Work on the Alberta Clipper Pipelines project was executed across three separate pump station sites: Hardisty, Alberta; Kerrobert, Saskatchewan; and Milden, Saskatchewan. Completed without a recordable safety incident, the flawlessly executed project led to the addition of a fourth site outside of Regina, Saskatchewan. This extra work was also executed on schedule and without incident, despite construction in the dead of a prairie winter.
PCL Energy Inc. (formerly Monad Industrial Constructors Inc.) leveraged its collective agreement with the Christian Labor Association of Canada (CLAC) to offer the client an alternate union proposal, one that allowed work to proceed in Alberta and Saskatchewan without interruption or labor dispute. PCL Energy was able to execute the work in Alberta under an existing collective agreement, and in Saskatchewan by using an original certificate of recognition with the CLAC workforce. This cost-effective solution was well received by the client.