Shutdowns

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With our primary emphasis on safety, our skilled tradesmen, project managers, quality control specialists, team leaders and safety management teams bring their experience and expertise together to execute each shutdown with high-quality workmanship, on schedule and within budget. Proven execution techniques, strong quality control and performance measurement allow us to quantify our performance and focus on continuous improvement.


Below is a forecast of upcoming shutdowns and turnarounds for 2017. Please note that the information is subject to change.

As these positions become available, we will post them on our Careers Page approximately 4-6 weeks prior to the beginning of each Shutdown. Please apply and upload your resume if you have not already done so.

For more information, contact our Central Recruiting Team at 1-855-410-1112. 

DateRegion - LocationTrades Required
1 Day Reoccurring Throughout year Whitecourt, Alberta Millwrights
March Edson, Alberta Pipefitters, Welders ,Labourers
April - July Various projects in Cold Lake, Alberta area Mechanical
May Southern Alberta Pipefitters, Welders
May 17 - June 7 Pincher Creek, Alberta Pipefitters, Welders, Labourers
End of May Fort St. John, BC Pipefitters, Welders, Labourers
May 30 - June 6 Peace River, Alberta Millwrights, Pipefitters, Electricians, Instrumentation Techs, Welders, Labourers
End of June Fort St. John, BC Pipefitters, Welders, Labourers
July Edson, Alberta Pipefitters, Welders, Labourers
September Edson, Alberta Pipefitters, Welders, Labourers
Sept 25 - Oct 8 Grande Prairie, Alberta Millwrights, Pipefitters, Electricians, Instrumentation Techs, Welders, Labourers
End of September Dawson Creek, BC Pipefitters & Welders