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Det'on Cho Construction Services is focused on adding value for our Clients.
Whether it's a drill / blast operation or getting your heavy equipment up and running, Det'on Cho Construction Services will deliver a quality result.
Det'on Cho Corporation has teamed with DT Electric Ltd. They have over 100 years of experience in the construction and service industry. We have had tremendous growth in the last year and we’re looking forward to more. From service work to project work, we consider all our clients references. Experience. Service. Reliability. That’s what you get at DT Electric. Professionals committed to getting the job done, no matter what.
Det'on Cho Environmental pairs the traditional knowledge of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation with scientific approaches and technical tools to provide a service that is second to none. We know the people and the challenges in the north and will help you accomplish your project goals and manage your project risks when you work in and around Chief Drygeese Territory. We do this by partnering with top environmental firms such as Hemmera - a team of highly respected, multi-disciplinary professionals with recognized expertise in environmental sciences, human environment, and engineering. We are owned 100% by the Det'on Cho Corporation, the business arm of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation.
Det'on Cho Corporation has partnered with Landtran Systems Inc. As Canada’s leading northern transportation company, we know how to work in the most extreme conditions. We offer regularly scheduled, year-round transportation services between points in North America and the Northwest Territories.
Established in 2009 to provide expediting, logistics, freight forwarding and air cargo handling. 51 percent Det’on Cho ownership.
A joint venture with Advanced Medical Emergency Solution providing health care personnel, medical equipment, supplies and emergency vehicles for northern employers and workers. 51 percent Det’on Cho ownership.