Aboriginal Relations

The Mask Displayed Here was Gifted to Hazelwood Construction by Ahousaht First Nation

WHO IS HAZELWOOD?

Jack and Sid Whittaker
Father & Son Team of Hazelwood

Located in Nanaimo, B.C., Canada, Hazelwood Construction Services Inc. was established in 1993 by father and son team, Jack and Sid Whittaker.

Our company is founded on the principles of dedication, teamwork, and commitment to quality construction. After more than 20 years, No job is too challenging because innovation and partnership are the keys to our success.

A Message From Hazelwood Construction’s General Manager

“Hazelwood’s group of companies have been supporting First Nations community development for years. As a service provider we want to remain part of the ongoing business of building mutually beneficial relationships with BC’s First Peoples.”

Paul Noel
General Manager

WHAT WE DO

Hazelwood Group of Companies

Hazelwood Construction is part of the Hazelwood Group of Companies. Our related companies specialize in various aspects of the industrial sector. The Hazelwood Group of companies is founded on the principles of dedication, teamwork, and commitment to quality construction. All of our related companies continue to maintain stable growth, while steadily diversifying our overall capabilities.

  • Run of the River Developments
  • Bridge Installations
  • Road, Water & Sewer Construction
  • Playing Field Development
  • Single Family Home Building
  • Multi Unit Home Building
  • Commercial Building
  • Institutional Building
  • Land Development
  • Subdivision Creation
  • Re-zoning Management
  • Waste & Recycling Container Manufacturing
  • Waste Diversion Solutions
  • Custom Metal Fabrication
  • Natural Stone Building Materials
  • Natural Landscaping Materials
  • North American Distribution
  • Rock Quarry Development
  • Luxury Development in Nanaimo BC
  • Single Family Lots
  • Townhome Units

INFRASTRUCTURE

Projects of Interest – Road, Water & Sewer Construction

Ahousaht Solid Waste Facility

Ucluelet First Nation Sewer Upgrade

Mt. Chamata Wind Farm Road Access

Nanoose First Nation Waterfront Stabilization

RUN OF RIVER HYDRO

Projects of Interest – Run of the River: First Nation Owned Projects

Project Owned By:


Hupacasath and
Ucluelet First Nation

Project Owned By:


Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation

Project Owned By:


Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation

LAND DEVELOPMENT TO HOUSING

Projects of Interest

SUPPORTING

First Nation Economies

BY PROVIDING JOB TRAINING AND CAREER PATH OPPORTUNITIES
BY SUPPORTING COMMUNITIES DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF PARTNERSHIPS AND JOINT VENTURES
BY PROVIDING CREATIVE APPROACHES TO COST EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

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SINCE 2005 WE HAVE INVESTED MORE THAN $1.6 MILLION IN FIRST NATION EMPLOYEES AND SUPPLIERS.

INVESTED IN FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITIES

First Nation Employee Testimonials

“I love working for Hazelwood. The guys are great and I have been really able to grow with the company. Started out driving rock truck and now have learned how to use the loader and excavator. Good pay and excellent benefits.”

Brent Masso – Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation

“Hazelwood gave me a break at a time when the industry was really tight, with their commitment to excellence it was a pretty challenging but very rewarding work environment. As a direct result of their mentoring I have gone onto work in the renewable energy sector and have made a career out of it spanning over 13 years. Hazelwood, thanks for believing in me”

Shawn McAnerin – Hupacasath First Nation

“I learned alot by working with Hazelwood on the project in my community. My co workers were friendly and the work environment was very safe. We were always provided the tools and equipment required to do the job well and safely. They pay well too and I look forward to the next job.”

Fred Matersdorf – Ahousaht First Nation

“Hazelwood treated me well with a focus on safety and a work environment that promoted excellence. I would not think twice about working for these guys again.”

Russell Peters – Seton Lake First Nation

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