All 2015 Posts PCL Blogs

  • The Mod Yard Experience

    Evan Skjel shares his experience working as an engineering student at the Mod Yard this summer.
  • Switch It Up

    Scott Klinger talks about his five co-op terms with PCL and the benefit of gaining experience in different departments and different districts.
  • Exceeding my Expectations

    My name is Riley McCutcheon. I started an 8-month co-op work term with PCL in January and am currently working as a field engineer student on a fertilizer expansion project just outside of Saskatoon.
  • Construction Rework - Guard Against the Hazards

    An industry-wide occurrence, rework can be prompted by a number of causes (including client change orders), significantly degrading project cost, schedule performance, and as we at PCL have learned, safety performance.
    TAGS: Safety
  • Take Time to Investigate Safety Violations Prior to Disciplinary Actions

    Recently, we’ve noticed a trend in how some construction companies are identifying “life-critical tasks” or activities that could result in serious or fatal incidents.
    TAGS: Safety
  • The Importance of Safety Planning in Construction

    Of all the workplace deaths in 2013, approximately 1 in 5 were in the construction industry—two workers per day.
    TAGS: Safety
  • It’s a New Year, Get Your Head In the Game

    PCL Construction starts every New Year with a “Welcome Back” campaign during the first few days of the year to refocus employees’ attention on preventing injuries and illnesses.
    TAGS: Safety