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Salit Reflections of Summer 2018

Recently at Salit Steel HQ we asked for our Team to send in some shots from their 2018 summer fun! The results were fantastic and we’re happy to say that the Salit family had many happy moments of summer fun to share with us! Thank you to everyone who shared their photos and stories, the results were REALLY great and here is one of our favourites sent in from Gary at our Bowmanville location.

 


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Niagara College Students Learn at StelCrete

Earlier in the spring the team at Stelcrete opened their doors to welcome some students from Niagara College. These students are graduating students of the Construction Engineering Technology program, just like our own Mark Young, StelCrete Engineering Co-ordinator. The students made the trip to StelCrete in Welland, Ontario to get a look at the production side of the rebar/steel industry and to learn about the many aspects of this business so the students are aware of what opportunities could be available to them upon graduation.


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Keeyask Project Update from the Front Lines

The Keeyask Project is a hydroelectric generating station that is being developed in a partnership between Manitoba Hydro and Manitoba First Nations. Salit Steel was awarded the contract to be the primary supplier and installation of rebar for the Keeyask Generating Station in Northern Manitoba. Once completed, The Keeyask Generating Station will be a source of renewable energy providing approximately 695 megawatts of capacity and producing an average of 4,400 gigawatt hours of electricity each year.


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New Year New Look for SSR

In 2017, Salit Specialty Rebar, known as SSR, consolidated from two plants into one. We closed our Niagara Falls facility and moved all staff and operations to our Buffalo facility in order to increase productivity by reducing material handling time and promoting easier communication.

Before the big move SSR renovated the Buffalo office, and transformed approx. 6,000 square feet of previously unusable space into SSR’s headquarters. If you take a look at the pictures you’ll see that they even used some stainless rebar in the interior design! This is the first time that all staff have worked from the same office.


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