Chief Excellence Officer
Cory Klein is the exceptional young man, running RF Klein and Sons—a family run business incorporated in Prince George since 1965—as a General Contractor. Klein and Sons specializes in civil construction, servicing all areas residential, commercial, and institutional. But it doesn’t stop there; Cory also runs Island Cache and Klein Crushing. He also sits on the board of the Northern Regional Construction Association (NRCA), the Railway and Forestry Museum, and the BC Construction Safety Alliance.
Cory is part owner of Island Cache Stone Company and Sun-Ko Landscape Supply. Before that, he earned a diploma in Business Administration Management from the College of New Caledonia and a Bachelor’s Degree in Technology Construction Management from the British Columbia Institute of Technology. He also has a Gold Seal designation from the Canadian Construction Association. At only 30 years of age, Cory had been working in construction for fifteen years and in management for seven. At R.F. Klein & Sons, he leads the creation of two additional divisions to diversify and grow the business. At the NRCA, he was lead for the merger of all Northern construction associations, as well as a principal organizer for the Heavy Metal Rocks program.
“Cory is an amazing man for only being 30,” says one supporter. “He has done outstanding work for this city as well as brought us an amazing landscape supply company. Which is making this city much more beautiful.”
Cory is committed to the construction sector in the north. He is generous, volunteering his time and effort in an industry he loves. He is a respectful and a trusted community leader, on top of being a dedicated family man.
Presented by the Prince George Chamber of Commerce