When a new client comes to you on the recommendation of one of your clients and on top of that likes your work, it's a feel good moment. That's how IUPAT District Council 17 became our client.
John Sedor, DC17's Business Manager, liked the Building Trades of Alberta website. We built that site in 2014 and have maintained and updated it since then. We also built the IUPAT Local 177 website, which now needed to amalgamated into a new District Council website. Furthermore, John needed some emergency help after another developer stopped supporting their website. We set up a temporary site and soon began work on the new WordPress website for District Council 17.
John continued to be involved, and we collaborated directly with Chris Hooter, DC 17's Director of Training through the web design and web development process. Chris provided new content for the website and also managed the project on a day-to-day basis for DC 17.
The subject matter expertise and project management skills John and Chris brought to the project helped to keep costs down and speed up development.
The result is a great website built quickly and at a reasonable cost - exactly what web design clients look for.
John and Chris wanted to make sure the new DC 17 website provided
Check out the historical panorama photos and the top-level health & safety, skills, and supervisor training that IUPAT District Council 17 offers for free to its members. You can also find photos of the impressive training facilities available through District Council 17 and its member unions, Local 739 and Local 177.
The website uses the WordPress content management system. Chinook Multimedia provides DC17 with hosting and maintenance services on an ongoing basis.
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