Les Arnett and Ray Burgess form Arnett & Burgess Pipeliners Ltd.
Les becomes a founding member of the Canadian Gas Association.
Building new energy infrastructure across the prairies
Ray sells his business interest to Les to pursue an opportunity in Australia.
Opportunity and growth while the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin’s complexities are discovered.
Arnett & Burgess establishes permanent roots in Sedgewick, Alberta.
Challenging times for the sector where survival is hard earned.
Technology coupled with entrepreneurial spirit imprint an ethic and team with the tools for the next century.
Arnett & Burgess outgrows its Sedgewick offices, securing new land and builds new offices as a long-term commitment to its community.
Arnett & Burgess reaches the milestone of 500,000 metres of construction per year
Arnett & Burgess becomes the first company in Canada to complete a Flexpipe installation.
The company celebrates its 50th Anniversary.
Arnett & Burgess opens its field office in Athabasca, Alberta.
A&B opens its field office in Regina, Saskatchewan to service the pipeline integrity and construction industry.
A&B joins forces with the Quanta Services’ (NYSE: PWR) family of companies. This shift allows A&B to leverage the resources within the largest pipeline and powerline contractor in North America.
Arnett & Burgess Pipeliners (Rockies) LLC is established to service the Northern Rockies & North Dakota Bakken infrastructure needs.
A&B celebrates its 60th Anniversary; A&B expands its Grande Prairie office to Wembley, Alberta. A&B expands with an office in Fort St. John.
A&B is presented with awards synergistic with our core values of Quality – CEPA Foundation Quality Award, Safety – Quanta Services “Wilson Yancey Safety Professional of the Year Award” and Innovation – Canada’s Top 40 Under 40