CMR is a 100% Indigenous-owned mechanical general contractor that boasts an established pipe fabrication and module assembly division, with a primary focus on the Western Canadian resource industry including Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, Power, and Pulp & Paper related projects.
CMR was incorporated in 2001 and is locally owned and operated in Central Alberta, servicing all of Western Canada. CMR’s corporate and fabrication and module assembly is ideally positioned to efficiently serve all of the Western Provinces, while being able to maintain a strong, highly qualified and dedicated workforce.
CMR is a leader in the fabrication and module assembly industry, with a primary focus on working with Oil, Gas and Petro Chemical related projects. What started in 2001 as a fabrication facility with 4 employees has grown to a peak of 120 employees across Western Canada.
CMR is a firm believer in investing in innovation and advanced technology to offer industry leading processes. Our culture and experience allows us to solve problems and offer the right solutions.
CMR is striving for excellence by delivering quality products on schedule.
CMR is dedicated to quality and continuous process improvement for both customers and employees. Our responsibility is to ensure that through established standards and measurements, the level of quality at CMR matches or exceeds our customers’ expectations.
We develop quality awareness through process improvements, training, measurements, and development of our employees.
Quality is an integral part of our commitment to a successful project execution.
ABSA Certified for ASME B31.1 Power Piping
ABSA Certified for ASME 31.1 Boiler Piping
ABSA Certified for ASME B31.3 Process Piping
ABSA Certified for ASME B31.5 Refrigeration Piping
Weld Procedures Registered to CSA Z662
CWB Certified to CSA Standard W47.1
Health, Safety and Environmental Managment
CMR's Occupational Health and Safety Program is aimed at prevention through promotion of individual employee wellness, awareness, training, and the enforcement of safe work procedures.
The object of our organization’s Health and Safety Program is to implement measures to reduce or eliminate health hazards and personal injury in the workplace. The active involvement, cooperation, and support of all CMR employees in workplace health and safety is essential within our system.
WE BELIEVE THAT
All injuries can be prevented.
Each employee is expected to work safely and is fully responsible for his or her personal safety performance as well as those around them.
Management/supervision is responsible for providing a safe work environment and preventing injuries.
Safety precautions necessary to protect both personnel and equipment must be addressed prior to starting every job or activity.
Ongoing and regular training is essential for the development of safe work habits.
Employee participation and input is encouraged and management will consult with employees regarding safety issues, as well as respond to ideas, questions, or concerns regarding safety.