A warm welcome to Mid-Island Communities!

With the award of BC Provincial highway maintenance contracts for Service Area 2 (Mid-Vancouver Island) and Area 3 (North Vancouver Island), we are delighted to be returning to our Vancouver Island roots,” noted Peter Ashcroft, President and CEO for the Mainroad Group of Companies.

Mainroad’s Operation Teams have mobilized crews, equipment and yards while community outreach with stakeholders and First Nations is underway.  “We really appreciate the support we are receiving from the public and look forward to successfully serving the communities in which the Mainroad Team lives and works,” stated Rick Gill, General Manager for Mainroad Mid and North Island Contracting.

The headquarters and primary works yard for Mainroad Mid-Island Contracting are located in Parksville with supporting work yards in Duke Point, Port Alberni, Ucluelet, and the Gulf Islands of Gabriola and Lasqueti.

To report changing road conditions or emergency situations that could cause a hazard to motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists, Mainroad maintains a toll free 24-hour hotline: 1-877-215-6006
 
All feedback is logged, and observations are passed onto Operations.  While we encourage the public to report concerns to our 24-hour hotline, we welcome feedback through our other communication channels and invite everyone to follow Mainroad on social media where we will share road and weather advisories and road safety information.

Email: midisland [at] mainroad [dot] ca
Social Media: Twitter @mainroadMisland | Facebook: Mainroad Mid Island Contracting

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Mainroad Mid Island Contracting

Provides road maintenance services for Lasqueti Island

To report changing road conditions or emergency situations that could cause a hazard to motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists, call:

Toll free 24-hour hotline: 1-877-215-6006.

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