Safety is critical around here. Guided by the Occupation Health and Safety Act and our own safety manual we have strict procedures in place that protect our employees and our clients.

From their first day on the job, all Kidco employees read the materials, take an exam and continue to talk about safety processes during onsite tailgate meetings. We also hold a ‘Certificate of Recognition’ from the Alberta Safety Construction Association (ACSA) and maintain a solid standing status with the Worker’s Compensation Board.

We like to think of ourselves as good neighbours too. We look out for the community we work in and give our time and resources to causes that matter to us. From the ALS society and athletics to fundraising events, we do our part to support our city, our friends, and our families. Because giving back is an important part of our Complete Construction Solutions.

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Taking a swing at prostate cancer

The Remington Charity Golf Classic was conceived by four men who had prostate cancer and wanted to make a difference. It has grown in popularity over the years and become a premier fundraising event for prostate cancer. Past tournaments have raised over $1.25 million while serving as a great opportunity to catch up with colleagues and business associates.

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Running for ALS

Betty Norman was diagnosed with ALS in 1996. Her courage and determination was the driving force behind the June 1997 "This One's for Betty" walk/run.” Betty passed away within eleven months of her diagnosis, however her unwavering spirit inspired Betty’s Run for ALS, which is held every year in her honour.

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The Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation supports the 82,000 kids and families who visit the hospital each year. Last year, Building Hope for Kids raised over $320,000 in net proceeds for children in our community. Now in its third year, Building Hope for Kids has already raised over half a million dollars for the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation.

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Ensuring everyone has a home

Habitat for Humanity Southern Alberta’s (HFHSA) mission is to mobilize volunteers and community partners in building affordable housing and promoting homeownership as a means to breaking the cycle of poverty. Through volunteer labour and donations of money and materials, Habitat builds and rehabilitates houses alongside homeowner (partner) families.