Michels Canada expands headquarters in Nisku, Alberta

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Michels Canada recently doubled the size of its headquarters in Nisku, Alberta, to reflect its commitment to serving customers and continuing its growth in Canada.
  The expansion project transformed Michels’ 3,600-square-foot office building and 7,500-square-foot shop into a two-story structure with 6,900 square feet of office space and a 10,500-square-foot shop. The facility was strategically designed to be flexible, collaborative and environmentally efficient.
  Located near Edmonton, the expanded facility and yard is a convenient hub for Michels’ operations throughout Canada. Michels provides reliable, advanced construction services to a variety of markets, including oil and gas, communications, heavy civil, power delivery, and sewer and water. Most notably, Michels has successfully built mainline pipeline of all sizes and complexities throughout Canada’s remote wilderness, oil sand mines and urban areas. Additionally, Michels is a recognized leader in trenchless construction methodologies, including horizontal directional drilling, Direct Pipe and tunneling.
  The technologically advanced Nisku facility is decorated with Canadian Aboriginal art to reflect Michels Canada’s culture. In deference to Michels Canada’s connection to Michels Corporation, the facade and accents throughout the building are made from 45,000 pounds of red granite imported from one of Michels Corporation’s quarries in its home state of Wisconsin. The same granite adorns Michels Corporation’s headquarters.