Projects

  • Essential Workers Step-up to Help Combat Coronavirus

    Who would have ever thought that we would be on the front lines during a time like this? Like many, you probably picture men and women in uniform – such as firefighters, doctors, police officers - when you think about front line workers. But today, with the world in its...

  • In response to COVID-19

    Tuesday, March 24, 2020 To our valued customers & communities, As the situation around the COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to evolve, and the World Health Organization declaring the outbreak a pandemic, we’re reaching out to let you know that Phoenix Truck & Crane has been closely monitoring the situation, and to...

  • Happy International Women’s Day

    Sunday, March 20, 2020: As the world recognizes the 109th International Women’s Day, first observed in Europe in 1911, we reflect on the progress that has been made, and feel proud to work for a company that operates in what's considered a traditionally ‘male dominated’ industry'. At Phoenix, all employees...

  • Supporting “Lifting” Each Other Up Campaign Feel Just Right

    Happy Pink Shirt Day 2020 from all of us at Phoenix Truck & Crane!! Bullying is a major issue in our schools, some local workplaces, and mostly importantly online. So we wanted to help raise awareness and take a stand. This year, Pink Shirt Day campaign urges Canadians to ‘Lift...

  • Choosing the Best Lifting Equipment is a Skill Best Determined by a Professional

    Some jobs require specialized lifting equipment. Perhaps the load is heavy or oversized, requiring a spreader bar to prevent the overload of pressure towards the center of the piece. Or maybe the load can be lifted using strong lifting slings; wire rope, chain or synthetic slings can all be used...

  • Sometimes an object can ‘take you back’ to where it all began!

    The owner of Phoenix Truck & Crane, Bill Dick, recently shared with us the license plate (#055-054) from his first truck back in 1991.. what a memory to start off this new decade with! In those early days of Phoenix, truck drivers and crane operators needed a motor carrier license...

  • The “Highs” of the Vancouver’s Newest Landmark!

    It’s hard to believe that it’s been four years since Vancouver city council approved the project to install a 1.2 million dollar chandelier under the Granville Street Bridge – but now having witnessed the end result, we know it was worth the wait! Commissioned by developer Westbank Corporation, this impressive...

  • Now Hiring – Safety Officer

    Scope The Safety Officer is responsible for working with management, employees, and owner operators to ensure a safe and healthy working environment. The Safety Officer will ensure that the company safety program is compliant with all applicable provincial laws and best practices and implemented in an organized and efficient manner....

  • Witch-ing you all a safe-truck-cular Halloween!

    Thursday is going to be a busy night for a lot of us, so we thought we’d share a few safety tips for those on the road! For those behind the wheel: Expect the unexpected. The chance of a collision increases when there are lots of kids on the streets....

  • “Driving” under the sea

    A couple of weeks ago, we were lucky to have the opportunity to explore the elegant depths of life under the sea, by attending the 7th Annual ACCESS YOUTH Gala! As you probably already know, Phoenix Truck & Crane has been supporting ACCESS Youth Outreach Services Society for a very...