ATCO is world leader providing modular shelter solutions, camp and site services, and emissions management services.
Since 1987 ATCO has been partnering with Aboriginal communities throughout Canada and Alaska. Based on a foundation of trust, respect and equality, these partnerships have developed profitable businesses and long-term relationships.
In Alberta’s oil sands, we work in a joint-venture partnership with the Fort McKay First Nation. Together, our organizations own and operate Creeburn Lake Lodge and Barge Landing Lodge, open camp accommodations for over 2,500 oil sands workers located north of Fort McMurray.
In the North, we work with the Pan Arctic Inuit Logistics Corporation through the Nasittuq joint-venture to operate Canada’s North Warning System. This initiative continues to deliver capacity building and long-term sustainability.
Whether you’re doing business in the Far North or in the heart of the Prairies, you can rely on ATCO’s support, with our range of products and services, in collaboration with our Aboriginal partners.
The result? Commitment to growth, new opportunities and mutual success.
Throughout Canada, we have formed partnerships that have started from simple conversations. Before projects are identified or plans are made, our relationships grow from getting to know each other.
In 2008, our joint-venture project with the Fort McKay First Nation, Creeburn Lake Lodge, grossed over $6 million in commercial revenue for local contracting companies.
Recognizing and celebrating talent in the communities we partner with is significant to our success. Supporting community growth through training and education is important to us. We believe this investment leads to growth in a relationship and a prosperous future.
ATCO Group is a worldwide organization of companies engaged in Utilities, Energy, Structures & Logistics and Technologies. More information about ATCO can be found on its website at www.atco.com.