More Saskatchewan Career Fairs!

April 2024
We will be back in Saskatchewan next week for 2 additional career fairs. Come meet with our recruiters to discuss current job opportunities in Saskatchewan. We’re hiring most mechanical trades, both Apprentices and Journeypeople!
Can’t join us in person, apply to our job postings online here.
  • Wednesday, April 24 - REGINA
    • 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
    • Mamaweyatitan Centre (3355 6 Ave, Regina)
  • Thursday, April 25 – GEORGE GORDON FIRST NATION
    • 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
    • George Gordon Education Centre
    • Lunch will be served

Upcoming Saskatchewan Career Fairs

March 2024
Come meet one of our recruiters in Saskatchewan!
Worley is attending several local career fairs in Saskatchewan in March. Come meet with our recruiters to discuss current and future job opportunities in Saskatchewan! We’re hiring most mechanical trades – Apprentices and Journeypeople!
  • Tuesday, March 5 – REGINA
    • Queensbury Convention Centre, Regina
    • 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
  • Thursday, March 7 – SASKATOON
    • TCU Place, Saskatoon
    • 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
  • Tuesday, March 12 – GEORGE GORDON FIRST NATION
    • George Gordon Education Centre
    • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
  • Wednesday, March 13 – MOOSE JAW POLYTECH
    • Saskatchewan Polytech Moose Jaw Campus
    • 9:30 am – 2:00 pm
  • Thursday, March 14 – REGINA POLYTECH
    • Saskatchewan Polytech Regina Campus
    • 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Women Building Futures Update

April 2023

Partnership continues to help women enter trade professions

After completing a successful training program last year that resulted in WorleyCord hiring nine pipefitters, we are continuing our partnership with Women Building Futures (WBF).

WorleyCord became an Employer of Choice with WBF in November 2022, after completing an assessment of our internal diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) practices. Becoming an employer of choice allows us to hire future WBF graduates, attract diverse talent, build sustainable community impact and showcase our commitment to diversity.

We are planning our next program in partnership with WBF to train an additional 12 apprentice pipefitters beginning in July 2023. Students will receive three weeks of in-class training before joining us at our Edmonton Module Yard for a week of hands-on training at the end of their program. Once training is complete, the apprentices will mobilize to our project sites mid-August 2023.

If you know someone interested in becoming a pipefitter, direct them to apply on the Women Building Futures website. The July class will be posted soon.

WorleyCord shining bright in solar

February 2023

WorleyCord is crrently leading nine solar projects in a growing market

Solar projects are a new market for WorleyCord, having started this work in 2022. And we aren’t letting grass grow, so to speak, as we have nine solar plant projects in the works for three customers.

On one project, in particular, our scope is full EPC delivery, and we are in the process of executing the detailed engineering design. The other eight projects are in the pre-permit stage with WorleyCord working on the requirements for the AESO and AUC permits, which will help position us to be the EPC contractor on the plants.

The project timelines vary, and all are expected to be in construction between spring 2024 and the end of 2025.

A team effort to power Alberta

WorleyCord isn’t alone in executing this work. We are collaborating with numerous industry-leading teams throughout Worley – including Advisian, Canada West, US East, London and Madrid – making this a truly global effort.

Together, these projects have about 750 megawatts of combined capacity. That’s enough to power around 200,000 typical homes in Alberta.

We are also looking at some options that include an “agrovoltaic” solution. If you read that term and think, “They are just making up words now.” You are not entirely wrong.

Agrovoltaic is a creative industry mashup to describe using the land around and under the solar panels for other agricultural purposes, such as crop production or livestock grazing. This is a creative way to increase the sustainability of the projects we execute. Plus, livestock grazing seems like an economical and easy way to keep the grass mowed!

Transferrable skills and global expertise

The renewable sector is growing in Alberta, and WorleyCord is strategically positioning ourselves in the renewable space as part of our drive toward sustainability. 

We have initially focused on the solar market as our existing skill set is readily transferrable to solar plant construction, making it a soft landing point for our construction teams. Coupled with our global technical expertise, we are quickly becoming a significant player in the growing Alberta solar market.

In other words, more solar projects are coming.

One customer, as an example of the opportunities ahead, is planning their investment in gigawatts and is intending to sole source that work to WorleyCord based on our performance with them.

As we expand into other energy transition market opportunities, we will demonstrate to our people and our customers that we have transferrable skills and global technical expertise to be a reliable and smart partner for their energy transition projects.

Building a good night's sleep

February 2023

It turns out that supporting the local community doesn’t just help us sleep better at night – it helps the community get a good night’s sleep, too.

WorleyCord partnered with Women Building Futures to construct beds with Sleep in Heavenly Peace – a local organization that provides a new bed, mattress and bedding to children who need them. We used the Edmonton training space of Women Building Futures and the help of their current Journeywoman Start program participants to construct the beds on January 6.

Our donation helped to purchase the material, mattresses and bedding for 15 twin-sized beds. And knowing that 15 more children will have a place to lay their heads ought to help us all rest a little easier at night, too.

WorleyCord awarded construction and fabrication MSA with Imperial Oil

February 2023
WorleyCord has been awarded a five-year master services agreement by Imperial Oil Resources Limited (Imperial) for ongoing construction and fabrication services related to Imperial’s Kearl oil sands processing facility in Alberta, Canada. WorleyCord is a fully integrated EPC contractor as well as a standalone general contractor and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Worley.

Under the agreement, WorleyCord will provide the offsite fabrication and module assembly from its Edmonton modularization yard and will provide construction services at the Kearl processing facility in the Fort McMurray area of Alberta. WorleyCord will incorporate robotic welding in fabrication and Microsoft’s HoloLensTM to facilitate safe and efficient remote site visits and inspections.

“Having worked together for more than 30 years, we are pleased to strengthen our relationship with Imperial by expanding our services to Kearl,” said Chris Ashton, Chief Executive Officer of Worley.

WorleyCord wins fabrication and construction services work on Emerson Creek Compressor Station

July 2022

WorleyCord, a wholly owned subsidiary of Worley, has been selected by NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd (NOVA), an affiliate of TC Energy, for a fabrication and construction services contract on NOVA’s Emerson Creek Compressor Station project in Alberta, Canada.

Under the two-year contract, WorleyCord, a fully integrated EPC contractor and a stand-alone general contractor, will provide fabrication and construction services for a compressor station. The station will tie into the Nova Gas Transmission Line (NGTL) which is a part of TC Energy’s network of natural gas pipelines supplying more than 25% of the natural gas consumed daily across North America. WorleyCord will incorporate robotic welding in fabrication as well as HoloLens technology to facilitate remote site visits and inspections. The compressor station is anticipated to be operational in 2024.

The services will be executed by WorleyCord’s Edmonton location with local execution at site.

Visit us at the Grande Prairie Job Fair - September 24!

July 2019
Are you a skilled tradesperson looking for local construction work? Join us at the Grande Prairie Job Fair noon till 6:00 pm on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at Grande Prairie’s Holiday Inn (South of the GPRC,  Holiday Inn,  9816 107 St, Grande Prairie, AB T8V 8E7)

Bring your resume and join a team that provides great benefits and a safe work environment. If you can't join us in person, please email your resume to

Cord receives TC Energy's first inaugural CEO Safety Leadership Award

June 2019
In May 2018, Cord began work fabricating and constructing a receipt meter station for TC Energy. Our team, led by Project Manager, Devin Sandor, and Construction Manager; Paul Paschinski, and Electrical Superintendent, Dylan Blais, completed the project in September 2018 on time and incident free.

Based on our team’s tremendous safety performance on this project, on March 22, 2019, we proudly received TC Energy's inaugural CEO Safety Leadership Award in the Contractor category.

Brad Van de Veen, President, Greenfield Construction, Modulization and Fabrication (pictured right) and Devin Sandor, Project Manager (pictured left), accepted the award on behalf of the team.

In a congratulatory letter from TC Energy, President and CEO Russ Girling (pictured center), writes, “In this inaugural year of the awards, there were dozens of nominations for the selection committee to consider. With safety as our number one value, merely having your name put forward by your peers is a testament to your exemplary dedication. In this worthy group of nominees, your efforts were deemed especially noteworthy and deserving of recognition… You are a role model for safety leadership and it is people like you who keep us all believing zero is real. Thank you for living the safety value.”

We received two separate nominations for this award, which stated: 

“Cord has an outstanding safety culture starting from the top of the company. I feel that the success of the company is the regular presence of management and the safety team in the field working alongside the foremen and laborers creating a constant and effective path of communication. Management takes suggestions from the workers daily on how to make the job site safer and implements their ideas into the daily activities. WPC has been able to maintain the same crew for multiple projects; this consistency has made it possible to build a solid safety culture within the team that buys into the safety values of both Cord and the client company. When new workers join the crew, the employees quickly make them feel as though they are part of the team and mentor the new worker to ensure they are following safe work practices. More importantly they create an atmosphere where new workers feel empowered and comfortable to ask questions.

…I would recommend Cord for future work with TC Energy and it would be a pleasure to work with them on another project.”

“Throughout the course of construction Cord was challenged with numerous unfavorable working conditions. With each change in dynamic, the team was quick to identify any hazards associated and implement an effective remedial action. A key component to Cord’s safety success is their ability to communicate amongst each other. Positive interactions between crews helped solidify relationships, cultivate safe work behavior and maintain overall site moral. Having continuous group involvement towards safety has encouraged new worker mentoring, while simultaneously keeping the more experienced employees engaged in the safety culture. Working with such an approachable, receptive group eliminated the feeling of apprehension in the event a safety intervention was required. Workers did not hesitate to return the favor if an unsafe act or condition was observed. Everyone involved with the project worked collaboratively to achieve a safe and incident free workplace.”

Congratulations to everyone who worked hard on the successful completion of this project. This award is for all of you! Your commitment to safety is second to none. Thank you for everything you do.

WorleyParsonsCord awarded EPC contract for Pipestone Processing Facility

February 2019
WorleyParsonsCord has been awarded an engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction (EPC) contract for the Pipestone Processing Facility in Alberta Canada by Encana Corporation (Encana). Keyera Partnership, a subsidiary of Keyera Corp, will own the Pipestone Processing Facility and provide processing services to Encana once the facility is complete.

Under the contract, WorleyParsonsCord will provide EPC services for the Pipestone Processing Facility, a 200 MMcf/day sour, shallow-cut gas plant with acid gas injection and 24,000 bbls/day of raw condensate processing capability.

This contract award follows the completion of several recent projects by WorleyParsonsCord for Encana, including fabrication and construction of the Tower Gas Plant, the Saturn Gas Plant and the North Central Liquids Hub.

“We are pleased to be awarded this contract by Encana and look forward to continuing our relationship and delivering this important project.” said Andrew Wood, Chief Executive Officer of WorleyParsons.
For more information, contact Mark Trueman, Director Planning & Investor Relations on +61 2 8456 7256 or at


WorleyParsonsCord helps brings virtual reality pilot project to Red Deer College

February 2017
Thanks to a partnership between Red Deer College, Montana First Nation and WorleyParsonsCord, on  February 2, 2017, Red Deer College launched the Virtual Reality and Co-operative Trades – The Next Generation Program. The program offers Aboriginal students the opportunity to develop the skills and experience needed for careers in welding. The program is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Flexibility and Innovation in Apprenticeship Technical Training (FIATT) program.

The program is separated into two groups of 25 students; the first group began their training in October 2016. “It’s awesome. Everyday just get up ready, go to class and use the virtual welders. It’s good hands-on skills that it teaches you,” said Eric Crier, a welding student from the Montana First Nation.

WorleyParsonsCord is the industry partner of the virtual reality welding program, and, starting this month, we will be providing work placement opportunities for three of the program’s first group of students.

“The partnership and support from WorleyParsonsCord is valuable to us and sincerely appreciated,” wrote Michael Donlevy, Vice President, Enterprise and Community Relations at Red Deer College. “We are very confident in the potential for success of our students in their upcoming work placements, including those who will be working on WorleyParsonsCord sites. The next group has now started their training as well and the demand for openings is encouraging – with truly remarkable numbers!”

 “The Program’s innovative approach to apprenticeship training could strongly influence the future of apprenticeship training in Canada. WorleyParsonsCord is proud to be a partner in this leading industry pilot program,” stated Kristie Schroeder, HR Director, WorleyParsonsCord.  “We look forward to continuing our long standing relationship with Red Deer College, building new connections with the Montana First Nation and most importantly seeing the students successful in their welding careers.”

WorleyParsonsCord named official Partner in Injury Reduction

January 2017
We are proud to announce WorleyParsonsCord has joined a distinguished group of partners in the Government of Alberta’s Partnership in Injury Reduction Program.

​The Government of Alberta’s Partnership in Injury Reduction Program promotes health and safety through partnerships with safety associations, industry groups, educational institutions and labour organizations. By entering a formal agreement with the Alberta government, this partnership exemplifies and formalizes our dedication to leadership in health and safety.

Edmonton module yard steps up for Stollery Week

August 2016
Through the generosity of our employees, our Edmonton Module Yard team donated $25,000 to the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation during this year’s Stollery Week. Pat Lavin, director of modules, made the donation live on The Bear’s radio show.

This donation will pay for one of 10 non-invasive breathing machines for babies at the Stollery. This type of respiratory support uses nasal prongs or a mask to help babies breathe, preventing the need for intubation in many cases. These machines will help moms to start breastfeeding earlier, allow both parents skin-to-skin contact without worrying about dislodging a breathing tube, and reduce the risk of infection and the development of chronic lung disease.

Over the past ten years, our mod yard team has raised a total of $120,000 for the much loved children’s charity. We couldn’t be more proud of our crew - way to go team!  

Edmonton module yard use their skills to support local children’s charity

July 2016

WorleyParsonsCord’s Edmonton module yard are longtime supporters of The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation. Each year they host fundraising events to raise vital funds for the local organization. This year, Pat Lavin, module yard director had something different in mind, he wanted the yard’s team to use their talent to build something monumental for the much-loved children’s charity.

“About two years ago we asked Stollery President & CEO Mike House if there was something we could build for the Stollery,” Pat recalled. “After some consideration, he told us they would really like a float that they could use as a promotional tool for events across Alberta.” At last year’s annual Stollery Children’s Foundation Radiothon, on behalf of WorleyParsonsCord Pat committed to building a Stollery Float. 

The WorleyParsonsCord Edmonton module yard team quickly began working with the Stollery on the concept and design while contacting suppliers for support. Myshak, City Lumber and  Norpoint all stepped up to help out too.

The float made its maiden voyage at the Edmonton K-days parade on July 22, 2016. 


Blackfalds Module Yard Receives Accolade for Outstanding Performance

July 2016
In June 2016, The Blackfalds Module Yard received recognition from one of Alberta’s leading refinery customers.
The award recognized the project team for their outstanding performance for a module project that was delivered on schedule despite a challenging timeline. The customer celebrated the teams’ safe, proficient and timely execution, and delivered a plaque to enable them to observe the achievement for years to come.
Jean Gagnon, Director of Modules at Blackfalds believes it was our collaborative approach that enhanced the project delivery schedule, “We always enjoy working with the WorleyParsons’ Engineering Team, and for this particular project it enabled us to showcase the efficiencies that can be achieved”.

Mustard Seed’s annual Easter Eggstravaganza celebration

March 2016
More than 100 families enjoyed the Mustard Seed’s annual Easter Eggstravaganza in Edmonton on Saturday, March 26. Many children who may not have otherwise had an opportunity to celebrate Easter got to participate in fun activities and enjoy some lovely treats.

“This event would not have been possible without our sponsor WorleyParsonsCord, and the more than 30 volunteers and staff who gave their time,” said the Mustard Seed. “We are so grateful to our Edmonton community for coming together to make the Easter Eggstravaganza an unforgettable afternoon. Thank you!”
To explore the event check out CTV News Edmonton’s news feature

International Women's Day - March 8, 2016

March 2016

Happy International Women's Day! A team at our Edmonton Module Yard pledged, "We value women and men's contribution equally at our Edmonton Mod Yard." #pledgeforparity 


Trades Night @ Ooks Hockey

January 2016
On January 30, 2016, WorleyParsonsCord proudly sponsored NAIT’s first Alumni Trades Night. Nearly 100 trades alumni, students and guests cheered on the Men's Ooks Hockey team to a 6-2 victory against the MacEwan Griffins.
“WorleyParsonsCord is a proud partner of NAIT, and we are honoured to sponsor this exciting event,” said Pat Lavin during a speech at the event. “The quality of training and education NAIT offers our industry’s current and future tradespeople is second-to-none. As industrial construction leaders, the development of apprentices into journeyman is a critical part of our business, and we thank NAIT for their ongoing dedication to educational excellence.”
To learn more about the trades and technology programs offered by NAIT visit their trades and technology school.

NAIT Career Fair 2016

January 2016

The WorleyParsonsCord Group is excited to meet NAIT students at the NAIT Career Fair 2016. If you are interested in learning about the opportunities available with our leading industrial construction team, visit us on January 19 at booth 28 located in the gym.

As industry leaders in safety and quality, the WorleyParsonCord Group offers an unmatched work environment. Our goal of achieving zero harm to people and assets - as well as zero environmental incidents - is embedded into everything we do. We are always on the lookout for talented skilled tradespeople and professionals who will thrive in helping us maintain this goal, so if this matches you come by booth 28 and say hi.

Let us know if you will be joining us here.

WorleyParsonsCord and Flames Foundation Refurbish an Outdoor Rink

October 2015
On September 30 WorleyParsonsCord and the Calgary Flames Foundation offically unveiled a refurbished outdoor rink to the southeast Calgary community of Queensland. WorleyParsonsCord and the Calgary Flames Foundation worked to modernize and substantially upgrade the outdoor rink, including the installation of a new concrete curb, a dasher board system, an equipment ramp and chain-link fencing.To mark the official unveiling representatives from both organizations were in attendance, including Calgary Flames alumnus Rhett Warrener to sign autographs. The Flames KidsClub - Club Flames was on site with box hockey and games for the kids. Community members and students from neighbouring schools were invited to enjoy an autograph session, giveaways and street hockey.     
“WorleyParsonsCord is always proud to support the communities we operate in and partnering with the Flames Foundation for Life on this project has been another great opportunity for us to demonstrate this organizational passion,” says Brad Van de Veen, president and general manager of WorleyParsonsCord, “We hope the rink will continue to play an important role in the community of Queensland and that it will provide many happy moments for everyone who uses it.” 

RDC Trades Students Receive WorleyParsonsCord Scholarships

July 2015
This past June WorleyParsonsCord awarded four Red Deer College (RDC) trades pre-employment students each with a $2,500 scholarship. The students were awarded their scholarships by WorleyParsonsCord Group team members and RDC representatives. 

All four trades students thanked WorleyParsonsCord for our continued support of our industry`s next generation of skilled trades workers. Congratulations to all four inaugural winners of the WorleyParsonsCord Trades Pre-Employment Scholarships.

WorleyParsonsCord Honoured for Safety Milestone

March 2015
At WorleyParsonsCord, we strive for our OneWay goal of zero harm to people, assets and the environment throughout all our operations. We’re proud to say that this goal was recently achieved on our site and module yard work with Nexen Energy. Nexen recently hit 10 million man hours worked without a Lost Time Incident in Oil Sands Project Development and Execution.

WorleyParsonsCord received a plaque in honour of our contribution to that milestone, which began two-and-a-half years ago. As a leading industrial construction organization, we recognize that safety is of the upmost importance on all the work we perform. Congratulations to Nexen on this important milestone and to everyone in the WorleyParsonsCord Group whose work made it possible to achieve this HSE success.

The Sweetest Way to Give Back

February 2015
WorleyParsonsCord Group team members raised over $400 for The Mustard Seed over the past two weeks through our Valentine's Candy Grams fundraiser. The initiative not only allowed our team members to show their appreciation for co-workers, but also supported this great cause.

In total, 420 candy grams - which included a variety of Valentine's chocolates and sweets - were purchased at one dollar a piece and delivered to recipients at our Main Office in Edmonton. At WorleyParsonsCord, our team is always looking at innovative ways to give back to the community and are always pleased to support a great organization like The Mustard Seed.  

Worleyparsonscord Enters 10-Year Agreement with NAIT

November 2014
 On Tuesday, October 21,WorleyParsonsCord officially announced our 10-year, $1-million investment agreement with the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT). WorleyParsonsCord will receive a mix of promotional opportunities aimed at NAIT students, alumni and partners and two laboratories – one at Souch Campus and one at Patricia Campus – will be named in recognition of WorleyParsonsCord’s investment.

Shane Allen, director of construction, made the declaration on behalf of WorleyParsonsCord and spoke about the natural collaboration between the two organizations. "Whether it's at our Main Office, our yards, or our numerous site locations across western Canada, WorleyParsonsCord has NAIT alumni on our team, helping us achieve the work we set out to do," he said. "We hope this investment will allow NAIT students to continue to receive the absolute best training and preparation to enter Alberta's workforce."

WorleyParsonsCord World's Longest Indoor Soccer Game

October 2014
This past Thanksgiving Day long weekend, the WorleyParsonsCord World’s Longest Indoor Soccer Game raised $57,000 for the Alberta Cancer Foundation and broke the world record for the longest indoor game ever played. Two WorleyParsonsCord team members were part of the group of 48 players who spent 48 hours on the pitch at Millennium Place in Sherwood Park, shattering the previous record of 33 hours.

Between this recent indoor match, a 33-hour match in 2008 and another 66-hour match in 2012 – also a WorleyParsonsCord-sponsored event that remains a world record to this day – the group has raised around $200,000 for the Alberta Cancer Foundation.  

Our New Edmonton Module Yard

October 2014
Friday, September 19, 2014 marked an important day for WorleyParsonsCord. That was the day we officially celebrated the Grand Opening of our new 63-acre Edmonton Module Assembly Yard (EDMY) in Aurum Energy Park. This new yard will play massive role in our modular construction operations moving forward, giving us the capacity to produce over 600 modules every year.

During our grand opening, attendees also heard from Mike House, CEO of the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation, praising WorleyParsonsCord for our continued support, which included a 50/50 draw during the event that raised nearly $5,000 for the organization. Thank you to everyone who came out to take part in celebrating this next step for WorleyParsonsCord and to everyone who made this new yard possible. 

WorleyParsonsCord Earns Prestigious Safety Award from Transcanada

September 2014
Safety is a top priority at WorleyParsonsCord as we continue our OneWay™ to zero harm to people, assets and the environment. Our world-class safety practices were recently recognized by TransCanada as the company awarded WorleyParsonsCord with the Gold Vice-President Safety Award for our site-service work on TransCanada’s Keystone Pipeline project in Hardisty, Alberta.

Keystone Pipeline’s leadership team selected WorleyParsonsCord based on overall alignment with TransCanada’s safety culture and project performance in several leading and lagging safety metrics. Brad Van de Veen, WorleyParsonsCord senior vice president and general manager, accepted the prestigious honour from Corey Goulet, TransCanada’s president of Keystone Pipeline, and was proud of everyone who helped make this award possible.

WorleyParsonsCord Donates Welding Equipment To Local Schools

July 2014
Students in industrial programs at Leduc Composite High School and Wetaskiwin Composite High School will be able to train in arc gouging for the first time thanks to WorleyParsonsCord.
Both schools recently received a Miller Gold Star 452 stick welding machine - that generally costs around $4,600 brand new - from WorleyParsonsCord's Fab Shop in Edmonton. The stick welding machines are unique compared to the others at the schools because they give the students greater machine power to perform a distinct type of work.

Blackfalds Annual Golf Tournament Helps the Community

July 2014
The Blackfalds Module Yard held its annual Golf Tournament  and raised over $4,500 for local charities and organizations in the process. The money raised during the event distributed to four different local organizations in the Blackfalds community: the Blackfalds Food Bank, Blackfalds Back to School Program - which provides school supplies to children who need assistance, the Blackfalds Library Summer Reading Program and the Blackfalds Bike Rodeo - an organization that teaches children safe bike-riding skills. 
In addition to the golf, participants were also treated to breakfast and dinner where the winning raffle ticket owners received donated prizes in support of these important organizations and initiatives in the Blackfalds community.

Child Life Programs Receive Large Donation

March 2014

The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation is $12,000 richer thanks to the efforts of WorleyParsonsCord employees at our Edmonton Module Yards and Fabrication Shop. Pat Lavin, director of modules at the Edmonton Module Yards took to the airwaves and made the cash donation to the Stollery during a ‘radiothon’ by three local morning radio shows – The Bear, 104.9 Virgin Radio and Team 1260.

Since 2008, the Edmonton Module Yards and Fabrication Shop have raised over $43,000 for the annual Stollery Week donation drive.


We Are Proud Big Brothers and Big Sisters

February 2014
This year marks the fourth year that employees from WorleyParsonsCord and other WorleyParsons locations in Edmonton have supported the Boys & Girls Club Big Brothers Big Sisters program in the Edmonton area.

Our employees are proud to volunteer as mentors under the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. After a successful first year in 2009, the in-house pilot mentorship program was made permanent. It brings 'Littles' to their mentors' workplace. 'Littles' are bussed to WorleyParsonsCord offices where they connect with their partnered 'Bigs.' This gives volunteers more time and flexibility to connect and mentor their younger counterparts. United Way has featured our role in this initiative in its WE magazine.

Blackfalds Module Yard Wins United Way Award

February 2014
The WorleyParsonsCord team at our Blackfalds Mod Yard in central Alberta has been presented with the United Way of Central Alberta Significant Growth Award.

The award recognizes Blackfalds’ substantial increase in fundraising during the 2013 United Way Campaign. The team raised over $10,000 during the campaign.

$21,000 Raised For Calgary Flood Relief

August 2013

Employees at two WorleyParsonsCord locations in Alberta raised over $20,000 to aid the City of Calgary’s flood relief efforts.

The donated money was presented to the Canadian Red Cross Flood Relief Fund. The employees - some of whom are located at a client site in Fort McMurray - found a way to have a good time while raising the funds. They organized a 50/50 draw at one project site and had pies thrown at their faces at the other location.