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E M I PCL CONSTRUCTION CAN ADA FA L L / W I N T E R 2 0 1 2 Helping Hand PCL Construction might not produce oil and gas or mine raw materials, but it does build the facilities that make it all possible. • Alberta “Our name is synonymous with capacity and capability. We participate on some of the most difficult and challenging projects.” // PETER STALENHOEF, COO of industrial companies PCL Industrial Constructors’ 130-acre modular yard allows the general industrial contractor to build facilites offsite.. [ BY JAMIE MORGAN ] PCL Construction has been helping its clients realize their goals since 1906 by fashioning the buildings where business gets done. In the last century, it has built a family of companies covering the commercial, civil and industrial sectors in the United States and Canada. “[There has been] a tremendous PROFILE PCL Construction. HQ: Edmonton, Alberta | Revenue: $5.6 billion Employees: 37,000 | Specialty: Construction amount of activity in the Alberta oil sands and we are very active in that area,” says Peter Stalenhoef, COO of PCL’s industrial group of companies. “We have some major contracts underway and there will be plenty more opportunities to come. Canada is a good place for energy developers because of the proven resources, stability and proximity to our neighbors to the south. A lot of the energy companies that operate in Canada are the same companies that operate in the U.S.” In Canada, PCL’s industrial portfolio consists of five companies. Two of these – PCL Industrial Constructors Inc. and PCL Industrial Management Inc. – are based in Edmonton, Alberta. PCL Industrial Constructors is a general industrial contractor that owns and operates a sophisticated pipe-fabrication shop – one of the largest facilities of its kind in North America. Next to that is a 130-acre modular yard facility. PCL Industrial Management is a construction management company servicing Western Canada’s heavy industrial marketplace. Its industrial operations in the United States are also split into two entities. 128

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Energy & Mining International - Fall/Winter 2012
Guiding Voice
Worldwide Presence
Digging South of the Border
Honoring the Best
The Williston Basin
Whiting Petroleum Corp.
Breitling Oil and Gas
HDC Development Cos.
Aspen Air U.S. Corp.
Synergy Resources Corp.
Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services Inc.
Enviro Shield Products Inc.
Savage Services
T&R Transport
Boyd and Sons Construction
Roers Construction Inc. – Roers West LLC
J. Koski Co.
Pat’s Offroad Inc.
Tollberg Homes
Wildcat Minerals
Environmental Materials Inc. and Warren Transport Inc.
Borsheim Crane Service Inc.
Central Machining and Pump Repair
Hive Built Homes – Hive Modular
Jericho Services
Kuntz Builders Inc.
MT Rigmat LLC
Steffes Corporation
Wells Concrete
Annabelle Homes - Bakken Shale
Oil Pipeline Blues
Canada Focus
Orbite Aluminae Inc.
New Millennium Corp.
Dynacorp Fabricators Inc.
PCL Contractors
Colter Energy Services Inc.
Zargon Oil and Gas Ltd.
Prodigy Gold Inc.
Rambler Metals and Mining PLC
Innovator Industrial Services
TWD Technologies
Veresen Inc.
Columbus Castings
Comstock Mining Inc.
MS Energy Services
White Star Pump Co.
Golden Queen Mining Co. Ltd.
Pershing Gold
Summit Casing Equipment
Black Hawk Energy Services
Timberline Drilling Inc.
Butch’s Rat Hole and Anchor Service Inc.
Calfrac Well Services
Geoprobe Systems®
Pacific Energy Development
Crocodile Gold Corp.
Gold Standard Ventures Corp.
GreenHunter Water LLC
Preferred Sands
Romarco Minerals Inc.
The Final Shot

Energy & Mining International - Fall/Winter 2012