Kodiak Mountain Stone has been a proud distribution partner with Creative Mines Crafted Masonry Veneer.
Creative Mines is a company with a passion for fresh ideas and superior masonry veneer products. They have combined a perfect blend of experience, knowledge, youth and energy to everything they do.
With a constantly evolving variety of products, Creative Mines provides a motherlode of solutions for today’s interior and exterior cladding needs.
Today we are excited to announce a new profile from their ever constant evolving line of crafted masonry veneer products. A product that all our customers from home owners, masons, architects, designers to builders have been asking for. Today we are introducing the Creative Mines Craft Chop Ledge stack stone!
Creative Mines has once again developed a beautiful crafted masonry veneer product that we feel confident will rapidly gain attention in all of our markets.
Craft Chop Ledge (Color: Flint)
Craft Chop Ledge (Color: Sea Pearl)
Craft Chop Ledge (Color: Hop Scotch)
Watch for samples of the Craft Chop Ledge in our Calgary and Lethbridge, Alberta stores very soon!
Kodiak Mountain Stone is proud to be a supporter of Cardston Cougar High School Athletics again for the 2014-2015 season.
This past weekend both the boys and girls basketball teams made us proud at the 4A Alberta Provincial Championship tournament at Jasper Place High School in Edmonton.
Both teams had a great year. The girls team lost a close second game that put them out of the running for the provincial championship but finished their year with a come from behind win. The boys team also had a great tournament, winning their first three games advancing them to the final championship game where they were defeated by Edmonton’s Harry Ainlay.
Congratulations to all the players and coaches, you had a year to be proud of!
It was a great tournament with strong teams from around the province. Visit the links below to see the results of both the boys and girls tournaments.
Boys Final Results
Girls Final Results
As proud supporters of the Lethbridge College Kodiak Athletic program we want to give a big congratulations to both the men’s and women’s basketball teams.
Both teams were the 2014-2015 ACAC (Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference) champions.
With these championships both teams advanced to the CCAA (Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association) championships. Both teams played very well competing for the national championship. The men’s team proudly brought home the bronze medal while the women’s team brought home the silver.
Ali Cameron from the women’s team was also named the CCAA Women’s Player of the Year! Congratulations!
Kodiak Mountain Stone wants to congratulate all of the players and coaches for a great season!
Customer Service Representative (full-time — immediate opening) at Calgary Store
Kodiak Mountain Stone
is a manufacturer and distributor of architectural stone headquartered in Cardston AB with stores in Calgary and Lethbridge and a manufacturing facility in Springvilie UT. We also distribute natural stone, brick, acrylic stucco and other masonry related products from our two stores. We are looking to fill this position in our Calgary
Store. Pay is competitive dependent upon experience.
- Excellent Customer Service
- Showroom Sales
- Work with dealers in our network
- Phone/Online inquiries and sales
- Order Processing
- Data Entry
- High School diploma
- Strong communication skills
- Strong computer skills
- Previous sales experience preferred
- Previous experience in the construction / home building industry an asset
- Accounting experience beneficial but not required
- Reliable transportation to and from work
Store Location: 5432 56 Ave SE, Calgary AB
Interested candidates should send resumes or questions to Wes by email at email@example.com, fax at 877-231-0548
We hope that you will join us in Lethbridge AB for the 2015 Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Lethbridge Region Home and Garden Show.
The show times are:
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 — 1:00 to 9:00
Thursday, March 12, 2015 — 1:00 to 9:00
Friday, March 13, 2015 — 1:00 to 9:00
Saturday, March 14, 2015 — 10:00 to 6:00
The show location is at the Exhibition Park, 3401 Parkside Drive South
Positive news from Canadian Home Builders Association – Alberta CEO, Jim Rivait
*article from March 4, 2015 CHBA-Alberta Message from the CEO
|News Alert: Sky is Not Falling on Alberta Housing Market
Alberta’s economy is always full of surprises and few people understand that volatility better than CHBA – Alberta members. As the chart of last decade’s housing starts shows, our industry has its ups and downs but always adjusts to fluctuating demand.
Your provincial association cannot control economic fundamentals but we are in a position to counter the alarmist tone of news coverage that undermines consumer confidence. Reports by Economic Analyst Richard Goatcher are regularly quoted in news stories and discussed in columns along with forecasts by the big banks. His analysis helps get the word out that the sky is not falling. His recent presentations to HBAs and regular market reports on our website provide members with timely economic data to help you make informed decisions.
CHBA – Alberta can see a silver lining in the clouds of economic uncertainty – a fresh opportunity to highlight the $17.9 billion economic impact from residential construction and the 125,000 jobs that investment creates. Watch this spring for updated impact numbers that will help members show that home building and renovation are key contributors to the economy of every Alberta city. That’s a timely message that tends to be drowned out when the energy sector is booming and the media is focused on labour shortages at Tim Horton’s.
Jim Rivait, CEO, CHBA – Alberta