From left: Barry Wolfe

Safety first

NANAIMO – Hub City Paving donates speed bumps to improve safety at Boys and Girls Club.

Hub City Paving, a division of Lafarge Canada, donated the materials and installation of three asphalt speed bumps at Nanaimo Boys and Girls Club.

Employees also participated in a shoreline cleanup at Departure Bay beach, Kinsmen Park and Beach Estates Park.

From left: Barry Wolfe, quality control supervisor, Brent Murcheson, paving foreman, Christina Belcourt, estimator, Caron Rainville, accounts payable, Jason Garneau, operations manager, Sharon Barton, operations analyst, Don Renwick, general manager, and Gerry Pollock, construction manager.

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