Kentech have commenced operations in Canada in 2018 building on a reputation as a global leader in technical field services for over 25 years. Our management team based in Calgary has extensive experience working for and on behalf of major and independent oil and gas companies in the Canadian Oil Sands and across the world.

Kentech intends to offer this expertise through our functional centre of excellence which consists of multi-discipline subject matter experts who have successfully planned and guided the commissioning and start-up of some of the most complex projects in our industry. Using our commissionability™ process, a balance score card mechanism for internal audit and performance evaluation we can establish if a project is following best practice commissioning performance milestones.

Kentech has a proven track record in developing and fostering relationships with local and aboriginal businesses alike and will serve the Canadian market sharing this ethos. Out mantra is to ‘Think Global and Hire Local’ and to become an integral part of the communities we work in. Our strategy is to secure our project support personnel from our extensive network across Canada and to serve our clients with a material commitment to the preservation of health, safety and the environment from our regional head office in Calgary, Alberta.

Our Certifications & Memberships in Canada include;

ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001: 2015 & OHSAS 18001:2007; ACSA; COR TLC; Avetta; ISNetworld

Kentech is well positioned to support our clients in Canada delivering our core capabilities through three specialised service lines:

  • Specialist Technical Solutions (STS): focused on support services for both Op Ex and Cap Ex phases of investment. Read more about Kentech STS Services.
  • Construction & Hook-Up (CHU): focused on EI&T works on large scale capital investment projects. Read more about Kentech CHU Services.
  • Turnaround, Maintenance & Modifications (TMM): focused on multi-discipline operational programs. Read more about Kentech TMM Services.

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