COMPANY UPDATES

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KEEYASK 2020 PROJECT UPDATE


DMS has performed all the embedded piping scope on the project and is performing mechanical piping and electrical SOW with Voith for the turbine installation. NME (NMS) managed the camp and road maintenance.


MASSIVE PEA-PROCESSING

Roquette pea plant, set to open its doors later this year, is the largest pea processing plant in the world. Via Winnipeg Free Press.


We've Moved To A New Facility


61053 PR 207 Sunnyside, Manitoba, Canada R5R 0C1

The new space will see the amalgamation of our existing Head Office on Higgins Ave. and our Fabrication Facility on Day St., allowing us to establish one new all-encompassing central base of operations.



6 Tons of Steel – building Bloody Saturday

6 Tons of Steel: Building Bloody Saturday
Recent CBC Episode: Click Here
100 years after the tipping of a streetcar resulted in Bloody Saturday during the Winnipeg General Strike, a work of Art rises out of the sidewalk of Winnipeg to commemorate it (Manitoba).


Catch Of The Week

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DMS Pipefitters completing their STARRT card, Recognizing Hazard Identification & Mitigation Excellence Allen Brecken, Rick Howell & Travis Foley –DMS– Service bay March 5, 2019


MCAC Article

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Download Article: MCAC Launches WiMC Initiative
DMS Industrial is a proud member and supporter of MCAC. The Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada is the unified voice of the mechanical contracting industry.


DMS Team Building

DMS Team Building Event: View More Pics
Our team recently enjoyed a night out at Enigma Escapes which is a local escape room here in Winnipeg. It was a great evening with a great turn out as lots of staff attended.


Morberg House

Morberg House: CTV News Clip
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Morberg House on Provencher Blvd., a care facility for homeless men with substance abuse and mental health conditions, built in 1905, is at risk of being closed this fall, after operating for 2 years. The reason behind this decision are the renovations that have to be completed by October 1st which will improve the building’s fire-resistance rating and safety exits.


Recent News

Recent News: Winnipeg Free Press Article
When GE Aviation decided to build a cold weather engine testing facility in Winnipeg at the beginning of this decade, the global leader in the technology did not even imagine it would one day be building an engine with the same diameter as the fuselage of a Boeing 737.

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