Final Summer Sizzler in Nanaimo

Thursday, September 6th marked our final Summer Sizzler and, once again, we had a great turnout and a great time! Thanks to all of our members who joined us at VICA Nanaimo (in no particular order):

  • Ingleton Construction Management
  • IWCD
  • Herold Engineering
  • Mark Taylor Advisory Services
  • CMF Construction
  • Island Aggregates
  • United Floors
  • GeoBreak Solutions 
  • Hazelwood Construction Services
  • Holdfast Metalworks
  • Securco Services
  • Saywell Contracting
  • RBC
  • ProPacific
  • MNP LLP
  • Knappett Industries
  • Cornerstone Tile
  • Houle Electric
  • Island Architectural Millwork
  • ABBA Floor Coverings
  • Westmark Construction
  • 3D Geomatics
  • Pinchin Ltd.
  • ESC Automation
  • Fineline Road Marking

Please note that we moved our September Sizzler from Victoria to Nanaimo so Rory could attend the BBQ and CBA Town Hall. * There will not one in Victoria tomorrow: Friday, September 7th *

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