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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

KEITH MCGRATH

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Winner of the J.D. Hole Humanitarian Award

The J.D. Hole Humanitarian Award recognizes outstanding efforts of Aecon employees who strive to make their communities a better place, while showing a strong commitment to Aecon’s business. The winner of this year’s J.D. Hole Humanitarian Award is Keith McGrath from Aecon Mining who has been recognized as an advocate for making the community of Fort McMurray a better place to work and live. Keith’s passion is evident through his involvement in many community services and organizations such as the MacDonald Island Park Society, the Regional Roads Committee, the Fort McMurray Housing Authority, Coats for Kids and Santas Anonymous, just to name a few. Through his role in business development, Keith demonstrates a relentless drive encouraging his fellow Aecon employees to give back to local worthy causes, all the while strengthening Aecon’s brand.

 

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Winner of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal

The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal marks the anniversary of her accession to the Throne and recognizes Canadians’ contribution to their country. The award focuses on the achievements and contributions of those people who, over years past, have helped create the Canada of today.

On behalf of the Canadian Construction Association, Keith received this medal by nomination for his past and continuing efforts to build a better community, province and country.

 

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Winner of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal

The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal marks the anniversary of her accession to the Throne and recognizes Canadians’ contribution to their country. The award focuses on the achievements and contributions of those people who, over years past, have helped create the Canada of today.

On behalf of the Canadian Construction Association, Keith received this medal by nomination for his past and continuing efforts to build a better community, province and country.

 

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