CIMS donates to the Sarnia St Josephs Hospice

In a touching demonstration of community commitment, the LNG project team, honored as the winners of the 2023 CIMS Project President’s Award, was awarded a $1,000 donation to contribute to a charity of their choosing.

Opting for the Sarnia St. Josephs Hospice, Paul Maitland (on the right – Regional Construction Manager – Ontario) and Darryl Maitland (on the left – Boilermaker Supervisor), personally presented the heartfelt donation on behalf of CIMS Ltd and the entire project team. This gesture not only underscores their professional achievements but also highlights their deep-rooted dedication to making a positive impact in the community.

The LNG team’s choice of the Hospice reflects their empathy and values, making this a commendable celebration not just of their project success but of their compassionate spirit. Congratulations to the LNG team for their well-deserved award and for choosing to support such a meaningful cause.

CIMS joins the SD42 Trades Information Showcase

CIMS participated in the SD42 Trades Information Showcase on Jan 30, alongside 45 vendors. With 800+ in attendance, we got a chance to discuss their career goals and opportunities at CIMS. Our interactive Nerf game was a crowd-pleaser too! Special thanks to Thomas Haney School for hosting, students for their assistance, and event coordinators, it was a great success!

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CIMS donates $15,000 to Trail hospital

CIMS Limited Partnership has donated $15,000 towards the Ambulatory Care Campaign at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH). This donation will fund an Examination Room in the Oncology Department.

Patrick McGinley (center), CIMS president, along with CIMS team members, present this generous donation to Lisa Pasin, KBRH Health Foundation executive director (right).