What does a respectful relationship look like? Seeing each other. Lil’wat Nation and Murphy Construction Co’s partnership is a good example. Plus, the video might make you cry.

On Monday 4 February, Natalie Langmann represented her employer, local construction company Murphy Construction, before the panel judging the Small Business BC awards, making a case for why  Murphy Construction Corp., currently among the top 5 candidates, should win the award for best employer in the province.

I hope they win, because I would like to see their work and approach inspire other business across the province.

Said Natalie, “I had the privilege of speaking about our relationship with the Lil’wat Nation, and all the awesome things that our employees have achieved as we build meaningful projects throughout the Sea to Sky.”

She had the wild idea of putting together a video to show the judges – a way to let the people at the heart of this partnership – speak for themselves.

She tapped local talent (the amazing Valerie St-Arnaud from Calling Mountains Productions and Ryan Regehr who shot the drone footage of the team building the Gondola Barn on Whistler Blackcomb.)

The ten-minute video was created to showcase Murphy Construction’s pride in their  partnership with the Lil’wat Nation. It is also a way to say thank you to the team.

Check it out.

 All photos: Valerie St-Arnaud

 

 

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