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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.

Riders company-wide set new records during GoByBike Week

The Dawson Group Cyclepaths did more than their part to look after Mother Earth last week during the annual GoByBike Week in B.C. Our team of 18 riders cruised past previous records for distance travelled, calories burned and greenhouse gases saved over the week-long campaign th

Steve Schedel completes his bridge worker apprenticeship

Steve Schedel is the latest example of a Dawson Road Maintenance (DRM) employee taking advantage of the learning and training opportunities within the company. Arriving at DRM in 2021, Schedel was hired as Machine Operator in the Cariboo region, before switching to the bridge

Updating PPE across Dawson Road Maintenance

Safety looks a little different around our Dawson Road Maintenance (DRM) yards these days. Earlier this month, DRM management and our Health, Safety and Environment team travelled with Support Services to various yards across DRM locations to connect with our teams and rollou

Two employees with a combined 84 years of experience ride off into the sunset

For the past four decades, both Dave Fraser and Norbert Froese have been pillars in the road maintenance industry in Smithers. As of early, May, they will hang up their tools and begin enjoying retirement. “I’m feeling accomplished and excited, but there is a part of me t

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