T&M Facility Services in Vancouver is named Contractor of the Year in 2010 and 2011.
In 2010, T&M Facility Services in Calgary wins its first A.C.E. Award.
In 2011, T&M adds Trotter & Morton PCI to expand its electrical services.
In the same year, T&M acquires Bow River Paving.
In 2012, T&M Facility Services earns its seventh Contractor of the Year Award.
T&M wins the VRCA Silver Award of Excellence for the VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitor Centre project.
In 2013, Mike Watson is named President of Trotter & Morton.
T&M Facility Services in Calgary wins its second A.C.E. Award for excellence in business operations.
T&M in Vancouver wins its second VRCA Silver Award of Excellence for the Transportation Management Centre project.
From 2007 to 2013, T&M is Electrical Contract Manager on Calgary's South Health Campus, a new hospital built to meet the health needs Calgary’s growing population.
T&M is hired to work on the new International Terminal, Connections Corridor, and Runway Development projects at the Calgary International Airport.
In 2014, T&M Facility Services purchases Temp•Control Mechanical Service (TCMS) in the Pacific Northwest, adding six new offices to its LINC franchise.
In 2016, the T&M Electrical Division in Vancouver wins the VRCA Silver Award of Excellence for the UBC District Energy Centre project.
The T&M Mechanical Division wins the VRCA Silver Award of Excellence for the UBC Alumni Centre project and wins its first VRCA Gold Award of Excellence for the UBC District Energy Centre project.
Mike Watson retires as President of T&M after 35 years, leaving behind family legacy of service and leadership dating back to Curly Watson's apprenticeship in 1930.
Jim Bird is named the new President to lead the company into its tenth decade of operations.
In 2017, T&M is honoured for the first time with the prestigious Canada's Best Managed Companies designation.
On August 9, T&M celebrates its 90th corporate anniversary.
The T&M Mechanical Division in Vancouver wins the VRCA Silver Award of Excellence for the Iona Island WWTP Solids Handling upgrade project.
T&M announces its second year as one of Canada's Best Managed Companies.