LNB Construction is committed to establishing and maintaining meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations through partnerships, joint ventures and working agreements. LNB values these relationships. We believe that collaboration with First Nations, and their communities, is crucial to establishing economic and environmental wellness in Canada. We have worked with First Nations communities on a variety of projects and actively seek out these opportunities to work together. LNB values its relationships and partnerships with First Nations communities and is dedicated to continuing collaboration within these communities. At LNB, we understand and respect the rights and heritage of First Nations people as it pertains to their land stewardship. As such, LNB continually endeavours to begin with and maintain, through each project, open and consistent communications with our First Nations partners. Our full-time, dedicated First Nation’s Partnership Manager works with partners to ensure we optimize the community development needs of our partnerships. LNB believes that successful business relationships should be fostered with respect, honesty, integrity and inclusion. We will always strive to ensure our interactions are trusted, ethical and beneficial to both parties. We will continue to learn, respect, support and cultivate First Nations cultures and traditional values.

Our First Nation Partner Group of Companies

Lower Nicola Site Services aboriginal commitment First Nation Partners Group of Companies LNSS logo trans
Sk’atsin Infracon Site Services aboriginal commitment First Nation Partners Group of Companies Whitecap Infracon combined logo concepx350t
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Infracon & Conyat friendship society 2015. Safety training with everyone in proper PPE aboriginal commitment First Nation Partners Group of Companies Infracon Conyat Friendship Society March 2015
LNB - Conayt Urban Aboriginal Youth Skills Development - Pilot Project January - March 2015 – Manlift Operational Training