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July 02

Crews responding to debris flow on #BCHwy99 between Smith Rd and Hat Creek Rd near Pavilion Lake north of… https://t.co/lxdIMsGdmo

July 02

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British Columbia Dawson Road Maintenance

Dawson Road Maintenance is committed to staying in touch with the people and organizations who live in our communities and depend on our roads for personal and professional reasons. We want to share with everyone news about important news, weather events, maintenance and other kinds of disruptions that have the potential to impact on our ability to travel.

As well, we will share information here about ways you can travel safer, including Shift Into Winter and Cone Zone messages designed to protect all who are on the roads including work crews. Stay in touch with this page for regular updates from our operational staff about events and sign up below to receive updates by email subscription service.

Arlene Rushton’s stability helped the growth of privatized road maintenance

The first massive snowstorm of the season hit on Arlene Rushton’s first day on the job and the community was diligently checking in with the new maintenance company to see if they were aware of the weather and road conditions in 100 Mile House. “It was like a war zone. I

Murphy adds new ticket to his toolset

Success occurs when an individual with a certain skillset is given the opportunity to grow. Currently, all over B.C., there is a greater opportunity than ever before to jump into the workforce. One current Dawson Road Maintenance (DRM) employee is seizing the opportunity of

Cone Zone season has arrived!

Each of us – employers, workers and drivers – need to take action to keep workers safe.   Hundreds of roadside work zones will be set up across B.C. this summer, and every day, tens of thousands of British Columbians work alongside our roadways: first responders, tow

Privatization of highways opened new doors for Larry Nelson

The decision for the Province of B.C. and their Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MoTI) to privatize the work done on highways and bridges in 1988 changed the career of one employee, while providing the groundwork for Dawson Group to enter the highway and bridge mai

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