MDG’s vision is to create a full circle impact for First Nations people and their communities. We commit to working directly with First Nations communities to maximize beneﬁts from construction projects. This allows for our projects to create lasting and real differences in the quality of life for First Nations.
We believe that success is achieved through everyone working towards a First Nations identiﬁed vision. This vision is realized on all levels of our projects; from our project team to our clients’ consultants, subcontractors and the community. MDG’s construction experience with First Nations spans from the Tobacco Plains Band in Southern BC., to the Piikani Nation in Southern Alberta and the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nations in Northern Alberta, and is a testament to our success throughout First Nations communities.
MDG’s culture of inclusion drives our collaborative, cooperative and community centered plan. We make the commitments necessary to ensure the community’s full interests are identiﬁed and incorporated into projects. We look to take on projects that create jobs, train the local community and generate wealth while incorporating First Nations values of stewardship and sustainability. MDG realizes that capacity-building and procurement of local companies is critical to economy building, which is why we engage local subcontractors and suppliers at all possible opportunities.
Beyond this, MDG identiﬁes that greater impacts can be made through open dialogue and transparent reporting. Our dedicated model builds and maintains open channels of communication at all times to ensure maximum levels of First Nations impact can occur.
At MDG, we are dedicated to leaving a lasting, meaningful impact with every project we complete. We make it our priority to invest the time and effort required to build trust within these communities.