News

Doug Doucet gets Roasted at the Arthritis Society’s Celebrity Roast.

Last month our President, Doug Doucet, was put in the hot seat and roasted by friends and family at the annual Arthritis Society Celebrity Roast event. The event raised over $300,000 and 50+ children struggling with juvenile arthritis will be able to attend Camp JoinTogether this summer! Big thanks to everyone who attended, donated and… Read more »

The Importance of Mental Health

In November our Director of Human Resources, Dena Hueston, and Interim Director of Construction, Andrew Doucet, took to the airwaves joining Charlene Pickrem, owner of Pick Empowerment on CIOE 97.5FM to discuss Mental Health. This is not the first time rcs has joined the conversation and taken action to better Mental Health. As a board… Read more »

rcs wins General Contractor Award of Excellence!

On March 9, 2019 rcs won the General Contractor Award of Excellence at the Newfoundland & Labrador Construction Association (NLCA) ROCK Awards! The General Contractor Award of Excellence is presented to an NLCA contractor in recognition of the commitment and dedication in support of Newfoundland and Labrador’s construction industry and the pursuit and promotion of… Read more »

ISANS

On Nov 5th, we were fortunate to welcome Abinaya Rajendran into the rcs Estimating Department. Abinaya is an Engineer who has moved to Canada from India where she worked on cost estimation for biomass power plant construction projects. She joined us as part of a full-time engineering work placement program through Immigrant Services Association of… Read more »

Habitat For Humanity

Community involvement and charitable work has always been part of rcs. We do our best to support causes that align with our company values and are near and dear to the hearts of our staff, clients, and suppliers. This is why we have chosen Habitat for Humanity as our charity of choice for 2017. On… Read more »

rcs involved in the 1st LEED® building in the Country!

The Halifax Farmers’ Market is the oldest continuously operating farmer’s market in North America having been founded in 1750. Over the years the market has been held in many locations around Halifax, Nova Scotia including Keith’s Brewery Building on 1496 Lower Water Street. In 2010 the majority of the cooperative members of the market moved… Read more »