Our Values Go Beyond Great Service
Here at Beyond, we are privileged and proud to give back to the communities that give so much to us all. Giving back is part of our DNA – it’s an integral part of who we are and our values – and there is no end to the creative and impactful ways our people have shown up for their communities.
- that if we have the opportunity and the means, we are responsible to give back to help build a better future for our community and beyond
- in partnering and building relationships to bring a brighter world to life for those who need it
- in extending our sense of leadership to the communities in which we live and work
- in empowering and educating our employees on the importance of giving back to the community
We value people who share our work ethic and beliefs—we like to hire them too.
Home For Heroes
Beyond Group teams up with Atco and Huntsman to help build homes for veterans who need a hand getting back on a better path in life. Their mission is to integrate all our homeless military veterans into the community through the provision of housing and support services across Canada. Together, we can end homelessness among Canada’s veterans.
Spray Foam Industry Comes Together to Make a Job Right
A bad apple doesn’t need to spoil the bunch. This job when horribly wrong and the industry stood up and said they would fix it for the client at no cost. Industry professionals partnered up to share the workload to do the right thing and make it right. It turned out great but only because of the hard working people who showed up to help.
Concrete Lifting Project for Ronald McDonald House Calgary
The Ronald McDonald House in Calgary is a great organization and were so proud to support them by lifting the concrete on their walkways to create a safe space for their employees, patrons and volunteers. The product we use is a polyurethane foam that we inject under the concrete through small strategically placed holes. We spray the foam to lift the sinking sections of the walkways, putting them back the way they were intended to be— safe walking areas.
Author: Kevin Boschee