brand-new Englewood Village development in the company's home base of Chilliwack.
Similarly significant electrical work in the form of site lighting was recently completed at another major new Chilliwack residential development, Hillcrest Townhomes, alongside developer and client Westbow. Some ways to the north in Kitimat, Chinook Electric experts have also recently finished up work at the new Haisla Town Centre project, furnishing electrical service to the condominiums, office and retail space, hotel, and restaurant that have been built there.
These significant, highly successful projects join dozens of others that have also been completed by Chinook Electric so far in 2015. With equally momentous projects now underway at the Cheam Health and Community Centre in Chilliwack, the Gente Bella beauty school in Abbotsford, and elsewhere, Chinook Electric will remain every bit as busy and dedicated through the rest of the year.
About Chinook Electric
With deep commitments to safety, quality, and the environment, First Nations-owned Chinook Electric has provided a full range of industry-leading electrical contracting services to residential, commercial, and industrial clients throughout British Columbia for more than 30 years.