Northern Mat & Bridge LP (“NMB”) is pleased to announce that it has completed the purchase of the winter access assets of Dawn Patrol Energy Rentals (“Dawn”). The acquisition includes snow making guns and fans, snow cats and other assets. NMB is excited about the addition of this complimentary service line to our traditional access matting products and services in order to provide our clients with year round access
1) Is mat strength more important than flexibility? When it comes to access matting, it is important to understand that strength cannot only be measured in pounds of pressure. Because access mats (aka swamp mats) are used to cross rugged terrain, a significant amount of flexibility or deflection, is needed for the mat to conform to uneven surfaces as trucks and equipment drive along the matting right-of-way. 2) Will you be working
This year the Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) recognized Northern Mat and Bridge (NMB) for their outstanding commitment to the health and safety of both their employees and all other employees who work in the construction industry. The ACSA presented Northern Mat & Bridge with awards in two categories: The Trailblazer and The Pacesetter. The Trailblazer Award is given to a company who demonstrates a commitment to the promotion of
Canada is in the midst of change when it comes to its electricity infrastructure. Many electricity assets are reaching their expiration dates and need to be replaced, but with the concerns associated with global warming, the impact of our critical electrical infrastructure is certainly being considered. 2016 is the year when the power, transmission, and distribution industry will make viable changes to modernize our electricity system for the future generations.
From the West Coast, through the Prairies and onto the East Coast, wind energy is quickly becoming a powerful resource in Canada. It was only last year (2015) that 36 new energy projects were installed in Canada, which totalled 1,506 MW, making Canada the sixth in the world for the amount of capacity, as reported by Canada Wind Energy Association. Come the end of 2015, Canada finished with more than