Caribou Mountain Homes
This business was acquired in 2019 for the primary purpose to build homes for the LRRCN offsite and then transport them to serviced lots in the community. At this point in time the company has built 12 homes. In addition, Osbourne and his team have been constructing 2 daycares, a nutrition center, a couple of shops and renovating the old health center.
To date the construction of homes for the LRRCN have relied on the standard stick-frame construction method. Early in the new year the use of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) will be the new method of construction with the panels being purchased from a plant in Ontario. These SIPs will provide a greatly reduced construction time for homes while also providing significantly lower energy costs to the future homeowner.