Since 1997, Central Alberta Tile One has been Red Deer’s leading retailer for home and commercial service needs – and it’s easy to see why!

Since 1997, Central Alberta Tile One has been Red Deer’s leading retailer for home and commercial service needs – and it’s easy to see why!

It’s award season for the Red Deer Construction Association!

Local business wins big as Subcontractor of the Year

For 64 years, the Red Deer Construction Association has represented hundreds of construction companies across Central Alberta. As a resource for owners, contractors, consultants and suppliers, they work hard to ensure best industry practices are followed, bringing valuable projects to our communities.

During their sixth annual Commercial Construction Awards on April 15, many eagerly anticipated the results as they acknowledged the outstanding contributions of industry members. This year, 10 companies were among the finalists, vying for 6 awards.

Central Alberta Tile One, a valued member of the RDCA since 2001 and a leading retailer for home and commercial surface needs, has supported the RDCA on many levels over the past two decades. From the Awards Gala to the annual Golf Classic, supporting these events lets CA Tile One contribute to the industry overall and to specific initiatives like RDCA’s scholarship for apprentices.

Paired with their knowledge and experience within the commercial industry, CA Tile One’s knowledge has also been extremely valuable to RDCA’s advocacy efforts to drive value-added construction to our Central Alberta communities.

Sub-Contractor of the Year Award

“We created this award to recognize the role a sub-contractor plays within the local industry as all too often these unsung heroes go unnoticed,” says Guy Gies, Executive Director at the Red Deer Construction Association. “For this award, the company is recognized by their industry contributions, quality, innovation, safety awareness and ethics.”

This year, Central Alberta Tile One submitted the new EQUS Building in Innisfail. Providing safe and reliable electrical distribution services to industrial and commercial developments, production facilities, telecommunication towers, oil and gas operations and farms, they serve nearly 12,000 members, making them the largest member-owned utility in Canada.

“We’re so thankful for the RDCA and for the hard work of our subcontractors in making this project a reality,” Shannon Moench, owner and operator of Central Alberta Tile One notes. “We really appreciate the recognition this project has received and are looking forward to continuing our work with the RDCA.”

If you’d like to learn more about Central Alberta Tile One and their award-winning work, make sure to visit them online today!

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