Sherry proves looks are deceiving. She’s helping change the face of Canada’s skilled trades workforce, proving women can do just as good or better than any man working in the industry.
As Mike’s uncle, Billy has been there every step of the way, teaching Mike good guys don’t finish last – they finish best.
After travelling the world, the construction industry wouldn’t loosen its grip on Derek, bringing him back home to help Mike make it right.
Carl is the brawn that takes the brunt, earning every notch on his tool belt. He’s known Mike for over 20 years and is no stranger to the business – even running his own contracting company before closing shop to join Mike’s team.
Blake impressed the right people while he was volunteering his time on a Holmes Makes It Right rebuild project. His unquestionable workmanship and dedication to his work went beyond the call of duty and Mike knew exactly where he belonged – on his crew.
Driven by a simple code his father passed onto him when he was still a boy, Mike has brought a whole new meaning to make it right.
Damon is the leader of the pack. He’s the General in the trenches responsible for coordinating the troops and making sure they get the job done.
This is a guy that lives by one rule: No grit, no guts, no glory. Tommy was recruited from the inside by Carl, who’s known him since high school.
Adam isn’t a man of many words because he let’s his work speak for itself. His undeniable workmanship and focused skill is a key component to the crew’s success on every job they tackle.
Nichole is a glutton for punishment. When it comes to construction jobs, the bigger, the hotter, the tougher, the better.
Integrity isn’t just born – it’s bred. Junior is all grown up and making his dad proud, having inherited Mike’s dependability, honesty, loyalty and trust.
Integrity isn’t just born – it’s bred. Junior is all grown up and making his dad proud, having inherited Mike’s dependability, honesty, loyalty and trust.View More
Nichole is a glutton for punishment. When it comes to construction jobs, the bigger, the hotter, the tougher, the better.View More