Gitga’at First Nation: The Gitga’at Territory encompasses roughly 7,500 square kilometers of land and water, including the mainland and coastal islands. Hartley Bay, the home community of the Gitga’at First Nation lies about 90 miles southeast of Prince Rupert and 50 miles southwest of Kitimat, at the confluence of Grenville and Douglas Channels. The Gitga’at Development Corporation was established to undertake and coordinate community economic development initiatives.
Voice Management Ltd.: Voice is a full service civil construction company headquartered in Edmonton and operating across Western Canada for nearly 80 years. Primarily operating in the Oil & Gas and Industrial sector, Voice maintains a large fleet of equipment and employs industry leading talent proven to safely and successfully execute a wide range of construction projects. Voice has an office and laydown yard in Kitimat, BC along with an office in Prince Rupert, BC. www.voiceconst.com
GVC (Gitga’at Voice Construction Ltd. ) welcomes the opportunity to provide civil construction including site preparation, right of way clearing, underground installation, road & rail construction, tank foundations, landfill & pond construction, final grading, concrete construction environmental remediation and civil maintenance.
GVC is hiring experienced Local Heavy Equipment Operators for work on a project site in Prince Rupert, BC.
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