NANAIMO – As a contracting company, talking about yourself can get a little tiresome. With a slew of successful recent projects under their belt and a jam-packed schedule in 2023, Sheldon Saywell, President and CEO of Saywell Contracting Ltd., believes the work his company does can speak for itself.
“Our recent project with Saywell Contracting allowed us to open a new, custom-built location in April 2023,” said Kiyomi Schulz, owner of Kiyo Salon and Day Spa in Nanaimo, BC. “Working with them was a great experience – their clear communication, transparency, and personal connection made all the difference.”
Founded in 2002, Kiyo Salon and Day Spa offers a complete range of beauty services in a luxurious and relaxing environment. They provide a personalized, down-to-earth experience for all their clients and are committed to helping customers look and feel their best.
“Saywell Contracting understands the importance of collaboration and delivers exceptional results,” said Schulz. “I’m thrilled with our new space, I would not hesitate to work with them again and I would recommend them to others.”
This same sentiment was echoed in Saywell’s recently completed restaurant project Horang Restaurant and Market. The Korean inspired fusion restaurant consists of a 40-seat dining area and a small distinct market space inclusive of a separate retail and takeout entrance, allowing the owner to expand their services and improve business.
The retail space, Horang Market, includes merchandise, delightfully unique cuisine, sushi to-go, and an array of exclusive in-house made artisanal condiments.
Another recent client of Saywell, Read Jones Christoffersen (RJC) Engineers needed a new space to reflect their growing dynamic and innovative team. RJC provides a range of engineering services to clients across Vancouver Island, in various sectors, including commercial, residential, and institutional. Their expertise in structural engineering, building science, building energy modelling and restoration has earned them a reputation as a trusted and respected industry partner.
The move to a new space is part of RJC’s ongoing expansion plans and commitment to providing Nanaimo and the surrounding region with exceptional engineering services.
“Our new workspace will benefit both RJC and Nanaimo, allowing us to be better connected to our clients and industry partners,” said RJC regional manager, Caleb Goertz. “The location provides a place to work collaboratively with colleagues and project partners. We are now better positioned to accommodate RJC’s continued growth in Nanaimo and the surrounding cities up Island.”
Saywell Contracting is open to any challenge and invites those looking to create or refresh an inspiring space to give them a call and be their next success story.
By Tyler Nyquvest