Projects

  • When Hard Work Pays Off

    There are many ways for us to acknowledge National Safety Month, but this year, we started the month off on a very positive note when we received the results of our recertification audit for COR™. To maintain our COR Certification, we must conduct yearly internal audits, but once every four...

  • Relocating with you furry friend?

    Phoenix loves it’s ‘furry friends’.. and we especially have a soft spot for dogs. Maybe it’s the joy our Great Dane Mastiff mix Jackson, used to bring to our team when he made our former Administration Manager’s office his own. Or perhaps the regular visits from tiny Potato - a...

  • Giving Unemployment a “boot”!

    Every year, Phoenix Truck & Crane reviews its Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy in order to keep a fresh perspective and engaged with the right partners. The rise in operating costs and new taxes introduced by the government in 2019 has forced us to be a little more conservative this year. When we encountered...

  • Phoenix Celebrates Youth Week

    On the first day of BC Youth Week, we would like to acknowledge all the young professionals working with us and express how lucky we are to have them in our Phoenix family. Thank you for the collaboration, your willingness to learn and bringing new ideas to improve and modernize...

  • A week full of “helper’s High”

    Last week has been a “charitable” week for Phoenix Truck & Crane and specifically our driver number 282 and his 24 foot 5 ton van! Offering our freight services as ‘work in kind’ is something that we can do for organizations such as Share Food Bank, Dogway Dog Rescue Society...

  • “Sweeping” the Streets of the Lower Mainland

    At sea, a storm warning is issued by the National Weather Service when winds between 89 km/h and 117 km/h are about to occur or are predicted. On Canadian land, Environment Canada issues the high wind warnings when severe weather threatens and at Phoenix Truck & Crane, we all take responsibility for alerting each other about the weather...

  • HIRING – A Junior Crane Dispatcher

    Scope The Junior Crane Dispatcher is responsible for supporting the two Senior Crane Dispatchers, performing a wide range of duties. This position will be mentored by a variety of people, very experienced in the industry; learning the fleet of cranes, tractors, and equipment, with the goal of stepping into dispatch...

  • Build Strong For Your Community To Keep Thriving

    Think big and act decisively to care for our lands and waters is what the Tseil Waututh Nation live by! The Tsleil-Waututh Nation formerly known as the Burrard Indian Band or Burrard Band, is a First Nations band government in the Canadian province of BC who speaks the Downriver dialect...

  • Now Hiring – A Full Time Warehouse/Yard Assistant

    Scope In the role of Warehouse/Yard assistant, you will be responsible to clean, organize and maintain our warehouse and yard. You will be responsible for loading and unloading cranes using a forklift and helping to maintain the indoor and out outdoor storage facilities. The job duties vary daily and require...

  • Changing Our Minds Leads to Opening Our Hearts

    Mental health is an issue that impacts every workplace in Canada and we feel it is our duty to maintain and therefore contribute positively on our people’s well-being. After all, a healthy mind is essential to an individual's happiness, interpersonal relationships, and ability to perform effectively in the workplace and beyond. But above...