MWC Building HER Story
Manitoba Women in Construction hosted an incredible sold-out panel discussion earlier this week featuring a discussion and Q&A with Nicole Chabot, Wendy Hofford, Carla Larabie and Jodi Moskal.
MWC has uploaded some pictures from the event to its Facebook page which you can find here.
Nicole Chabot: Part of “Building Her Story” in the Manitoba construction industry
Nicole Chabot, Vice President of L. Chabot Enterprises, will be part of the Building Her Story Manitoba – A Manitoba Women in Construction Panel Presentation featuring women in the construction industry sharing knowledge and experience to empower women in the construction industry.
CHABOT is now CCIL Certified
The Canadian Council of Independent Laboratories (CCIL) represents the independent testing industry in Canada. CCIL promotes a culture of quality work for those involved in the construction industry: owners, construction companies, engineers and testing firms.
CHABOT Sand and Gravel feature in Winnipeg Free Press: Growing the Economy is Job #1
BY Pat St. Germain
Sand, gravel, backfill, limestone and concrete and asphalt aggregates go into residential and commercial developments, sewers, roads and pedestrian walkways. And a variety of specialty products come into play, such as rip rap for lakeshore and riverbank stabilization, pea gravel for landscaping or dog runs, and processed sand to provide traction on icy roads.
Chabot Supporting Our Community: Springfield, MB
L. Chabot Enterprises supports the inception of the Springfield Chamber of Commerce established in June 2016.
Deep Roots (Manitoba Heavy Groundbreaker Magazine Feature)
When the Winnipeg Soccer Federation needed two new artificial turf pitches to host this summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup, they needed a heavy construction company that could handle excavation as well as prepare the field with laser-like precision.
Serving the Winnipeg region for 50 years
L. Chabot Enterprises – Serving the Winnipeg region for 50 years
L. Chabot Enterprises has roots that date back to 1965, when Lucien Chabot started out as an owner-operator in Winnipeg with a single truck working on construction projects. With determination, hard work and the support of his family, Lou built up his business.