Fall River company wins Peak Award

Premier Stephen McNeil speaks to a crowd member prior to a funding announcement for CCOA in Enfield on Feb. 21. (Healey photo)

FALL RIVER: A Fall River contractor has received accolades from the Canadian Home Builders Association (N.S.) for a project it built at a local school.

Gerald Mitchell Contracting received the Most Outstanding Special Project honour at the PEAK Awards, presented by Kohltech Windows & Entrance Systems, held on Nov. 30.

The award was given for the companies construction of the outdoor classroom project at Ash Lee Jefferson Elementary School in Fall River.

The Kohltech Peak Awards is an annual celebration hosted by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association Nova Scotia that recognizes excellence in the residential construction industry.

It’s an evening that is dedicated to honouring the high level of craftsmanship, dedication and hard work that CHBA NS members have contributed through various initiatives and projects throughout the year. As they celebrate the achievements of their members, they are recognizing those who strive to set new standards of excellence in the residential construction industry.