Construction and the Covid Pandemic
With the Covid Pandemic now a year in we are seeing businesses (especially in construction) turn a corner with learning how to adapt and to carry on. As an Alberta construction photographer work has definitely picked up since last year here at Crystal Puim Photography! We have already seen three of our all time favorite clients. Two of them, Chandos Construction Ltd and Clark Builders, have been wrapping up some jobs that were started late last year. Two of the jobs being the Stony Plain Parkland Transfer Station and the extension of the Mercury Plastics Edmonton Warehouse.
We are continuously amazed at how well the construction industry is diverting crises with the pandemic. They have been able to carry on with their essential services. Everything from implementing QR code scanning for safely entering job sites to being on top of safety protocols. Entire construction teams are working together to ensure health comes first while getting jobs done. While there was some slowing down in the construction community we have not seen anywhere near the devastation of job losses or illness that so many other industries have had to navigate through. Time and time again as an Alberta construction photographer we are witness to how dedicated the construction industry is. Projects are being completed while keeping everyone safe.
Below you can find some images of these two completed projects. Many more projects are currently wrapping up safely, on time, and on budget. The construction community here in Alberta is successfully navigating through turbulent times.
As usual you can find out more about construction projects by Chandos and Clark Builders on their websites and you can reach out to us here with any questions or photography requests you may have by going to our contact page!
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Chandos Construction- Parkland Transfer Station (Stony Plain, Alberta)
Clark Builders- Mercury Plastics Warehouse Extension (Edmonton Alberta)