Paul Conrad has built his business – and his life – around a simple concept: treat others the way you want to be treated and that good will come back to you. It’s a karmic perspective that influences everything he does, from the wells he drills and the service he offers, to how sees his role in the protection of ground water, and how he works with other businesses and people in his community.
It might have been a well-chosen date that secured the success of John and Carol Larson’s business. But it’s more likely their hard work, creativity and pride in a job well done that did the trick.
March 31, Surrey, B.C. – Canadian engineer Ray Roussy recently accepted an award from the Mining Technology Hall of Fame for development and commercialization of sonic drilling technology for use in exploration.
We’re in the well-drilling business. We’re all nuts,” jokes Kevin Constable about Fred Constable and Son, the business his grandfather – that’s Fred – started in Maple, Ont., back in the mid-1940s.
Nov. 10, 2014, Surrey, B.C. – Canadian engineer Ray Roussy will be inducted into the International Mining Hall of Fame for his development and commercialization of sonic drilling technology.
Typically oil and water don’t mix. But for drillers, one career might just stir them together. For Ralph Jacobs, his penchant for drilling took him offshore for oil but ultimately brought him back to the land of water.
Stauber Drilling is a Saskatchewan-based drilling company with a long history.
In 2007, with a leap of faith and more than 35 years of combined industry experience, Derek Kokkinen and Scott Armstrong decided to delve into the world of business ownership by starting D & S Water Well Service in Uxbridge, Ont.
CAF-FCA webinar: Future of Apprenticeship: Welcoming Workplaces
September 20, 2017
OGWA golf fundraiser for Fleming scholarships
October 1-4, 2017
GSA Annual Meeting
October 22-25, 2017
World Water-Tech North America
November 2-3, 2017