IPAC Partners with Aseniwuche Development Corporation
According to IPAC President and CEO, Ron Ward, “We welcome this partnership because it strengthens our commitment to maintain positive and reciprocal relationships with Indigenous businesses and communities.”
The Aseniwuche Winewak Nation (AWN) was incorporated in 1994 and represents the six Aboriginal communities in the Grande Cache area. In working towards meeting the Nation’s vision and values, AWN incorporated Aseniwuche Development Corporation in 1998. Aseniwuche Development Corporation is a well-established and progressive business providing services in Grande Cache and surrounding areas including South to Hinton and Jasper, North to Grande Prairie and East to Fox Creek. Their assets include shop facilities with state of the art fabrication and manufacturing equipment, maintenance and mechanical bays and a painting booth.
Aseniwuche Development Corporation and IPAC Services share a number of similar service offerings to industry resource sectors including oil and gas, petro-chemical, utilities, pulp and paper, wood products, forestry and mining. Aseniwuche Development Corporation looks forward to the added support and infrastructure IPAC will provide, which in turn will increase their capabilities to complete larger and more demanding projects for existing and new clients.
Services extended via this agreement will include fabrication, mechanical facility construction, pipeline maintenance and integrity, crew truck maintenance, scaffolding, insulation and abrasive blasting and painting and fleet maintenance.
IPAC Services’ history and 29 years of experience as a general contractor in Western Canada, along with their business development and estimating services based out of Calgary, will continue to provide the quality services their clients have come to expect.
For resource developers working within and outside of AWN’s Traditional Lands, ADC workers are a vital asset. Their cultural and traditional knowledge of the environment, wildlife and history of the land give them an innate understanding of natural systems. The community is invested in the land and this shows when work is completed with respect for generations past and done to benefit generations to come.
IPAC Services and Aseniwuche Development Corporation look forward to working with their clients on future projects.
For more information contact:
IPAC Services Corporation Aseniwuche Development Corporation
Ron Ward, President and CEO Wayne Gienger, Operations Manager
Tel: 780-532-7350 Tel: 780-827-9670