Stuart Olson Dominion forms our General Contracting segment. It constructs institutional (publicly owned), commercial and industrial (privately owned) buildings across Western Canada. The company strives to profitably meet client needs for large-scale, technologically-complex projects, on-time and on-budget.
Stuart Olson and Dominion have been general contractors since 1939 and 1911 respectively. Key players in Western Canada’s building markets, the two companies are now combined as Stuart Olson Dominion Construction Ltd. (SODCL).
SODCL’s expertise includes renovation and new construction in the light industrial, education, healthcare, government and commercial building sectors.
For the first quarter of 2013, Stuart Olson Dominion delivered 48% of Churchill’s consolidated revenues(1), (5)% of EBITDA(1)(2) (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) and 66% of total backlog.
Following the acquisition of The Dominion Company Inc. (Dominion) in July 2010, Stuart Olson Constructors Inc. (Stuart Olson) and Dominion were operationally combined to form Stuart Olson Dominion (SODCL). Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, SODCL constructs commercial, institutional and industrial buildings. Stuart Olson and Dominion have been general contractors since 1939 and 1911, respectively, and during the last several years both have become key players in Western Canada’s building markets. SODCL has branch offices in Richmond, British Columbia; Calgary, Alberta; Edmonton, Alberta; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Regina, Saskatchewan; and Winnipeg, Manitoba.
SODCL's goal is to serve all of the construction needs of its predominantly repeat client base, and to focus on relationship-driven construction contracting. The company’s expertise includes renovation and new construction in the light industrial, educational, healthcare, government and institutional sectors. Its success is founded on a holistic, team-based approach that brings clients, contractors and consuiltants together as equals. SODCL's business culture is driven by a "blueprint" of values that sets out the company's stance with regard to leadership, innovation, business relationships, profitability, health and safety, community and environment, and how the company's employees are expected to treat clients, consultants, trade contractors, employees and shareholders.