Structural Truss Systems prides itself in making a positive difference in the community. Our company has a long tradition of giving back to the communities where we operate and we are pleased to share with you some of these initiatives!
To help combat addiction in our communities, we’ve team up with Teen Challenge Alberta Men’s Centre! We’ve donated the roof trusses for their expansion of the Teen Challenge Ranch from a 12-bed facility to 24! At a Teen Challenge Centre, people’s lives are transformed through a proven 12-month residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program.
As of today, our trusses have arrived on site and the building is on schedule to be open in January 2020!
We hope that this initiative brings hope, support and permanent change to the many families would struggle with addiction in their lives.
With steel from Forma Steel Ltd. and labour from Westco Construction, we have put together a picnic shelter for the community of Fort Macleod!
We love being able to participate in making our community a great place to live.
In conjunction with Forma Steel Ltd. we have donated $20,000 to the Fort Museum operations.
Historic to Fort Macleod, Alberta the Fort Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the NWMP and First Nations People from the area. The museum was built and first opened in 1957. In 1973 the Fort started its world famous NWMP Musical Ride, and has proudly kept the tradition to this day.
In conjunction with Forma Steel Ltd. we have donated $50,000 to the W.A. Day Gymnasium Project.
Structural Truss Systems Ltd., Forma Steel Ltd. and the community of Fort Macleod were invited to the grand opening of the gym. W.A. Day’s music students prepared performances for us, as well as a traditional Native American dance. It was great seeing everyone come together to celebrate this long awaited project. We love being involved in the community, and are so grateful that we were given the opportunity to help create an excellent learning environment for some really deserving kids.