Contact Us

Platinum Stone Contracting Ltd

Scott Schols

President
scott@platinumstone.ca

Paula Moore

Project Manager
paula@platinumstone.ca
Cell: 604 864 1260

Contact Our Office

Tel: 604 826 5919
Fax: 604 826 5966
info@platinumstone.ca

Location

8669 Gaglardi Street
Mission BC V4S 1B2

Mailing Address

32078 Van Velzen Avenue
Mission BC V2V 2G7
Canada

 

 

JOIN THE PLATINUM STONE TEAM!

We are always seeking qualified, high caliber individuals throughout British Columbia for the following positions:

  • Labourers
  • Excavator Operators
  • Superintendents
  • Welders (CWB 47.1 Certified)

Complete the Employment Application Form and submit along with your résumé.  We strictly adhere to an Alcohol and Drug Free Workplace in addition to WorkSafe BC Safety Rules and Regulations. As such, we have a zero tolerance policy for workplace infractions due to the nature of our work environment. Pay structure is based on experience and capability.

D.N., R.P. Bio., Lead Environmental Monitor, ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd.

“Recently, ISL’s Environmental Services Group has been working with the Platinum Stone Contracting (PSC) team on several resource road re-builds and stream crossing replacements for the Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations in the Chilliwack and Merritt Forest Districts. These projects required instream works within sensitive fish habitat. Due-diligence Environmental Management Plans (EMPs) prepared by ISL along with recommendations of our Environmental Monitors were adopted into PCS’s work plan and schedule. From the corporate level, through project management, to construction labourers, PSC demonstrated an impressive commitment to getting the project done on-time and on-budget without sacrificing environmental requirements. PCS’s communication with our environmental team’s was first rate. The result has been high-quality stream crossing and road rebuilds, that have fully mitigated environmental impact during construction and have resulted in substantial improvements in fish access and fish habitat. In light of recent changes in the federal Fisheries Act; where risk is being transferred to project Owner’s and project Proponents, PCS commitment to addressing environmental issues concurrent with construction will be a critical factor in future project success. Highly recommended.”