Seyem’ Qwantlen Business Group
As a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Kwantlen First Nation, the Seyem’ Qwantlen Business Group is comprised of several companies. Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction Ltd. has been established to seek construction-related contracting opportunities for the overall benefit of the Kwantlen community.
Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction
Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction is an aboriginal company wholly owned by the Kwantlen First Nation.
- Private and public sectors
- BC Hydro
- Fraser Transportation Group
- Ministry of Transportation
- Department of Fisheries and Oceans
- Local communities
- Provide meaningful employment and training opportunities
- Support economic development in First Nations communities
- Ensure a safe workplace environment
- Provide high quality and the best value to our customers
- Ensure that environmental standards and archaeological interests are upheld
Safety & Sustainability
Taking care of the environment at every project site – we believe that’s just the right thing to do. We work hard to maintain the highest environmental compliance standards every day.
Nothing is more important than a safe work environment. Our comprehensive awareness of work site safety and vigilance, are all part of a culture of safety first. We continually measure our success and are proud of the results.
Sustainability starts with understanding environmental, economic and social impacts. Besides providing environmental management on all our projects, Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction strongly supports the concept of responsible resource management.
Seyem’ Qwantlen Core Values
Our commitment to quality workmanship is evident in everything we do.
We hold safety in the highest regard. Our goal is zero accidents.
Our primary focus is on our customers and their needs.
We work hard to always find better, more effective ways to serve our customers.
Contributions from both our staff and leadership are highly valued.
Civil Construction Project Management
We are equipped to manage civil construction projects.
Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction Ltd. focuses on strong partnerships to deliver civil works projects. Our approach is to find the best possible partner, on a project-by-project basis, that can deliver high quality and safe work while offering a competitive price. The financial policies we’ve developed guide us through a competitive tendering process to ensure our customers have the best possible outcome: first, we leverage capacity within our own organization with a focus on aboriginal content; we then seek out the most qualified partner to help us complete the job.
Utility Arborist Line Transition Work
We partner with companies to facilitate expanded utility lines.
When it comes to expanding utility lines, often there is a need for line clearing as well.
Our partnerships and joint ventures include:
- Tree pruning and removals
- Right-of-way clearing
- Vegetation management
- Logistical support
We protect and conserve habitats in support of Canada’s coastal and inland fisheries resources.
With ever-growing infrastructure demands in the Lower Mainland, there is an increasing need for Fish and Wildlife Compensation Work. Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction has successfully completed compensation projects for BC Hydro and the Ministry of Transportation.
We can assist with:
- Diverting fish bearing waterways
- Creating new wetlands and ponds
- Planting trees and shrubs
- Erosion control measures along a river bank
- Fish salvage
- Wildlife monitoring
Our forestry projects done safely and on time.
Seyem’ Qwantlen Resources operates a licensed woodlot and has developed capacity in all aspects of forestry management, planning, harvesting, marketing and sales and sustainability practices.
We have 20 years of archaeological consulting services.
Seyem’ Qwantlen provides archaeological consulting services in collaboration with professional archaeologists. Our archaeology monitors are available to assist homeowners, cities, municipalities, and industry partners with any activity related to land development within our traditional territory and beyond. Other services offered include: archaeological overview assessments (AOAs); archaeological impact assessments (AIAs); and mitigative excavation.
P: 604.888.5556 | F: (604) 888-5544
23684 Gabriel Lane, PO Box 1023,
Fort Langley, BC V1M 2S4