WPE's very own Karen Crouser was featured in a Vancouver Regional Construction Association (VRCA) "A Day in the Life" video issue and print article. In this issue Karen, a Red-Seal certified electrician shows video crews her work at the Port of Vancouver.
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WPE management delighted to receive an email from the Business Manager of the Saskatchewan IBEW Local Union 529 on the success its union members on the Saskatoon Civic Operations Project.
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WPE won VRCA Awards of Excellence last night in Safety and the top award for Electrical Contractors - Over $8 Million category.
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WPE has received a VRCA silver award for it's installations on the Evergreen Line Rapid Transit Project in the "Electrical Contractors - Over $8 Million" category.
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WPE's Partnership with the Musqueam First Nation is featured in the Summer/Fall 2016 issue of "First Choice First Nations" magazine. Read more to learn about how WPE is actively creating career paths in our local aboriginal community
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WPE will design and perform all electrical installation for the new Stanton Territorial Hospital currently being built in the Northwest Territories.
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WPE will be performing the electrical scope of work for the upcoming Edmonton Light Rail Transit Valley Line Expansion.
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WPE's Ron Fettback, Brittany Bailey, and Neil McNeill attened the annual Musqueam First Nations Job and Career Fair introducing attendees to the electrical industry. The event, which is held annually, started with a traditional welcoming drumming ceremony and was followed by a buffet dinner. Guests visited each booth to apply and/or learn more about the job opportunities from the different employers present. WPE's booth included flashlight giveaways and an interactive slideshow and video presentation to peak the interests of onlookers who wanted to learn more about jobs in electrical and careers with Western Pacific.
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WPE proudly presented over $13,000 in funds to the Surrey Women's Centre.
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