The Ontario Ministry of Transportation has named Kingston’s Cruickshank Construction Limited its Paver of the Year for 2014.
The award, handed out at the Ontario Road Builders’ Association’s (ORBA) annual conference, recognizes excellence in workmanship on a hot-mix paving project completed in 2014.
The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) names one winner and three finalists each year and judges candidates on criteria including smoothness, night paving, completion, workmanship, and mix quality.
MTO chose Cruickshank on the strength of its work on the Napanee stretch of Highway 401, a multi-year project that was completed in the fall of 2014.
“We are extremely proud of all the people whose efforts went into the winning of this award,” said CEO Steve Cruickshank. “It was a great day for Cruickshank Construction.”
Cruickshank General Manager Roger Coulas accepted the award at ORBA’s annual conference on February 10th in Toronto.