rcs’s own Andrew Doucet, Director of Construction, speaks out regarding mental health and wellness within the industry. Mental Health and Wellness for rcs has become one of the four key pillars that were developed to ensure a healthy work environment in a post-pandemic climate; however, this has long since been a focus for rcs and […]
We have officially broke ground for the new Ronald McDonald House located in the south end of Halifax, NS. rcs is proud and humbled to have the opportunity to take part in such an iconic and important development that will help to positively impact many people’s lives across Atlantic Canada as their families receive treatment […]
Brendan Nobes, Director of Major Projects, here at rcs was named the 2022-2023 Chair of the Board of Directors by the Canadian Construction Association (CCA)! A press release was done to make this announcement and you can read more about this appointment from on their website. We are very proud and humbled by Brendan’s appointment.
Doug takes a couple of minutes to reflect on the pandemic and celebrate the excitement and prospect of moving forward and ‘living with Covid’. As Atlantic Canadians, it is important that we do our part to be respectful and kind to one another as we navigate and conduct ourselves daily, moving forward. However, I am […]
In light of the company’s 25 years in business, rcs was featured in Saltwire and was distributed with the Chronicle Herald earlier this week. We are excited to announce that the article is now live on their website and available to view digitally! Check it out online today!
rcs was thrilled to receive the Bowman Award recognizing us for our support and contributing efforts to the Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS) for over 25 years! Receiving this award on behalf of rcs are Brendan Nobes, Director of Major Projects, and Andrew Doucet, Director of Construction for NS. A special thanks for CANS […]