School of Construction News
Sask Polytech summer trades camps introduce girls to tradesCommunications and Marketing - July 12, 2018
July 12, 2018 – Girls ages 12-15 are attending week-long trades and technology camps at Saskatchewan Polytechnic this month. Girls Exploring Trades and Technology (GETT) camps provide participants with a safe, supportive environment to explore the tools, equipment and skills needed for a trades and technology career. GETT campers are taught a variety of trades and technology skills with the final project being a desk made of recycled pallets.
Fifth annual charrette celebrates Canada’s diversity in architectural designCommunications and Marketing - February 20, 2018
Fifth annual charrette celebrates Canada’s diversity in architectural design Learning opportunity puts students in a professional setting On February 1, 2018, students from the Architectural Technologies program headed to Robinson Residential Design Inc. in Regina to put their skills to the test. Divided into teams of four, students were assigned a province or territory and given the day to come up with a home design inspired by the region’s geography, history and culture – a design idea influenced by John Robinson’s Canada 150 Small Homes exhibit at the Regina Science Centre.
Technology Career Fair connects Sask Polytech students with employersCommunications and Marketing - November 2, 2016
November 2, 2016 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s fourth annual Technology Career Fair was held at the Moose Jaw campus today. Employers connected with more than 500 students in technology-based programs offered from the Schools of Construction; Information and Communications Technology; Mining, Energy and Manufacturing; and Natural Resources and Built Environment.
Business leader Ron Graham receives 2016 honorary diploma at Moose Jaw convocationCommunications and Marketing - May 25, 2016
Ron Graham spent more than 50 years in a leadership role at Graham Group, a renowned construction and engineering company that began as a family business in Moose Jaw. As president and CEO, and later as chairman of the board, his leadership helped the company grow into a leading, employee-owned group of companies with offices across North America.