Community

Our office promotes an extensive waste recycle program for construction materials, office paper products etc. We have a comprehensive environmental program for the storage and disposal of used refrigerant, oil, and chemicals. Also we have systems to reduce job material waste and when we do have it we recycle the metal or material when possible.

Back packs for kids

Cairnview Mechanical is a regular contributor to our community, its organizations and its youth. Our most recent contributions have been to:

  • Back Packs for Kids
  • Cancer research
  • Peninsula Panthers hockey team
  • VICA’s “Food for Youth”
  • VICA’s “Back packs for kids”
  • United Way
  • Cops for cancer
  • Youth Empowerment Society
  • Rotary International
  • Habitat for humanity
  • Boys and girls club
  • MS society

Cairnview has hosted several seminars focusing on trades careers to Camosun College students and Quad School Districts.

Cairnview conducted very successful trades seminars for street youth at the Sooke Works Employment Centre and Work Link West Shore.

This past year saw Cairnview Mechanical participate in the construction of the Viaduct Flats Viewing Platform for the Victoria Natural History Society’s Horticultural Center of the Pacific. This nature platform will be used by the public, special interest groups, and school children in the study of science and nature.

We actively support the Vancouver Construction Association and we have been involved in many of their community projects including: building recreational facilities for the Southern Island Mountain Bike Society, building complete facilities for the medical clinic for street youth on lower Yates and renovating offices for the Needs Crisis Centre.

We are directly involved in our industry growth, a member of our staff Terry Siklenka (Operation manager) sits as Board Director on the Council of Construction Associations (COCA) and Construction Safety Association of B.C.(CSABC). Angus Macpherson (Owner/President) sits as a trustee for the Victoria Mechanical Health and Welfare plan and the Mechanical Industry Pension Plan. In addition he is a director of Mechanical Contractors Association and Vancouver Island Construction Association