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Quinn nabs deal for Husky work

Quinn Contracting Ltd. has secured a three-year contract for work on Husky Energy Inc.’s Sunrise Energy Project.

The Blackfalds company announced on Wednesday that it will assist with the commissioning, start-up and maintenance of the oilsands processing facility 60 km northeast of Fort McMurray. The contract is Quinn’s first in that region.

“This is an important contract for our company for a number of reasons,” said Paul Chapin, director of business development with Quinn.

We recognize that this client is putting their faith and trust in us with their brand new facility.

Husky was extremely particular with their selection of a contractor for this facility, and we’re very pleased to be able to support them with our expertise as a leader in this field.

“This is also important because it furthers our market penetration as a thermal production facility contractor.”

Quinn has a long working relationship with Husky, including 40 years of support for Husky’s Ram River Gas Plant near Rocky Mountain House.

The company’s work under the Sunrise Energy contract will begin in March. It is currently recruiting workers.

Employees are expected to be on site for one week and then home for a week, with flights available to and from Edmonton, and Calgary if needed.



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