At Robertson Walls & Ceilings, we encourage our team members to get involved in our apprenticeship program(s) to further aid in their skill set and to grow and thrive in this industry. Desiree Helder is a perfect example of a team member who worked in the field and completed the apprenticeship program which enhanced her […]
WHAT WE DO
lineal feet of steel stud products
ordered per year.
gauge framing for exterior
walls, facades and storefronts.
Taping & Plastering
and ceiling installation company
in Metro Vancouver.
Panels & Installation
& cutting edge interior designers worldwide
we have gained vast experience in this
facet the interior systems of projects.
Panels & Installation
Transit and Infrastructure facilities
to custom ceilings for Amazon
What we’re experiencing now in BC is getting over-heated. We’re seeing the stress in finding the right people. Robertson took it upon themselves to try to modularize and prefab a lot of these assemblies to try to take away that challenge of the labour pool in the field and put it in their shop. There are a lot of benefits to Ellis Don and to the end user or client: we get a better quality product and they’ve helped manage that risk on-site.
Through my 27 years of safety consulting, working along side RWC’s ownership, was a pleasure. One of the many things that stood out was their commitment to safety. It is truly extraordinary. The time, resources and energy they give to their safety program and to their workers makes me proud to have worked with them to reach COR certification.
It seems today that there is always a desire to come up with something new and something different. Having a trade like Robertson Walls and Ceiling, they are in tune with that. They bring a lot of experience and knowledge to the table, and they’re of a size that we know we can rely on when manpower is required to step up.
Every project is unique, but the reality is it’s about people, and how people get along and collaborate and facilitate the work that needs to be done.
A good partnership starts with a simple process:
Do they have a good culture and good work ethic?
Do they have a good understanding of health & safety?
They provide us with a quality service that we need.
LATEST RWC BLOG UPDATES
Rod Robertson has worked his way to Operations Director where he overlooks all the projects on the field. This includes managing and coaching the Project Managers and foremen and making sure that each project is run smoothly.
Congratulations to Colin Robertson, our November GEM Award recipient, for going above and beyond his duties. Colin joined the RWC team back in 2013 and he has continually excelled in his role as an Accounting Assistant. He always puts in the extra mile to fulfill his responsibilities and he continuously helps out when needed. Keep […]