1960s

Calgary Place Towers, the home of Mobile Oil’s Western Canadian head office, is completed.

Revolutionary "Sovent System" plumbing (a single-stack, no-vent system developed in Sweden) is installed in the Four Seasons Hotel.

T&M works on the iconic Calgary Tower. The project’s continuous, 24/7 concrete pouring method is innovative for the time.

T&M works on Atco water treatment at Niger.

A 100-foot, 18-inch water suction line pipe is installed under frozen ice for the Canadian Pacific Waterhouse Pump House.

T&M works with Atco to assemble a research camp for the U.S. military that is then taken apart and shipped to the Antarctic to be reassembled.

Five two-storey geodesic domes are built for use by the U.S. military in the Antarctic.

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