STREAMLINE MECHANICAL L.P. – PROJECT EXPERIENCE LISTING

Fort Hills U & O Project

Client/Owner: Fluor Canada Ltd./Fort Hills Energy LP Scope: General Site Services
Project Value: $10,000,000 Date: May 2015 – Present
Reference Darryl Hansen – Site Services Manager (Flour, Fort Hills Utilities)
Services: Providing Site Wide Services support functions, including, but not limited to:
Provided: Drainage and dewatering service and support
Civil works related to excavation, backfilling and compaction, gravel placement and grading
Construction of temporary roadways pads and approaches
Road maintenance, including dust suppression, snow removal and sanding
Material handling, loading, unloading, distribution and storage
Supply, installation and maintenance of temporary fencing, gates and signage
Site preparation for the installation and placement of temporary facilities
General carpentry support services

Edmonton, AB – ClearTech Rail Track Construction

Client/Owner: Quality Rail Services/ClearTech Scope: Civil Work
Project Value: $ 265,000.00 Date: August 2016 – November 2016
Services Provided: Complete Mechanical and HVAC installation for 3 Control Buildings:
Clearing and Grubbing
Excavation
Site Grading
Survey and sub-ballast placement

Dawson Creek, BC – Encana Control Buildings

Client/Owner: Britco/Encana Scope: Mechanical Installation
Project Value: $ 265,000.00 Date: August 2016 – February 2017
Services: Complete Mechanical and HVAC installation for 3 Control Buildings:
Provided: Supply and install below ground sewer holding tanks
Installation of crawlspace drainage
Installation of waterlines and gas lines
Installation of humidifiers
Design, supply, install and test HVAC control systems

Terrace/Kitimat Airport – Air Craft Rescue and Fire Fighting Vehicle Shelter

Client/Owner: Progressive Ventures/Northwest Regional Airport Scope: Mechanical Installation
Project Value: $ 74,000.00 Date: August – October, 2016
Services: Mechanical installation:
Provided: Installation and testing of below grade sanitary sewer
Installation and testing of above grade sewer and potable water lines
Installation of storm drains
Installation and testing of radiant tube heaters and gas lines to heaters
Installation of Niedermeyer exhaust fans and piping

Saline Creek Lodge

Client/Owner: ATCO Structures and Logistics/Government of Alberta Scope: Dismantle of Camp
Project Value: $ 105,000.00 Date: August – October 2016
Reference Shane Bruton – Senior Manager, Engineering
Services: Dismantle and winterization of Emergency Relief Camp:
Provided: Dismantle Interior and exterior mechanical interconnects from unit to unit
Dismantle sewer, water and gas connections
Winterize units
Decommission and remove A/C condensers

Rio Tinto – Kemano – Fish Screen Installation

Client/Owner: RioTinto Alcan Scope: Installation of Fish Screens
Project Value: $ 68,000.00 Date: June – August, 2016
Services: Transportation and installation of fish screens:
Services Provided: Transportation of fish screens through active plant.
Hoisting and installing fish screens into active waterways

Rio Tinto – Kitimat – Fish Bubble Curtain Installation

Client/Owner: RioTinto Alcan Scope: Installation of Fish Bubble Curtain
Project Value: $ 21,000.00 Date: June – July, 2016
Services: Dismantle and installation of fish bubble curtains:
Provided: Remove existing piping system and compressor.
Install new compressor and airline supply piping from header on compressor cabinet to each bubble curtain location.
Manufacture supply and install bubble curtains complete with metal mounting plates and brackets.
Supply, insulate and install air lines to be installed below grade in PVC conduit.

Saline Creek Lodge

Client/Owner: ATCO Structures and Logistics/Government of Alberta Scope: Civil Work and Mechanical Installation of Camp
Project Value: $567,700.00 Date: May – July 2016
Reference Shane Bruton – Senior Manager, Engineering
Services:Site preparation and mechanical installation of Emergency Relief Camp:
Provided: Site preparation, grading and required civil earthworks
Supply of sewer and water storage buildings
Interior and exterior mechanical interconnects from unit to unit
Sewer, water and gas connections

CNRL Horizon Mechanical Camp Installation

Client/Owner:ModSpace/CNRL Scope:Mechanical Installation of Camp
Project Value: $197,000.00 Date: June – August, 2016
Reference Marc Shandro – Sales Manager
Services:Mechanical installation of 12, 44-person dorms
Provided: Installation of sewer, water and gas site services
Installation of gravity sewer, water piping and air conditioning units
Installation of gas line interconnects

KMP – Kitimat Camp Dismantle

Client/Owner:ATCO Structures and Logistics/RioTinto Alcan Scope:Mechanical Dismantle of Camp
Project Value: $540,000.00 Date: December – May, 2016
Reference Chris Schacher – Senior Project Manager
Services Provided: Complete mechanical dismantle for the following facilities:
40 – 8 Modular Unit 44 Person Dormitory Complexes, Skidded on Grade
1 – 35 Modular Unit Kitchen-Diner-Recreation Complex on Wood Crib Foundations
1 – 14 Modular Unit Recreation Building Complex on Wood Crib Foundations Connecting Arctic Corridors
Mechanical Dismantle scope included:
Disconnection and disposal of all sanitary and potable water lines and related material
Disconnection and disposal of all HVAC, gas lines and the related material
Removal of all exterior fire hydrants, fire water storage, fire pump, fire hose cabinets and fire water distribution systems
Removal of all mechanical unit to unit disconnects.
Removal of all roof vents and make-up air units
Removal and disposal of all conduits and sewage lines, on the exterior of all units
Removal and disposal of coolant from air conditioning units

Suncor Firebag

Client/Owner:Suncor Energy Scope:Site Wide Services
Project Value: $1,100,000 Date: April 2015 – December 2015
ReferencePaul Hickey – Manager (Suncor Energy, Firebag SWS)
Services Provided: Providing Site Wide Services support functions, including, but not limited to:
Renovations and repurpose of the former Voyageur Kitchen
Maintenance to the Village baseball field
Renovations to waste water treatment testing laboratory
Modified existing and installed new utilities for the construction of the Village Hoteling Facility
Removal of modular office trailers
Upgrading existing water truck fill station
Post project cleanup of Waste Water Pilot Project
Renovations of Village Long Term Residency
Mold abatement services in the former Voyageur Kitchen
Renovation of ground transportation waiting area
Site grading and landscaping
Removal and decommissioning of buried utilities (gas, sewer, water and electrical)
Repurpose existing facilities to create storage area

Firebag Voyageur & Caribou Camp Dismantle

Client/Owner:Mikisew Industrial/Suncor Energy Scope:Camp Services
Project Value: $3,400,000 Date: March 2015 – July 2015
ReferenceGordon Jonah – Assets Manager (Mikisew)
Services Provided: Decommissioning of utility services and dismantle of approximately 450 modular trailer units that comprised the Suncor Firebag Voyageur and Caribou camp(s).
Removal of above ground utilities (gas, sewer, water and electrical)
Dismantle and separation of modular trailers
Removal and inventory of assets for resale (furniture, kitchen equipment, fitness, recreation)
Craning of modular units
Coordination and provision of transport and trucking
Removal of buried utilities, as needed

Fort Hills Permanent and Temporary Dewatering Systems

Client/Owner:Klohn Crippen Berger/Suncor Scope:Dewatering and Buried Utilities
Project Value: $6,100,000 Date: April – December 2014
ReferenceAndrew Brunsdon – Project Manager (Klohn Crippen Berger)
Services Provided: Perform deep underground works; installation of HDPE Collector Pipes to control water table during the construction phase of the Ore Preparation Plant facilities.
Fusion of HDPE collector pipes
Installation of collector pipes (approx. 3km)
Installation of electrical conduit casing (approx. 2km)
Dewatering
Final grading
Ditching
Culvert installation
Road maintenance
Loading and hauling common material
Planning and procurement of construction materials

Fort Hills Ore Preparation Plant Miscellaneous Mechanical Work

Client/Owner:Suncor Energy Scope:Miscellaneous Mechanical Work
Project Value: $1,715,000 Date: July 2014 – June 2015
Peak Manpower:18
ReferencePat Petryshen – Assistant Construction Manager (Suncor)
Services Provided: Operation of construction vehicle wash station and steam cleaning
Dewatering support and system monitoring, including night shift
Removal of culvert sumps
Equipment fuelling

Fort Hills Slurry Preparation Plant Buried Utilities

Client/Owner:Bird Industrial/Suncor Scope:Deep Underground Buried Utilities
Project Value: $1,200,000 Date: 2014 – November, 2014
Peak Manpower:12
ReferenceSaeed Gangi – Project Manager (Bird Industrial)
Type of Facility:Ore Preparation Plant
Services Provided: Perform deep underground works; supply and install fire water loop, potable water for the Slurry Preparation Plant at Suncor Fort Hills’ Ore Preparation Plant.
Fusion of HDPE Fire water and potable water lines
Installation of potable water lines 400 Meters
Installation of fire water loop 1000 Meters including 11 hydrants and 7 valves
Hydrostatic testing of system for handover
Dewatering

Laydown Area Demolition and Construction – Fort Hills ISBL

Client/Owner:Suncor Energy Scope:Pile Extraction and Laydown Construction
Project Value: $6,000,000 Date: April – August, 2014
Peak Manpower:40
ReferencePat Petryshen – Assistant Construction Manager (Suncor)
Services Provided: Remove approximately 150 piles, relocation and inspection of 1100 piles in materials laydown and the construction of three laydown pads.
Extraction of approximately 150 screw piles
Inspection of 1100 piles for heat stamps and verification against Owners’ MTRs
Relocation of 1100 piles to new storage location
Construction of three laydown pads ranging from 40,000m2 to 200,000m2
Excavation, subgrade preparation, compaction and placement of 20mm and 80mm crushed gravel
Dewatering
Installation of culverts
Maintenance of roadways and crossings

Fort Hills Operations Camp and Core Building (Mount Logan)

Client/Owner: Clark Builders/Suncor Scope: Deep Undergrounds and Core Building Civil Components
Project Value: $6,400,000 Date: January – August, 2014
Reference Larry Stone – Business Development Manager (Clark Builders)
Peak Manpower: 24
Type of Facility: Construction Camp
Services Provided: Perform deep underground works (including excavation, dewatering, backfill and compaction) to allow for supply and install of fire water loop, gravity sewer, potable water and gas line.
Excavation, dewatering, backfill and compaction of trenches ranging in depth from 4.5 – 5.5 meters
Fusion and installation of 1,300 Meters of 16 and 12” HDPE fire water Line, including 13 hydrants and 7 post indicator valves
Fusion and installation of 125 Meters of 6” HDPE potable water line and risers
Fusion and installation of 127 Meters of 4” HDPE natural gas line and risers
Installation of 128 Meters of 12” Sanitary Sewer including Manhole
Core Building Civil Components
Load and haul common material to be used as fill
Construct loading dock for camp
Excavate and backfill sanitary sewer within building footprint
Structural slab and grade beam excavation and backfill
Miscellaneous civil works

Fort Hills Permanent Camp and Core Building (Mount Robson)

Client/Owner: Clark Builders/Suncor Scope: Deep Undergrounds and Utilities
Project Value: $12,000,000 Date: June 2012 – November 2013
Reference Larry Stone – Business Development Manager (Clark Builders)
Peak Manpower: 34
Type of Facility: Construction Camp
Services Provided: Perform deep underground works; supply and install fire water loop, gravity sewer, potable water and gas line; at a Core Construction Camp. Excavate and backfill fiber optics and electrical trench.
Fusion of HDPE fire water and potable water lines
Installation of potable water lines (200 Meters)
Installation of fire water loop (1670 Meters including 17 Hydrants and 15 Valves)
Installation of sanitary sewer system (675 Meters of gravity sewer pipe and 11 manholes)
Installation of 180 Meters of 3” natural gas line
Installation of 600 Meter fibre optic line
Construct borrow pit 100x100x6 meter/ load and haul common material
Construct, deliver and set up 7-(8’x40’) 5,000-gallon capacity potable water storage units
Installation of temporary waterline for start-up and commissioning
Dewatering
Final grading
Load and haul gravel from pit and common fill material, as required
Ditching
Culvert Installation
Fabrication and installation of regulator and relief station for natural gas

Syncrude Mildred Lake Mine Replacement Project

Client/Owner: Fluor Canada Ltd./IORVL Scope: General Site Services
Project Value: $ 85,000,000 Date: September 2011 – May 2015
Reference Kevin Trenchard – Site Wide Services Manager (Fluor)
Peak Manpower: 120
Type of Facility: Temporary Facilities, including: Office Complexes, Various Wash Cars, Roads, Lay Down Areas
Services Provided: Facilities maintenance
Drainage and dewatering
Janitorial services within temporary facilities and site trailers
Assembly of office furniture
Civil works related to excavation, backfilling and compaction, gravel placement and grading
Construction of temporary roadways pads and approaches
Road maintenance, including dust suppression, snow removal and sanding
Maintain the supply of potable and non-potable water using tanker trucks
Sewage pump-out and hauling to authorised dumping site
Material handling, loading, unloading, distribution and storage
Supply and installation of temporary yard lighting – including the installation of support poles, light fixtures and cable.
Excavation for cable trenches and the supply and installation of all required sand bedding and suitable backfill.
Site preparation for the installation and placement of temporary facilities
Supply and maintenance of temporary construction heaters, light plants and generators
Temporary vehicle wash station – supply and operation
Light duty vehicle maintenance

Kemano, BC Project

Client/Owner: ATCO/Bechtel Canada Scope: Mechanical installation for 155 person camp
Project Value: $315,682 Date: April 2012 – June 2012
Reference Jesse Robinson – Construction Manager
Services Provided: Mechanical Installation for 155 – Person Camp/Bechtel Canada – Kemano, BC
Installation of lift stations and below grade gravity sewer piping
Installation of sewer force main piping (H.D.P.E DR 17 fused pipe and fittings)
Installation of water main piping (H.D.P.E. DR 11 pipe and fittings)
Installation of fire water mains (H.D.P.E DR 11 fused pipe and fittings)
Installation of gas line distribution piping (3″ M.D.P.E. fused plastic piping) below grade, from client riser to 3 – 65 psi risers for distribution on utilidor
Installation of gas line utilidor piping (2″ carbon steel SCH 40 @ 20 psi attached to side of utilidor with branches for each building complete with regulators)
Installation of gas line utilidor piping
Installation of gravity sewer connections under units alongside of 44-person dorms – (ABS)
Installation of waterlines under units (SCH 40 PVC and polyethylene pipe)
Installation of all under unit and exposed sewer, water and fire water piping

RioTinto Alcan Mine Smelter Modernization Kitimat Project

Client/Owner: ATCO/RioTinto Alcan Scope: Mechanical installation for 1,496 person camp
Project Value: $2,700,000 Date: June 2011 – May 2012
Reference Jesse Robinson – Construction Manager (ATCO)
Services Provided: Mechanical Installation for 1, 496 Person Camp/Bechtel Canada – Kitimat, BC
Installation of lift stations
Installation of below grade gravity sewer piping (SDR35 PVC gasketed pipe c/w 2″ urethane insulation and poly jacket covering)
Installation of sewer force main piping (H.D.P.E DR 17 fused pipe and fittings)
Installation of water main piping (H.D.P.E. DR 11 pipe and fittings)
Installation of fire water mains (H.D.P.E DR 11 fused pipe and fittings)
Installation of gasline distribution piping (3″ M.D.P.E. fused plastic piping below grade, from client riser to 3 – 65 psi risers for distribution on utilidor)
Installation of gasline utilidor piping (2″ carbon steel SCH 40 @ 20 psi attached to side of utilidor with branches for each building complete with regulators)
Installation of gasline utilidor piping
Installation of gravity sewer connections under units alongside of 44-person dorms – (ABS)
Installation of waterlines under units (SCH 40 PVC and polyethylene pipe)
Installation of all under unit and exposed sewer, water and fire water piping

Kearl Oil Sands Project Phase 1, River Water Intake

Client/Owner: Fluor Canada Ltd./IORVL Scope: General Site Services
Project Value: $ 8,840,000 Date: March – November, 2009
Type of Facility: Temporary Facilities, including: Security Trailer (1), First Aid Trailer (1), Office Trailers (8), Emergency Services Building, Wash Car (1), Road – 8km, Lay Down Area – 300 x 500 m
Services Provided: Facilities Maintenance
Janitorial services within temporary facilities and site trailers
Assembly of office furniture
Civil works related to excavation, as required
Backfilling and compaction
Construction of roadways pads and approaches
Gravel placement and grading
Road maintenance, including dust suppression
Maintain the supply of potable and non-potable water using tanker trucks
Survey services (sub-contracted)
Waste removal services (sub-contracted)
Sewage pump-out and hauling to authorised dumping site
Material handling, loading, unloading, distribution and storage
Supply, install and maintain temporary fencing, gates and signage
Construct foundations and environmental containment structure for fuel storage and fuel dispensing system and distribute fuel
Obtain required permits from local authority for site activities
Installation of client- supplied power panels, power distribution panels and transformers as detailed on drawings and in accordance with local, provincial and federal codes, rules and regulations as well as company standards and specifications
Supply and installation of temporary yard lighting – including the installation of support poles, light fixtures and cable. Excavation for cable trenches and the supply and installation of all required sand bedding and suitable backfill
Construct emergency services building
Supply and installation of fiber-optic cables as per plans and specifications
Site preparation for the installation including piping for propane storage tanks
Oversee the Completion of the soils compaction testing, and all associated Quality Control reporting as per Owner’s project specifications

Fort Hills North

Client/Owner: Fluor Canada Ltd./Petro Canada Scope: General Site Services
Project Value: $ 9,400,000 Date: April, 2008 – May, 2009
Type of Facility:Temporary Trailers – Five (5) 12 x 60 Units, One (1) 12 Unit Complex, One (1) 18 Unit Office, One (1) 3 Unit Medical Facility, warehouse tents (120 x 200 m and 120 x 320 m), Four (4) Lay Down Areas (200 x 300 m, 150 x 600 m, 250 x 500 m, 300 x 500 m).
Services Provided: The installation of temporary underground electrical, communication and gas utilities
The installation of sewer, gas line, electrical cable and IT harnessing for temporary office facilities
The installation of the on-site fuel distribution facility
The construction of the foundation and the installation of a CoverallTM warehouse and maintenance shop
The provision of warehousing services
The transportation of sewer and water from on-site holding tanks to and from Fort McMurray
The supply of sewage holding tanks and sea-cans for secure on-site storage
Road maintenance, dust control and snow removal
The construction and placement of site signage and steps and landings for office complexes
Janitorial services
The placement and compaction of aggregate for Site lay-down and parking areas
Obtaining required permits for temporary facilities
The fuelling and maintenance of plumbing and carpentry installations associated with temporary on-site facilities
Civil works including the excavation and compaction around pilings
The placement and maintenance of office furnishings
Additional responsibilities included the coordination and third party billing of:
Supply and maintenance cleaning of portable toilets
On-site fuel supplies and propane
Temporary heat and lighting
Waste management services
Drinking water, office supplies and consumables (including coffee, fire extinguishers etc.) and toiletries

Long Lake Project

Client/Owner: Nexen Inc. Scope: Site Wide Maintenance Services
Project Value: $ 28,000,000 Date: December, 2005 – April, 2010
Type of Facility:Roads (20 km), various walkway and landings, parking lots, facility area, ditches, etc.
Services Provided: Streamline was successful in obtaining a direct contract with Nexen Inc. (Nexen) Site Wide Shared Services (SWSS) to perform general site maintenance. In May 2008, Streamline peaked at a workforce of 75 employees. Our work activities associated with the Long Lake Project are listed as follows:
General maintenance of trailers and buildings (i.e., leveling, repairing doors, installing new hardware, locks, exhaust fans, repair frozen water/sewer lines, located and repair leaking gas lines, maintain wash cars, etc.)
Road maintenance, cold mix relay, dust control and snow removal
Construction of Snow Storage Facility
Final grading at water block, steam block, cogen and debottlenecking areas (i.e., drainage, sub-grade preparation, surface gravelling and culvert installation)
Water well final grading (i.e., stripping top soil, place compacted clay fill, sub-grade preparation, compacted surface gravel, electrical skid piling, excavation and backfill for underground electrical and well hut installation)
Tank farm final grading (i.e., sub grade preparation, surface gravel, preparation for HDPE liner installation and backfill of liner, sump installation and installation of precast concrete containment walls)
Truck-out terminal construction (i.e., clay fill compaction, large diameter culvert installation and placement of compacted surface gravel)
Excavation and backfill for underground electrical throughout plant site
Final grading on Well Pads, excavation and backfill for concrete foundations
Dewatering
Construction of crane pads for heavy lifts
Transportation and setup of sea-cans, wash-cars, lunch and office trailers
Final grading of total upgrader site: drainage ditch excavation, culvert installation, sub-grade preparation and compacted surface gravelling
Installation of concrete holding tanks for sewer and water at wash-cars
Excavation for underground electrical services
Placement of jersey barriers
Gravel hauling
Install, clean and service furnaces, radiant tube heaters, exhaust fans and air conditioning units
HDPE Pipe fusion
Excavate and repair fire hydrants and post indicator valves
Install and remove various lift stations and sewer risers
Mobilize and demobilize trailers, multi-unit complexes and camp facilities
Construction, operation and maintenance of construction vehicle wash station
Road and parking lot construction
Ditch work – sod placement and culvert installation
Snow removal and plumbing services over holiday periods to ensure the site is maintained for when workers return
Repairs to vehicles and miscellaneous work by mechanics in shop

Kearl Oil Sands Project – Main Plant Site

Owner/Client: Maintenance Contracts:
Horton CBI
Krupp Canada Ltd.
ATCO Structures & Logistics
PO Based, On-call Services:
Kiewit , PCL Resources, Aecon, JV Driver ,
Warwick Industries, Williams Scottsman,
Boxx Modular, Mikisew/Ameco Group,
Bird Construction, Laird Electric,
Bouchier Contracting, Noramac, Chinook Fuels
Waiward Steel Fabricators
Scope: Plumbing and Mechanical Maintenance Services
Project Value: $600,000/yr. Date: June 2010 to December 2014
Type of Facility:Various modular trailer complexes, including several 5 to 18-unit office complexes, medical facilities, wash cars, communications facilities, water and sewer lift stations and associated infrastructure.
Services Provided: Visually inspect integrity of substructures (i.e., metal, wood framing, stairs and landings, cribbing or foundations, etc.)
Verify operation of water and sewage pumps and storage systems, including heat trace circuits
Inspect all doors, frames and associated hardware and lubricate and adjust door hardware, as required
Inspect all windows, weather stripping, frames and hardware and lubricate and adjust hardware, as required
Visually inspect mechanical installations (i.e., water heaters, furnaces, air conditioning units, fans, vents, etc.) and report any deficiencies
Inspect, clean and or replace filters, grills/louvers on applicable mechanical installations
Check the physical condition of all interior and exterior light fixtures and exit and emergency lights. Test emergency lighting and verify illumination.
Inspect plumbing piping systems and fixtures, repair any minor leaks and/or tighten loose fixtures. Identify any other repairs that may be required
Office Furniture setup/placement
Installation of Fold-A-Way Mechanical/Heating System

G8 Temporary Accommodations Facility, Huntsville Ontario

Client/Owner: ATCO Structures and Logistics Ltd. Scope: Plumbing and Mechanical Installation and Maintenance
Project Value: $3,875,000 Date: March – August 2010
Type of Facility: 4,500-person Temporary Accommodations Facility
Services Provided: Install sewer, water, gas and refrigeration services, including design and installation of potable water holding tanks, fire water holding tanks, lift stations and sewage holding tanks. The facility was constructed in 90 days with our workforce peaking at 45. Following the construction phase, maintenance of sewer, water, gas and refrigeration services and all appliances (24/7). Upon the completion of the G8, our team dismantled the sewer, water, gas and refrigeration services, including installing service valves for 675 A/C units for recovery of the refrigerant in accordance with environmental requirements.

Creeburn Lake Lodge and Barge Landing Phase I and II

Client/Owner: ATCO Structures and Logistics Ltd. Scope: Mechanical Installation and Maintenance
Project Value: $2,751,000 Date: August – October, 2008 – April, 2010
Type of Facility: Accommodations, including: 4 Sewage Lift Stations, 3 Water Pump House Systems, 2 Kitchens, 39 Dormitories – Barge Landing, 1 Recreation Complex – Barge Landing, 600 Rooms – Creeburn Lake Lodge
Services Provided: Performed the complete mechanical install during the construction phase of Creeburn and the complete mechanical install for both phases of Barge landing lodge including all underground sewer, water and gas line site services complete with potable water, fire water storage and pumping facilities
Provide continuous maintenance and repairs at both facilities including:
Check and log sewage lift station’s operation and schedule regular cleaning with vacuum truck and steam cleaner
Check operation and maintenance – water pump house and storage system
Service and repair plumbing as required
Check, clean and or replace filters, grills, louvers, etc.
Service and maintain kitchen equipment (ie., stoves, ovens, freezers, coolers, etc.)
Check dorms regularly and perform minor repairs to avoid more significant and costly repairs or shutdowns
Maintain and service heating appliances and air conditioning units

Owner and/or Client
Contact Information/Reference

Total Value of Contract(s)

Type of Work Performed

Location of Project

Year of Completion

BRITCO

Clay Robertson, Project Manager

$6,000,000.00

Supply labour, equipment, material for mechanical installation of 30-Person dorm (Start Date: May, 2013)

Devon Jackfish, Conklin, Alberta

2015

BIRD Construction

PO

Snow Removal in OPP Area, dewatering support.

Suncor, Fort Hills

2015

BRITCO

Clay Robertson, Project Manager

$250,000.00

Supply labour, equipment, material for mechanical installation of 30-Person dorm (Start Date: May, 2013)

Devon Jackfish, Conklin, Alberta

2013

BRITCO

Clay Robertson, Project Manager

$2,200,000.00

Supply labour, equipment, material for mechanical installation of 2-storey, 900-person camp (Start Date: May, 2012)

Devon Jackfish, Conklin, Alberta

2012

ATCO Structures and Logistics Inc.

Jesse Robinson, Construction Manager

$2,700,000.00

Supply labour, equipment and material for mechanical installation of 1,496-person camp for RioTinto Alcan Mine Smelter Modernization Project (Start Date: June 2011)

Kitimat, BC

2012

ATCO Structures and Logistics Inc.

Colin Martin, Project Manager

$2,100,000.00

Supply labour, equipment, material to mechanical installation of 150- person camp, site maintenance-snow removal and site grading (Start Date: August, 2011)

MEG Energy, Conklin, Alberta

2012

ATCO Structures and Logistics Inc.

Shane Bruton, Project Manager

$2,100,000.00

Supply labour, equipment and material to mechanical installation of 60-person CMT/OPS camp (Start Date: April 2011)

CNRL Kirby Lake, Conklin, Alberta

2012

ATCO Structures and Logistics Inc.

Shane Bruton, Project Manager

$3,875,000.00

Supply labour, equipment and material for mechanical installation and dismantling of 4,500-person Temporary Accommodations facility. (Start Date: March, 2010)

G8 Temporary Facilities, Huntsville, Ontario

2010

Sorge’s Welding Ltd.

DuWayne Burrows

Project Manager

$200,000.00

Fabricate sixteen 29.3 meter long 24-inch HDPE flanged pipe spools and one 27.7 m long 24-inch HDPE flanged pipe spool

Albian

2009

Petro Canada – Fort Hills $1,500,000.00

General Site Services and ware housing services.

Fort Hills Project, Fort McMurray

2009

Nexen Inc. – Operations $818,500.00

Construction of Snow Storage facility.

Long Lake Project, Fort McMurray

2009

ATCO Structures Inc

5115 Crowchild Tr SW

Calgary , AB

$ 90,000.00

Camp and Office Installations including the design, construction and installation of water pump house facilities and supply and installation of lift station and sewage holding tanks

Suncor Voyager Project,

Fort McMurray

2009