In the last 10 years, Innlink Concrete Ltd. has had extensive contracts with First Nation communities in the James Bay Area. These past projects involved work ranging from road construction, hauling gravel, concrete foundations and road maintenance.
They are outlined as follows
- 2011 Winter Road Construction between Moosonee and Fort Albany
- 2011 OPG/Kiewit Batch Plant Operations
- 2011 Gravel Haul
- 2011 North Amercian Construction working at Detour Lake Mine
- 2010 – 2005 James Bay Winter Roads, Gravel Haul for Town of Moosonee, Logging roads for Taykwa Tagamou. Transportation for Hospital WHA. Hydro One, Moosonee Substation, Valard Construction, transmission line, James Bay Lowlands Secondary School, Transportation, Moose Cree First Nation, gravel haul, Morsky Industrial Services, river bank stabilization. Kimesskanamenow Corporation, Winter Road and First Response.Lower Mattagami Project – OPG/Moose Cree.
- 2004 Sub-contractor for Belanger Construction, storm sewers in Moosonee
- 2004 Opening and road maintenance of the winter road from Halfway creek to Moosonee
- 2003 Sub-contracting work for the Moose Band Development Corporation for the Town of Moosonee on road reconstruction.
- 2003 Working together with several local companies on the winter road from Moosonee to halfway creek.
- 2002 Logging road construction for Taykwa Tagamou First Nation in Cochrane area.
- 2002 Worked on the gravel haul for Town. winter road for Powertel and Gateway.
- 2001 Fort Albany First Nation, > 1000 cubic metres concrete provided for 22 residential units.
- 2000 Gravel Haul and concrete work for the First Nation school in Fort Albany, general was Pennco. >1300 cubic metres concrete provided.
- 1999 Housing Project for the First Nation in Kashechewan, general was AKA Holdings Ltd. >1000 cubic metres concrete provided for 40 residential units.
- 1999 Sub-contractor for Lebrun Construction of Thunder Bay, ON for the new water plant in Moosonee > 1000 cubic metres concrete provided.
- 1998 Road construction for Association of Community Living in Moosonee.