Streamline is committed to creating positive relationships within Aboriginal and other Communities in which we work through consultation and decision making policies that maximize mutual economic opportunities and enrichment. We feel it is of paramount importance to respect and accommodate wherever possible the unique social environments we conduct business in. Wherever possible, we work together with our clients and other stakeholders to promote community involvement through the use of local services, local and aboriginal employment, and local purchases.
Rainbow Creek Services Partnership
Since 2011, Streamline has an established a Joint Working Agreement with 1283548 Alberta Ltd., operating as Rainbow Creek Services (RCS), a 100% Aboriginal owned company incorporated in 2006. RCS is a local contractor specializing in slashing, lease construction, road building, and maintenance.
Since the inception of our partnership with Rainbow Creek, we have successfully completed various projects and have held true to our promise to provide local employment opportunities to Aboriginal people in the Fort McMurray area. Joint projects have included:
Cenovus – Winter Drilling Projects 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2014/15 – Together Streamline and Rainbow Creek executed winter construction in support of drilling programs in the Wood Buffalo Area. Work involved the construction of hundreds of kilometers of winter access roads and as many as 70 leases. The total contract value for this work with Cenovus was between $3 and $4.9 Million annually. We are proud to confirm our socioeconomic obligations were exceeded every year by having a workforce comprised of between 30-50% local aboriginal workers and utilize local and aboriginal subcontractors and suppliers. Streamline and Rainbow Creek Personnel worked up to 30,000 hours each winter season without a recordable injury.
Interpipeline – Clearwater South Slope Mitigation 2017/2018 – Together Streamline and Rainbow Creek provided the manpower and equipment for Construction support services related to the Clear Water South Slope Strain Relief Project. Work included clearing, grubbing access road, gravel placement and site grading, construction of temporary roadways and approaches, supply, install and move swamp mats and rig mats, drainage and dewatering services support and Site security. The total contract value was $400,000.
Rainbow Creek Services is 100% Aboriginal-owned. The owners of Rainbow Creek pride themselves on being self-sufficient and providing employment opportunity for Aboriginal People within the Wood Buffalo region. Rainbow Creek has a non-negotiable expectation in regards to the health and safety of their workers and the protection of the environment.
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