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May 9, 2017

Waiward had the recent honour of being published in the Canada West Foundation report. The article focuses on our nations workplace safety issues and how Waiward is changing the industries standards for safety and competence.

CLICK HERE for the full article.

 

March 9, 2017

Waiward is proud to announce that we have once again been named one of Canada’s Best Managed companies.  This is the 13th year that we have received the distinction and our 6th year as a Platinum Club member.

CLICK HERE for a list of this year’s recipients.

February 28, 2017

After 50 years, the Stanley A. Milner Library will undergo a total transformation.  Revitalizing the Milner Library will include a children’s library more than three times the previous space, an additional 4,000 square feet of study and reading areas, over 2,500 square feet of added community meeting space, space for Indigenous ceremonies, a multi-story interactive digital simulation wall and more.  Renovations are planned to be completed in 2020, with Clark Builders acting as the General and Waiward Steel LP fabricating and erecting the structural steel.  This project is 620 Tons of Steel, connecting to the existing concrete skeleton, including an architecturally designed North Façade, Ramp Structure and modern Windows and Skylights.  Below is a rendering of the new design:

February 16, 2017

While our name isn’t in this article, the Alberta company Janet Lane is referring to in it is Waiward, and the competency management system Waiward developed is MODOS.

Waiward is now 4.5 million hours lost time injury free, and counting; truly world class results!

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December 20, 2016

Waiward Steel, an Edmonton steel fabrication and industrial construction firm, recently celebrated an impressive milestone. It achieved 4 million working labour-hours without a lost-time incident (LTI). That is equal to 2,000 employees working 2,000 hours per year. In this case, it was approximately 800 workers contributing more than 2,000 hours per year over two years… CLICK HERE for more detail.

October 18, 2016

Great coverage today in the Edmonton Journal on our Competency Program. It captures the power of realization, motivation, design, implementation and success.

This is being done through activating a company-wide culture of change. By embedding continuous learning within our culture and strategy we are able to provide a safer, more productive workplace along with a more competitive and profitable business.

http://edmontonjournal.com/business/energy/gary-lamphier-devastating-accidents-prompts-workplace-revolution-at-waiward-steel

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September 24, 2016

Today Waiward Steel LP is proud to confirm 4 Million Hours Lost Time Injury Free.  Congratulations to the entire Waiward team for this significant achievement.

In summary we have the following:

  • Construction LTI Free hours are 2,160,562;
  • Fabrication LTI Free hours are 1,854,122; and,
  • Waiward LTI Free hours are 4,014,684.

This success reflects our strong safety culture and our dedication to achieving high standards of safety in the workplace.  We are constantly working on improving our safety standards and our goal of being an incident-free workplace.

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September 9, 2016

Our Construction team has reached 2M man-hours LTI  (Lost Time Injury) Free.  Congratulations to our dedicated team on this impressive achievement!

The journey to this milestone began a few years back when the culture shifted on-site at Waiward.  Waiward created a competency program internally where we continually invest in our employees by providing the appropriate training and coaching on a daily basis. We do this to ensure everyone is successful within their position and with the tasks assigned to them. Proper training helps ensure that safety and quality are not compromised on any of our job sites. Planning and communication from the moment a bid for a job has been submitted, through to the site execution is a cornerstone to our success.

This major milestone was achieved by focusing on the development of our workforce and would not be possible without the ongoing dedication of our field staff to our competency program and our visions & values.

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July 11, 2016

The First & Second Bent have been safely erected in Northern BC for the Encana Towers Compressor Building. Great work team!

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June 24, 2016

We visited NorQuest College today to partake in some of their Aboriginal Day Celebrations. One of the pieces that stood out the most to us was the Redress collection by Arsan Buffin. The photographs themselves are beautiful, however; they become breathtaking when you know the story behind them.

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June 13, 2016

After competing for two weeks straight – Waiward finished up the 2016 Edmonton Corporate Challenge games with an overall first place win in our division. Corporate Challenge is a two week sport & recreation event with a focus on participation, sportsmanship, team building and fun! Corporate Challenge takes place over 16 days every spring. Venues throughout the city host 22 diverse sporting events including Orienteering, Eight Ball, Trivia and Golf. Desktop (1024x768)

May 27, 2016

Yesterday we pulled out the barbeques and started slinging burgers for a great cause. Employees raised $4,310, and Waiward matched all employee donations – bringing the BBQ total to $8,620! Which brings the current donation total for those affected by the Fort McMurray Fire to $29,310!

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May 4, 2016

Due to the current crisis in the Wood Buffalo Region, all inbound travel has been suspended. You will be contacted by a Travel Coordinator to arrange future travel, once more information becomes available.

For urgent inquiries please contact 780-215-0267

This page will be updated as new information becomes available.

April 12, 2016

Waiward’s Engineering Manager, Logan Callele will be presenting “Simplifying Tricky Connections” at the NASCC Steel Conference this Friday, April 15

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April 11, 2016

Waiward is pleased to announce that we have once again been named one of Canada’s Best Managed companies.  This is the 12th year that we have received the honour and are very excited to be a Platinum Club member once again.

Best Managed companies exhibit a number of common attributes that have helped them create sustained growth. We’re proud to receive this award not only because of the reputation it holds, but because it means others see us the same way we do.

CLICK HERE for more information about what it takes to be a Best Managed company.

 

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March 22, 2016

Waiward’s COO, Jim Kanerva, met with various Members of Parliament in Ottawa as a part of CISC’s Day on the Hill.

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March 11, 2016

Waiward Steel LP has marked another milestone:  we have achieved 3,000,000 working man-hours Lost Time Incident (LTI) free.  Waiward Steel takes great pride in this significant achievement as it is exemplary of all of our team members; from the field and shop working force, all the way up to our senior management team.

We are proud to have created a workforce culture that is just as excited at this milestone achievement as we are. We are proud to have developed and maintained a skilled workforce throughout the entire company, that has been the contributing factor to our success.

The record of 3 million man hours LTI free spans from all of our sites and is inclusive of our fabrication, field construction, drafting and office staff.  This is an incredible achievement in both the steel and oil & gas industry.

In an industry known for its inherent risks, we thank all of our divisions for committing to the Waiward way of thinking and reminding ourselves that safety is our top priority.

As we continue to develop as a company, we look to continuously improve our safety standards along the journey to our next milestone of 4 million man-hours LTI free.

March 1, 2016

We are proud to announce that Waiward has been awarded the IMPACT Project of the Year award in the Fabrication category for the North West Redwater (NWR) Sturgeon Refinery project. IMPACT is a joint labor-management trust that brings union Ironworkers and signatory contractors together to increase market share across the United States and Canada. Waiward has been involved in the NWR Sturgeon Refinery project since 2014 – from upfront engineering all the way through assembly, we fabricated approximately 10,600 tonnes of steel and assembled 20 non-process modules for this phase of the project. Waiward completed the approximately 220,000 shop fabrication hours Lost Time Injury (LTI) Free. Congratulations to both the Waiward & NWR teams.

 

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January 27, 2016

As of January 15th, Waiward has complied with the provisions of the Safety Codes Act, and is hereby authorized to perform work involving pressure vessels, boilers and pressure piping. This is part of Waiward’s initiative to diversify further its service offering. Congratulations to the Team!

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January 22, 2016

The Waiward Steel team, supported by FAM Canada at the Suncor site were awarded the Fort Hills Safety Leadership Award for the third time in 2015. This is a great achievement for our hard working crew. Congratulations to the team at the Fort Hills OPP Site!

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January 15, 2016

This past year our construction group worked over 1.2 Million hours – a record year and successfully hit 1 Million hours without a Lost Time Incident (LTI).  This, in addition to our 1 Million hours LTI free in our fabrication facility back in March; marks historic milestones for Waiward and something we are extremely proud of!

Today, still LTI free, we send out a BIG thank you to the entire #MyWaiward team!  Are You Ready?

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January 10, 2016

For the third year in a row – a brave group of volunteers braved the Fort McMurray winter for 24 hours during the Centre for Hope’s Subzero challenge. This event raises money for the Centre’s programs and brings awareness of the difficulties faced by Fort McMurray’s homeless. Waiward was proud to support Gary and Melody for team Waiward at this year’s challenge.

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