What was once a home for all of our electrical wire is now a space for tiny dreamers. Recycling our old cable spools with @weewildonesyyc!
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Drayton Thunderchief, our Indigenous Engagement Lead, has been with Stratus for almost four years. Growing up on a farm, he and his father busied themselves with handyman work that developed his skills and later fueled his dream of a career in construction and ultimately, his goal of becoming a journeyman electrician.
Born into a family with an intense enthusiasm for both hockey and the rodeo, it’s in sport where Drayton learned to use his determination in his path to success. It’s the drive and passion that explain his alignment with our core value, Accept the Challenge.
Preserving his traditional Blackfoot heritage, he is humbled by being able to share his cultures sacred ways of ceremonial teachings and language, “I’m honoured to preserve the teachings of my people and hope to inspire younger generations to do the same.”
The history of intergenerational trauma is a lesson Drayton feels eager to educate non-indigenous people about. It's necessary to understand the past and integrate Indigenous culture into the lives of every Canadian.
There are a lot of barriers that Indigenous people face and Drayton considers himself fortunate to be able to be a positive role model for youth in his community.
When he is not working, you can find him playing hockey, working on his golf swing and spending time with his family and helping with their many businesses.
Find out more about who we are and how we invest in our team here: www.stratusei.com/about-stratus/
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Drayton Thunderchief started with the Stratus Team 4 years ago and within a few months will be finishing his apprenticeship to become an electrical journeyman. His hard work and dedication to not only the trade but also to his team, community as well as growing himself as a person is an inspiration. He was my inspiration to take the Indigenous Canada course, learn more about Indigenous culture and get involved with Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. Drayton will be instrumental as we look to grow the trades and work with his home reserve (Kainai) as well as others. A young man with an infectious personality destined for great things and I am honored to have him on the Stratus Team!
Handsome role model.
No, this photo wasn’t taken on the set of the movie, Alien. Almost as interesting however, we’re sealing a duct bank using Hilti Firestop in this installation.
Firestops are designed to prevent the spread of flames, deadly gases, toxic smoke during upgrades and installation of electrical, communications, plumbing, and ventilation systems.
This creates a seal that also blocks out moisture, dust, and unwanted air movement to protect the integrity of cable placement. Sealing duct banks also protects long-term installations.
Ideally, duct seals should last as long as the rest of the duct system. Protecting these systems helps to maintain the integrity of their function, a small but mighty procedure. ...
It comes as no surprise that the Calgary Women in Energy Charity Golf Tournament, hosted by @Willow Park Golf & Country Club, was another success this year! The event raised $65,000 for Women's Centre of Calgary; an organization that provides a supportive space and services to encourage safe children in healthy families.
An enormous thanks to the excellent team and organizers behind the tournament and the generosity of the sponsors, donors, golf committee, and volunteers, who were committed to making this tournament its most successful year yet.
Out on the course, we had Dave Smith and Bronagh Doherty representing us! Many thanks to Samantha Johnston Leslie Mulley-Erdahl and Brittany Sackschewsky for all of their help out on the Big Rig BBQ.
We had the pleasure of serving up local bison sliders on the city's best buns, HUGE shoutout to Calgary Italian Bakery Ltd. for supplying us with freshly baked polynesian sweet buns. Calgary, be sure to keep ‘em in mind if you need some of the best baked goods in the city.
We're already looking forward to golf season next year! ...