McNally Contractors is part of a large community with different interests and priorities. That is why we believe in supporting a multitude of different causes and sports teams to help our widely spread community. The community we work in is also where we live and play. Providing assistance through donations, volunteering and sponsorships gives our team a chance to give back to the organizations that support our families as well.
Growing our communities by supporting local
groups that do impactful work in our area.
McNally's Buffalo Junction Sign Preserved For Macleod Gazette - Media Release 2021
The Fort Macleod Cultural Heritage Tourism Alliance announced that the Buffalo Junction sign is back up and better than ever.
On June 8 the revitalized sign reclaimed its iconic spot just outside of Fort Macleod, thanks to the contribution of McNally Contractors.
The Buffalo Junction sign has been an important landmark for Fort Macleod for many years.
Located on Highway 785, it directs travellers to the UNESCO world heritage site, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump.
Buck Massey initially constructed the Buffalo Junction sign in 1987 when the Duke and Duchess of York, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, came to celebrate the opening of the new interpretive centre at the buffalo jump.
McNally Supports Ride to Conquer Cancer
In February of 2014, Jim Harker of Lethbridge passed away due to cancer. Jim and his family started McNally Contractors in 1976 and together they worked to build the business into what it is today. McNally Contractors was honoured to donate funds towards “Team Jim”.
AN ANTI‑HUNGER PROJECT
CANstruction is an anti-hunger project that was founded over 20 years ago by the Society for Design Administration, an affiliate organization of the American Institute of Architects. CANstruction events are now being held in more than 100 cities across North America. McNally Contractors has supported CANstruction teams for 10 years.