Excellence All The Way Down The Line.
A CANADIAN PIPELINE COMPANY
THE VIKING DIFFERENCE
COMMITMENT ALL THE WAY DOWN THE LINE.
At Viking Projects Ltd, our Vision and our Values are what drive us everyday. We believe they also separate us from our competition. We’re focused on providing excellence in all we do. We’re open, honest and easy to deal with. We pride ourselves in delivering work of the highest quality.
Our Vision is to be the preferred mid-sized provider of pipeline and facility construction for oil and gas clients in Alberta and western Canada.
TEAMWORK ALL THE WAY DOWN THE LINE
Problem solving is in our DNA. We know the biggest problems are solved when you work together as a team. When we first started Viking Projects Ltd, our goal was to always work hard to be the best at constructing pipelines and facilities.
We know the pressures that you are under and our team is all about getting the job done quickly and perfectly, no matter the conditions. Part of our success comes from working in a small community. That’s where you learn what the value of teamwork is all about. We consider our co-workers and our clients members of the Viking team. We’re with you from design to production-here to help you succeed.
SAFETY ALL THE WAY DOWN THE LINE
WHO ARE YOU BEING SAFE FOR?
OUR PEOPLE, OUR PARTNERS, OUR ENVIRONMENT.
There are a lot of pipeline companies. While every pipeline may look the same they are not. Not by a long shot. Viking Projects focuses on what matters most: safety for our people, for our partners and the environment we share.
What makes Viking Projects Ltd. different from our competitors?
We are a family! We help those who are down, we encourage each other, we learn from our mistakes and we get through the tough times together! We have a common goal. Safety all the way down the line means that we are in this together, no one gets left behind, we work hard until the job is done right and no one gets hurt! What this means for our Clients is that they get the utmost value of service from a team of people that care about what we do, the people we work with and the service we provide!
Vice President HSE
VIKING PROJECTS LTD. ORIGINAL INITIATIVES
Trees For Bees combines Viking Projects’ focus on our carbon neutral goal and shares that focus to help educate and create healthy food sources for bees. Bee populations have been struggling in past years due to a lack of healthy food sources. Their number one healthy food source is flowering trees and shrubs.
Heilsa is the Viking term for a state of well-being or balance; including; Physical, Mental, and Social well-being. Wellness and culture were important to the Vikings to be efficient, effective, strong, and resilient. We wanted to create a wellness and culture program that was built by Vikings, for Vikings. By creating our wellness program in-house, it allows us the option to be inclusive in the programs, tools, and support we provide to our teams
To learn more about Viking Projects Original Initiatives, visit our Sustainability page.
THE FOUNDING VIKINGS
JASON HALBERG, ROB WILSON, PAXTON MORRISON
Our identity comes from our belief in teamwork, in family and in helping our community. We are based in Lacombe, Alberta, with offices in Calgary, Alberta, Swift Current, Saskatchewan & Fort St. John, British Columbia. Viking was founded in 2007.
Viking Projects Ltd. acknowledges we have the privilege to work, live and form cultural learning and understanding relationships with the Treaty Territories of Treaty 6, the motherland of Maskwacis Nehiyaw, Niitsitapi, Nakoda and Dene. Treaty 4, the motherland of Cree, Assiniboine and Saulteaux. Treaty 8, the motherland of Sicannie (Sikanni), Slavey, Beaver (Dunne-za), Cree, and Saulteau, in direct relation to our office locations across Western Canada. We acknowledge that our work will be within other Treaty areas and Indigenous communities.
We look forward to building relationships with each Indigenous Community within our scope of work across Western Canada.
We honour the land and the Indigenous Peoples whose footprints have marked these lands immemorial. Whose history, art, culture, language and traditions continue to influence communities, and whose voices remind us of the importance of seeking knowledge and truth.