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Remediation in BC and Alberta

Our last bloglooked at the major steps involved in the land reclamation process. Preserving the great lands of Canada is paramount to our country's success now and into the future. To that end, GNB continues to provide a standard of excellence in all of its land remediation work. Restoring land at the end of life…

Read more on The Canadian Welding Bureau & Our Qualifications
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The Canadian Welding Bureau & Our Qualifications

The Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) is a non-profit that certifies welders, welding inspectors, and companies that work on welding and joining steel structures. Recently, Great Northern Bridgeworks received certification with the CWB as a Division 2 Erector and Fabricator. This means that our work is certified and has the quality assurance granted by the primary…

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NABOC 2018: Sharing Knowledge & Connecting Leaders

Making connections with business partners helps everyone inside and outside the business world. Growth can come from all sides, and the National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference (NABOC) is an annual event that brings together industry leaders, both indigenous and non-indigenous, to share their knowledge in the spirit of development. These events lead to greater collaboration…

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Bees in BC

 Through Great Northern Bridgeworks many endeavours and projects, we are always eager to give back to the surrounding communities and promote a greener environment. Currently, we are looking into the possibility of including wild flower seeds in the pasture mix used on deactivated roads across the province of BC. One-third of our food supply is…

Read more on Gearing Up for Water Pit Decommissioning in Fort Nelson
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Gearing Up for Water Pit Decommissioning in Fort Nelson

In the winter of 2017, Great Northern Bridgeworks partnered with Nexen Inc. to decommission 11 water pits used in their operations outside of Fort Nelson. These pits are used in drilling operations to store waste water that can later be removed without affecting the surrounding environment. Our teams worked tirelessly 24 hours per day to…