Illustrated history of Bird Construction Inc. compiled to commemorate the company's 100th anniversary. The company was established in 1920 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan by Hubert John Bird and two partners (Bird, Woodall & Simpson Ltd.). The publication outlines some of the company's memorable projects completed across Canada and in the United States. Publication's editorial team was Lara de Klerk, Michael Knul, and Lauren Wiseman.
Buildings and structures in Saskatchewan constructed by the company and included in this publication are as follows: Milestone Town Hall, Milestone; Maple Leaf Hostel, Regina; T. Eaton Store, Moose Jaw; Crown Bread and Cake Company Bakery, Regina; Providence Hospital (addition), Moose Jaw; Moose Jaw General Hospital (addition); Weyburn Mental Hospital (addition); Northern Electric Company (addition), Regina; C.P.R. Depot/Union Station (expansion), Regina; Moose Jaw Natatorium; Outlook Bridge; Highway Bridge, Saskatchewan Landing; Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina; Marquis Tower Apartments, Saskatoon; Alwinsal Potash Mine, Lanigan; Taylor Field Grandstand (addition), Regina; Royal Bank of Canada Regional Headquarters Building, Regina; and ethane storage caverns, Burstall.