Graham was recently nominated by Chandos to participate in the Lunchbox Challenge. Inspired by the economic impacts of the pandemic, this challenge aims to demonstrate appreciation to the construction industry’s frontline workers, while also supporting local eateries that have been struggling during the pandemic.
Hillside Smoke N’ Que food truck fed pulled pork on buns to 30 employees on the City of Lumsden Wastewater Treatment facility construction site today, with Jane Dough’s Bakehouse and Coffee Company providing the drinks and desserts to the team. Special thanks to these business owners for delivering delicious food and drinks to our project sites.
The Lunchbox Challenge was started by Scott Construction in BC and has been picked up by builders across Canada. We’re proud of how our employees on site have stepped up to the plate during the pandemic, quickly adopting new safety protocols, and remaining committed to finishing these important projects for our communities and clients. The Lunchbox Challenge was a great opportunity to demonstrate our gratitude to our teams, while also doing our part to support local business.
Thank you to Chandos for including us in this fantastic challenge! We nominate PCL and Westridge Construction to participate next.