MODUS takes pride in making sure their structures last. They’re also investing in the future by supporting the University of Calgary Dinos.

“Athletics is important to us as it builds strong foundations,” says CEO Joe Dotto. “Those foundations can support bigger structures, and those structures can produce amazing results.”

The Crossfield based company has made a three year commitment, which the community has already benefitted from. The Men’s Basketball team put on a clinic with players from the community at WG Murdoch High School in the spring, and are looking to host another when the snow starts to melt in 2019.

Success is something the Dinos are used to lately. Their Cross Country team claimed its first ever National Championship in early November, matching the Men’s Basketball National Championship win back in March. The Men’s Football team fell just short of back-to-back Hardy Cup wins, after an amazing season ended with a loss to the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. Women’s Soccer also fell short on a successful season losing in their Championship game.

Dotto sees many comparisons in the partnership between the two sides.

“We strive to set high standards in everything we do. It’s hard to reach the top of your field, it’s even harder to stay up at the top. The Dinos have built a program of success, and we’re happy to be a part of that.”

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