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Maple Reinders Consortium Selected as Preferred Proponent for Calgary Organics Composting Facility

Maple Reinders Group announced that it is part of the Chinook Resources Management Group consortium which has been selected as the preferred proponent to Design, Build, Finance and Operate an Organics Waste Composting facility for the City of Calgary.

New U of G Dairy Research Centre Complete

Maple Reinders' work on the University of Guelph Dairy Research Centre is now complete

Canada's Best Managed 5 Years Strong

Maple Reinders Group Ltd. was once again honoured as one of Canada's Best Managed Companies for the fifth year in a row, maintaining its designation as a Gold Standard re-qualified winner for 2014.

Reinders Honoured to Stand Alongside OGCA Builders

Mike Reinders, this year’s recipient of the Ontario General Contractors Association’s (OGCA) Chairman’s Award of Recognition, says he is honoured “to stand alongside” its past recipients.

OGCA - 75 Years of Success

Mike Reinders, says the association brought together contractors to address common issues around legislation and safety.

2014 GVCA Building Excellence Award

Maple Reinders were the successful recipients of the 2014 Grand Valley Construction Association (GVCA) Building Excellence Award in the Industrial $10 Million - $20 Million category

Sechelt's New Wastewater Treatment Plant

Sechelt’s new wastewater treatment plant was shined up and shown off during an invite-only dedication ceremony on May 21 that revealed the plant’s new name.

Canada's Best Managed Companies Winner

Maple Reinders was once again named as one of Canada's Best Managed Companies for the fourth consecutive year, earning the distinction of Gold Standard winner.

2013 CCA Environmental Achievement Award

Maple Reinders is pleased to announce we are the recipients of the 2013 CCA Environmental Achievement Award for our work on the Harvest Energy Garden project in Richmond, BC

Turning on the Taps

Maple Reinders work on the Six Nations Water Treatment Plant for the community of Ohsweken is officially complete, with a grand opening scheduled for Friday January 24, 2014.