Fink Machine to Build Sicamous District Heating System

The District of Sicamous’ mayor, councillors, staff and guests marked Earth Day by breaking ground for a new community bio-heat facility. The ceremonial shovel broke ground at the April 22 event, district town manager and ceremony MC Evan Parliament broke the ice, providing background on the $1.74 million project and how it was decided it would be built in the industrial park on district-owned property at 510 Thomsen Place. Fink Machine will be acting as the general contractor responsible for the supply of the Viessmann Biomass boiler as well as the the energy center and hot water distribution network.

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Sicamous District heating system Ribbon Cutting
Sicamous Biomass Heating System with (L-R) Splatsín Kukpi7 (Chief) Doug Thomas, North Okanagan-Shuswap MP Mel Arnold and Burkhard Fink of Fink Machine Inc.