HRFN Infra Projects

Halfway River First Nation (HRFN) is considering many construction projects, and several have already begun. Last year, during the 2023 construction season, 8 Tiny Homes were installed on prepared lots throughout the Community, an Arbor and a Kitchen/Bath Building were started, and all roads were paved.
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1 Bed Tiny Home
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2 Bed Tiny Home
Kitchen & Bath Building

This year, we plan to see the Skating Rink Roof completed, and the new Health Unit started. Other projects we are working on include a Fire Hall, a new Operations and Maintenance Shop and a Campground. HRFN is remotely located approximately 1.5 hours from Fort St. John. The proposed infrastructure will provide access to important resources within the Community.

Shauna Watson provides contract Professional Civil Engineering Services to HRFN and is the Director of Engineering for the Halfway River First Nation Infrastructure Department. Construction projects within the HRFN Community are overseen and approved by Shauna Watson, from inception to occupancy, ensuring all work is completed using good design, engineering, and construction practices. Shauna Watson has 26 years of experience within the Building Industry in B.C. and Alberta. She is deeply committed to positive and respectful relationships between HRFN, government parties, and contractors concerning all HRFN projects.

Director Of Engineering : Shauna Watson

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