At JEN COL, we know that building within a community does not in itself equate to community-building. That’s why everywhere we work, we engage in things that matter to local people, from training, employing and partnering with local professionals, charities, training organizations and businesses to fundraising and playing a leadership role in community events.

Here is a sampling of how we’ve recently engaged and connected in communities we serve. There’s a lot more: to see us in action, be sure to follow us on LinkedIn,  Facebook and Twitter, and watch the hashtag #JENCOLsupports

CapitalCare Foundation

CapitalCare provides care and services for nearly 1,400 elderly and disabled adults living in care homes as well as over 300 people living in the community. JEN COL is proud to support seniors living in care by sponsoring two of CapitalCare’s biggest fundraising events: Feast on the Field and the Annual Charity Golf Classic.


Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Program

Through the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Program, JEN COL employs and trains apprentices, helping them develop their skills on the job. We believe in helping others grow. The advancement through apprenticeship to a certified journeyperson with a rewarding career is our goal.


YWCA Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Since 2015, JEN COL has actively participated in the YWCA Edmonton’s Walk Mile In Her Shoes annual fundraising event, raising tens of thousands of dollars along the way. The Walk a Mile in Her Shoes even brings awareness to domestic violence and generates funds to support services for women, children and families experiencing domestic violence and trauma.




Young Builders Group (YBG)

JEN COL supports the objective to promote the growth and development of young construction professionals who are in the first half of their career. We are firm believers in the need to strengthen the construction industry through learning and mentoring opportunities, participating in industry events and by cultivating long-term industry relationships.



Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT)

JEN COL supports the Construction Engineering Technology (C.E.T.) program at the NAIT. We continually hire numerous graduates of the C.E.T. program, investing our time and financial resources into their on-the-job training and education. It is also our practice to employ summer interns within our offices and on jobsites to provide valuable, hands-on learning experience. In addition, our President & CEO, Cory Jodoin, provides guidance to NAIT in his role as Program Advisory Committee (PAC) Chair for the C.E.T. program.


Rotary Run For Life–Stony Plain, AB

The Rotary Clubs of Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and Parkland After Dark, in partnership with the Coordinated Suicide Prevention Program (a program of the Simon Poultney Foundation) organized the Rotary Run for Life to raise funds for suicide prevention in Parkland County, The Town of Stony Plain and the City of Spruce Grove.


Women Building Futures

Women Building Futures (WBF) is a non-profit organization that empowers women to become economically prosperous through industry recognized training in maintenance and construction related trades driving and operating industries.