On May 25, 2011, Stuart Olson (formerly The Churchill Corporation) announced the declaration of its first quarterly common share dividend. For further information refer to Dividends Section.
Do you have any preferred shares or other publicly traded securities?
Yes. Stuart Olson has 6% convertible debentures that trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) under the symbol SOX.DB.A. Stuart Olson has no outstanding preferred shares.
What range of services does Stuart Olson provide?
We provide general contracting and electrical building systems contracting in the public and private construction markets as well as electrical, mechanical and specialty trades, such as insulation, cladding and asbestos abatement, in the industrial construction and services market. Please refer to the Capabilities section of this website to learn more about the services offered by Stuart Olson and our subsidiaries.
How does Stuart Olson deal with the cycles of the markets in which it participates?
Our operations provide a wide range of services to a diverse group of commercial, industrial and institutional clients throughout Canada. This diversity reduces exposure to potential weakness in a specific sector. Our primary operations are positioned in low-fixed-cost, low-capital-intensity segments of the construction and industrial services industries. This enables us to effectively respond to changing market conditions. Our strategies are to acquire or develop complementary services and selectively pursue geographic expansion within our regional markets in Canada.
What is Stuart Olson’s strategy for growth in shareholder value?
Stuart Olson’s goal is to build a highly profitable and sustainable construction, maintenance and industrial services company. Our focus is to achieve sustainable growth in earnings.