The Cariboo Development Region of British Columbia encompasses to regional districts. They are Fraser-Fort George and Cariboo. The Fraser-Fort George covers approximately 52,000 square kilometers in central and eastern British Columbia and offers a never-ending medley of magnificent landscapes. This area of Britsh Columbia includes the municipalities of MacKenzie, McBride, Prince George and Valemount. Geographically, the South Cariboo is found in south central British Columbia nestled on the Fraser Plateau between the heights of the Coastal and Rocky mountain ranges. The Fraser River cuts through the middle of this rolling plateau dividing the Cariboo from the wilds of the Chilcotin. To the south is the lower, drier hills of the Thompson-Okanagan, and to the north is the central Cariboo, extending into the vast forests of Northern BC. The region includes four incorporated member municipalities including 100 Mile House, Quesnel, Wells and Williams Lake.
100 Mile House
100 Mile House is the main service centre for the South Cariboo region. It is here that the local forestry industry utilizes the services of Industrial Scaffold Services.
For larger than life adventures, Mackenzie is the ideal location. Mackenzie lies at the southern end of Williston Lake, the largest man-made reservoir in British Columbia. Mackenzie is a recreational hub with natural and recreational trail systems in place that increase accessibility to the area’s outdoor recreation potential. Mackenzie’s wilderness setting brings residents and visitors alike into contact with the area’s diverse wildlife population. The local pulp and paper industry here is serviced by Industrial Scaffold.
McBride has towering mountains outline the horizon with snow-capped peaks throughout the fall, winter, and early spring. The area’s varied terrain ensures incredible hiking, camping, and bird watching during warmer months and cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in winter. It is here that the local forestry industry utilizes the services of Industrial Scaffold Services.
Prince George is the largest city in Northern British Columbia, and it is located centrally in the province. Here you’ll find the amenities of a larger city along with instant access to picturesque wilderness and outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, golf and camping. It is here that Industrial Scaffold Services has provided their expertise to several different industries, ranging from the pulp and paper, chemical and forestry.
Quesnel is located at the confluence of the Fraser and Quesnel rivers in the heartland of beautiful British Columbia. The employees at Industrial Scaffold have several years of experience in the pulp and paper industry in and around Quesnel.
Valemount is surrounded by the Rocky, Monashee, and Cariboo mountain ranges, and a short drive to Mount Robson Provincial Park. This highway location and close proximity to the park translates into easy travel and access to incredible outdoor activities. These include hiking, bird watching, camping, fishing, whitewater rafting, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. It is here that the local forestry industry utilizes the services of Industrial Scaffold Services.
Williams Lake is located in a sheltered valley of the vast Interior Plateau of central British Columbia. Situated on the north shore of a lake of the same name, and surrounded by tree-clad, trail-laced hillsides. The local construction and forestry industries have been customers of Industrial Scaffold Services.
The Kootenays are a pristine region of rivers, lakes, waterfalls, beaches, mineral hot springs, alpine meadows and snow-capped mountains. Four of British Columbia’s seven national parks are located here, and wildlife flourishes. During the winter, the region is home to some of the continent’s finest powder. In the spring of 2013, Industrial Scaffold expanded its operations into this area of the province. Industrial Scaffold now services Castlegar, Cranbrook, Creston, and all surrounding communities from its satellite office and laydown yard in Trail.
Castlegar can be found at the confluence of the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers in the southwestern corner of the Kootenay Rockies. The employees at Industrial Scaffold have several years experience in working at the local pulp and paper mill.
Cranbrook is situated in the middle of the broad Rocky Mountain Trench, Cranbrook boasts more sunshine than anywhere else in British Columbia. It is here that Industrial Scaffold has established itself in the local pulp and paper industry.
On a rolling benchland above the Kootenay River in the Creston Valley, Creston can be found. Much of the valley floor is reclaimed marshland which contains some of the most fertile farming land in the province. This is where Industrial Scaffold has done some work for the railway industry.
Trail is located on the Columbia River in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia. This is the current location of Industrial Scaffold’s satellite office and laydown yard. From here Industrial Scaffold services the local industries including the hydroelectric sector.
The Lower Mainland is a name commonly applied to the region surrounding and including Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Abbotsford is a city adjacent to Greater Vancouver along the Fraser River and Canada–United States border. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently supplying scaffolding and environmental containment to the construction industry.
Delta forms part of Greater Vancouver. Located south of Richmond, it is bordered by the Fraser River to the north, the United States to the south and the city of Surrey to the east. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently supplying scaffolding, rescue, confined space monitoring and environmental containment to the construction, marine and plant industries.
Hope is a district municipality at the confluence of the Fraser and Coquihalla rivers. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently supplying scaffolding, rescue and environmental containment to the construction and hydroelectric industries.
Mission is a district municipality in the Lower Mainland of the province. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently supplying scaffolding, rescue and environmental containment to the hydroelectric industry.
New Westminster is a city in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia, and a member municipality of Metro Vancouver. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently supplying scaffolding and environmental containment to the construction and commercial industries.
North Vancouver is known for hiking and skiing trails in the forested North Shore Mountains, including Grouse Mountain, whose Skyride cable car offers sweeping city views. High suspension bridges straddle popular Capilano Canyon and tranquil Lynn Canyon. Near the Seabus ferry terminal, Lonsdale Quay Market is home to fashion shops and a mix of food vendors serving fish and chips, souvlaki and Asian dishes. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently supplying scaffolding, rescue, confined space monitoring and environmental containment to the construction, commercial, marine, terminal, hydroelectric and plant industries.
Richmond is a city in British Columbia, Canada, and the site of Vancouver International Airport. Known for its Asian influences, it’s home to the International Buddhist Temple, an elaborate complex resembling Beijing’s Forbidden City. Asian eateries and shops cluster in the Golden Village district. In the village of Steveston, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery has interactive exhibits on the local salmon-canning tradition. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently supplying scaffolding, rescue, confined space monitoring and environmental containment to the construction, marine and plant industries.
Surrey is a city in British Columbia, Canada. It’s part of the Metro Vancouver area and lies between the Fraser River and the U.S. border. In Peace Arch Provincial Park, a white arch marks the international boundary between Canada and the U.S. On Boundary Bay, the Ocean Point Shoreline Walk curls along Crescent Beach. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently supplying scaffolding and environmental containment to the construction and commercial industry.
Vancouver, a bustling west coast seaport in British Columbia, is among Canada’s densest, most ethnically diverse cities. A popular filming location, it’s surrounded by mountains, and also has thriving art, theatre and music scenes. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently supplying scaffolding and environmental containment to the construction and commercial industry.
The North Coast is a Development District of British Columbia. It comprises of 2 Regional Districts, Skeena-Queen Charlotte and Kitimat-Stikine. The Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District is a partnership of four electoral areas and five municipalities that provide local government services to 20,000 residents living on the North Coast of British Columbia and Haida Gwaii, within the traditional territories of the Tsimshian and Haida First Nations. The Kitimat-Stikine provides local government services to an area of 100,000km² in northwestern British Columbia. Member municipalities are Kitimat, Terrace, Prince Rupert, Stewart, Hazelton and New Hazelton.
Kitimat is located on the Pacific Inland Coast, nestled amongst the magnificent, snow-capped coastal mountains at the end of the Douglas Channel. With the current Rio Tinto Alcan – Kitimat Modernization Project (KMP) currently underway, Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. was invited to join the project and are now a local scaffolding and environmental containment company.
Prince Rupert is located in the traditional territory of the Tsimshian Nation. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently offering their scaffolding and environmental containment services to the marine and construction industries.
Terrace is the regional business center for the area. It is strategically placed at the geographical center of Northwest BC. Terrace is located within the broad Skeena River Valley. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently supplying scaffolding and environmental containment to the construction industry.
The North East is a Development District of British Columbia. It comprises of 2 Regional Districts, Peace River and Northern Rockies. The Peace River Reginal District is south of the 58th parallel and east of the Rocky Mountains to the Alberta border. Its boundaries encompass approximately twelve million hectares (46,000 square miles). The population resides in Chetwynd, Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Hudson’s Hope, Pouce Coupe, Taylor, Tumbler Ridge and their surrounding communities. The Northern Rockies Regional District is a place where you can travel and relax in leisure along the Alaska Highway or venture off into the peaks and valleys of the vast back country of the Rockies.
Chetwynd is located in the foothills of the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. It is British Columbia’s entrance to the mighty Peace River Country. It is here that Industrial Scaffold Services has a satilite office and laydown yard. From here the local mining, forestry, pulp and paper and oil and gas industries utilize the services of Industrial Scaffold.
Dawson Creek is found at Mile”0″ of the world famous Alaska Highway. It is here that Industrial Scaffold’s services are used in by forestry, construction, osb, and oil and gas industries.
Fort Nelson is nestled in a wilderness oasis of Northern British Columbia. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is currently supplying scaffolding and environmental containment to the oil and gas industry.
Fort St. John
Fort St. John is British Columbia’s oldest interior community. It is here the office and laydown yard for Industrial Scaffold’s northern operations is located. From here Industrial Scaffold services all types of industries with their with scaffolding and environmental containment, ranging from pulp and paper, mining, hydroelectric, commercial construction and oil and gas.
Hudson’s Hope is the third oldest European community in British Columbia. The area is also one of the richest sites of fossils and dinosaur footprints in the world. Hudson’s Hope is the home to 2 hydroelectric dams that utilize the services of Industrial Scaffold. The local oil and gas industry and hydroelectric industry utilizes the services of Industrial Scaffold.
The Village of Pouce Coupe is located in a valley in the north east corner of British Columbia. It is here that the oil and gas industry uses the services of Industrial Scaffold.
Taylor is the fastest growing community in the Peace River Region. It is also home to Spectra Energy (McMahon Plant), Canfor Taylor Pulp, Alta Gas Liquids and Taylor Dunage & Lath and, a new oriented strand board plant whom all use the services of Industrial Scaffold Services.
Tumbler Ridge is a modest community set in breathtaking scenery, with a unique culture stemming from its dynamic past. The local mining and oil and gas industry is serviced by Industrial Scaffold.
The Sunshine Coast in southwest British Columbia, extends 177 km (110 mi) along the Strait of Georgia from Howe Sound to Desolation Sound. In this west coast geography of deep sea inlets, coastal bays and inter-connected lakes. For several years Industrial Scaffold has been servicing the pulp and paper industry and sponsoring local events in Gibsons, Sechelt, Port Mellon and Powell River.
Gibsons is located at the south end of the Sunshine Coast, and is a quaint town of artists and fishing boats. It is here that Industrial Scaffold services the south end of the Sunshine Coast.
Sechelt is nestled between the open waters of the Georgia Strait and the calm waters of Sechelt Inlet. The local construction industry makes use of Industrial Scaffold’s equipment.
Port Mellon is a small village on the southern tip of the Sunshine Coast. The local pulp and paper industry is the biggest employer of the area and utilizes the services of Industrial Scaffold.
Powell River is where endless green mountains meet sheltered Pacific Ocean waters. It is here that Industrial Scaffold’s expertise and knowledge are used by the pulp and paper industry.
The natural landscape of the Thompson Okanagan includes mountains, valleys, desert, and everything in between. The highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies is here, as is a waterfall twice the height of Niagara Falls, and Canada’s only true desert environment. This is a region that truly has something for everyone. Foodies flock to the area’s renowned orchards and vineyards; families can’t get enough of the many sandy, lakeside beaches; and outdoor enthusiasts come for the golfing, hiking, biking and skiing. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. has several areas in which they service in the Thompson Okanagan Area of British Columbia. They include Kamloops, Kelowna, Logan Lake, Merritt, Osoyoos, Penticton, Princeton, Revelstoke and Vernon.
Kamloops is Canada’s Tournament Capital, Kamloops is the premier host centre for tournaments, cultural events, high performance training camps, and national and international competitions. Industrial Scaffold’s satellite office and laydown yard service the entire Thompson Okanagan from here. The pulp and paper industry and mining industry in Kamloops is serviced by Industrial Scaffold.
Kelowna is cradled within a glorious range of mountains; a sanctuary blessed with pristine lakes, pine forests, abundant gardens, orchards and vineyards, sandy beaches, and superb amenities. The construction industry uses the services of Industrial Scaffold.
Logan Lake is a picturesque town located in the Highland Valley. Surrounded by forested rolling hills punctuated by lakes and rivers Logan Lake is in the heart of BC. It is here that companies utilize Industrial Scaffold’s equipment for their projects.
Merritt is located at the intersection of the key major transportation routes in the province of British Columbia. Industrial Scaffold services the construction industry in this growing community.
Osoyoos is Canada’s only true desert. Here you will discover Canada’s warmest lake and hottest, driest climate amid a valley of stunning beauty. Framed by sunny, blue skies, desert hills, lakes, vineyards, and orchards. It is here that Industrial Scaffold has started servicing the construction industry. Here you will discover our country’s warmest lake and hottest, driest climate amid a valley of stunning beauty. Framed by sunny, blue skies, desert hills, lakes, vineyards,and orchards, it’s the ultimate desert destination.
Penticton is located in the south-central region of British Columbia, in an area known collectively as the Okanagan Valley. With over 2100 hours of sunshine, and only 15 inches or rain annually, the area has a comfortable climate year round. The construction companies utilize Industrial Scaffold’s equipment and environmental containment expertise.
Princeton is situated at the forks of the Similkameen and Tulameen Rivers at an elevation of 650 metres (2,100 feet). Lying in the rain-shadow on the eastern slopes of the Cascade mountains, the climate is fairly dry. In 2013 Industrial Scaffold has started offering its scaffolding and environmental containment services to this area of the province.
Revelstoke is located within the Columbia Mountains in the interior of British Columbia. It is here that the railway and commercial industries have used the expertise of Industrial Scaffold.
Vernon is located between three lakes, surrounded by world renowned golf courses in the Okanagan Valley in the south central region of British Columbia. Several industries utilize the services of Industrial Scaffold including the construction and railway.
Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. has several areas of operations on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. They include Campbell River, Cowichan Valley (Ladysmith, Chemainus, Duncan, Lake Cowichan, Youbou, Honeymoon Bay, Mesachie Lake, Cowichan Bay, Mill Bay and Cobble Hill) Crofton, Nanaimo, Port Alberni, Port Alice, Victoria and its outlying communities (Saanich, Langford, Sooke, Esquimalt, Sidney, Shawinigan Lake, Colwood, View Royal, Oak Bay, Highlands, and Malahat).
Campbell River is the third largest city and the fourth-largest community on Vancouver Island, located in a scenic oceanfront setting on the eastern shore of Vancouver Island. The hydroelectric and nautical industry are Industrial Scaffold’s main customer base.
The Cowichan Valley consists of (Ladysmith, Chemainus, Crofton, Duncan, Lake Cowichan, Lake Cowichan, Youbou, Honeymoon Bay, Mesachie Lake, Cowichan Bay, Mill Bay and Cobble Hill) has fertile valleys, rolling mountains, undulating rivers and pristine lakes come together to form the backdrop of the Cowichan; a place of incredible beauty, timeless traditions and tidal rhythms.Nestled between the bustling cities of Victoria to the South and Nanaimo to the North, Cowichan offers a wide choice of things to see and do throughout the year, from exploring the wine country trails, to unforgettable fishing, kayaking, hiking and golfing adventures. It is here that Industrial Scaffold donates scaffolding and time to great community events throughout the year.
Nanaimo is a beautiful and growing city which relies on Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. for scaffolding, shrinkwrapping and large-scale nautical and drydocking work. Our scaffolding services in the city of Nanaimo, as well as its outlying communities and harbour offer large-scale contracting and construction deployments, as well as complete service to the ferry and transportation industry. It is here that Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. has their head office.
Port Alberni is an affordable waterfront community at the heart of the west coast of Vancouver Island. Its situated at the end of a 48 kilometre-long inlet and offer access to wilderness and fishing. It is here at the local pulp and paper mill that Industrial Scaffold Services L.P.’s scaffolding and environmental containment are utilized.
Port Alice is a picturesque community located on northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Situated on the banks of Neroutsos Inlet and surrounded by lush forests and plentiful lakes, Port Alice is known as “the Gateway to the Wild West Coast”. Industrial Scaffold has serviced the pulp and paper industry in this small community.
Victoria and its outlying communities (Saanich, Langford, Sooke, Esquimalt, Sidney, Shawinigan Lake, Colwood, View Royal, Oak Bay, Highlands, and Malahat) are located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria is a community of choice for its temperate climate, natural beauty, recreational sites and superior economic opportunities. The city is alive with people and activity. It is here that Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. has helped the marine industry and drydocks with their scaffolding and environmental containment requirements. Our environmental containment system has also been used as lead abatements by municipalities for the removal of lead on playground equipment.
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