This past weekend, staff from Colliers Project Leaders Edmonton office participated in the city’s Canstruction® Edmonton Build Day. The team used over 1,500 food items, including over 500 cans of tuna and 600 boxes of macaroni and cheese to create their exhibit ‘Hunger Biters”. The curling-themed sculpture (how Canadian!) consists of three curling rocks and a broom on the blue ring of a curling rink. The exhibit is on display at Enterprise Square, Main Floor, until May 18. Afterwards, the food items will be donated to the Edmonton Food Bank.
The office’s “Hunger Biters” exhibit is facing stiff competition from five other companies for the Canstruction® Edmonton 2017 People’s Choice Award. Online voting is now open and will continue through May 18.
Chelsea Allard, Roman Augustyn, Hazel Battad, Cam Borton, Gord Downes, Terry Gray, Marcel LeBlanc Terence Ngazimbi, Shellie Persi and Gina Troman participated on behalf of Colliers Project Leaders.
Canstruction® is a unique charity art exhibition and event featuring structures made by teams of volunteers, youth groups and/or Canstruction contractors. Structures are made entirely out of full cans of food. At the end of the exhibition, all the food used to create the exhibits is donated to local food banks.
(Back row L-R: Terence Ngazimbi, Gord Downes, Roman Augustyn, Marcel LeBlanc and Terry Gray.
Middle row L-R: Hazel Battad, and Gina Troman
Front Row L-R: Chelsea Allard, Shellie Persi and Cameron Borton)
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