Cold Weather Concrete Tips

The weather has turned in the Sea to Sky Corridor and as of October 1st all vehicles travelling north on Highway 99 must carry chains, or have snow tires with either a mountain snowflake symbol or a mud and snow (M+S) symbol on the tire sidewall. Winter is here whether we’re ready for it or […]
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Cardinal Concrete Holiday Hours 2016

Happy Holidays from the Cardinal Concrete & Westland Concrete Pumping team! Please see below for our holiday schedule, if you have any questions please call our office at 604.898.5015 2016 Holiday Hours   Concrete & Pumping Dispatch Office Monday, December 26 CLOSED Tuesday, December 27 CLOSED Wednesday, December 28 BY REQUEST 8am – 12pm Thursday, […]
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Squamish Chamber of Commerce Business Tour

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We were really excited to be the FIRST Squamish Chamber of Commerce Business Tour. Chamber members got to tour the Cardinal Concrete Batch Plant, Coast Aggregates gravel quarry, and our NEW Landscape Depot. Then they enjoyed a delicious lunch from Naked Lunch Catering Company Ltd. in our garden. Chamber members were educated on the process of […]
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A Big Pour for RDC Fine Homes

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Here is a shot from the end of the day at RDC Fine Home’s big concrete pour in Whistler. Everything went smoothly, especially considering this pour entailed roughly 14 trucks full of concrete! Congratulations to the RDC Fine Homes site staff and Kodiak Concrete for ensuring this pour went so smoothly! RDC Fine Homes. rdcfinehomes.com
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Project Profile: Sea to Sky Gondola

Gondola Fact Sheet Ride Time 10 minutes Total Distance 1.9 km from the base to the summit lodge. The gondola climbs 850m to reach an elevation of 885m above Howe Sound Number of Towers 14 Number of Cabins 20 Capacity of Cabins 8 passengers Total Capacity 600 passengers per hour
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Cardinal Concrete Donates $50,000 to Centrepoint Project

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Cardinal Concrete has joined Sea to Sky Community Services in its efforts to build Centrepoint by making a $50,000 donation to the project. (Photo:The Centrepoint partners: Owen Carney, Lois Wynne and Bob Fast) “We believe Centrepoint creates a strong foundation for thecommunity. We’re happy to be involved in a project that will help so many […]
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Project Profile: Peak to Peak Gondola Whistler

   Project Description At 3,024 metres, the unsupported span between two of the four soaring support towers is the world’s longest. When each of the 28 cabins sways 436 metres above Fitzsimmons Creek, they reach the highest such point on the planet. At a cost of $51 million, the gondola is the most expensive lift […]
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Project Profile: Whistler Sliding Centre

Project Description Located on Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler, BC The Whistler Sliding Centre is a combined bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton venue featuring a 1700 m concrete track with a spectator capacity of 11,650. The location was chosen because of its suitable terrain and proximity to Whistler Village. Although not the longest sliding track in the […]
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