Thanks to our customers, trades and incredible team we have expanded our business across Southern Alberta and into the Canadian Rockies, with current construction in the Crowsnest Pass and Sparwood, BC.
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The Bellevue Underground Mine Tour gives an ‘in depth’ experience of historic coal mining here in the Pass.
P.S It's always sunny in beautiful Bellevue
Hillcrest is the Crowsnest pass hidden gem, it's a hotspot for backcountry adventures. In June 19, 1914 an underground pocket of methane gas ignited, which set off a larger coal-dust explosion resulting in the worst mining accident in Canadian history. A monument to the Hillcrest mine disaster and the lives lost has been placed at the Hillcrest Cemetery.
Frank - Home to Canada’s deadliest rockslide.
In 1903, the tip of Turtle Mountain broke loose and decimated part of the Village of Frank. The town's population not only recovered but grew into the historic site it is today.
Blairmore is the oldest permanent settlement in the Pass. Blairmore’s main street retains much of the architecture of the 1920s, and many buildings are identified with Plaques on the Heritage Driving Route map. It is also Home of Pass PowderKeg Ski hill.
Coleman’s mine site, commercial area, and streets lined with miner’s cottages has been designated a National Historic Site by Parks Canada. While strolling down its historic streets, visitors can read the many interpretive signs and building plaques, see the ruins of its coal plant and coke ovens.