Fort McKay Group of Companies LP

Companies

Fort McKay Group of Companies provides real value to its clients, delivering cost-competitive goods and services, while maintaining the highest standards of safety and reliability. 

The company was first founded in 1986 and started with a single janitorial contract. Since then, FMGOC has aggressively grown to taken advantage of its close proximity to the oil sands and has become a strong partner to industry. The FMGOC offers a variety of services ranging from earthworks, site services, embedded equipment operators to reclamation support and logistics.

By delivering quality in a safe environment,  FMGOC has grown into a financially stable, multi-million dollar operation.

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Strategic Services

We offer diverse services to meet our client needs.

Strategic Services, a division of Fort McKay Group of Companies, offers a diverse set of services that deliver reliable and cost competitive advantages to its clients in the oil sands. Our expertise includes Earthworks, Site Services, Heavy Equipment, Fuel and Lube Services, Client Embedded Equipment Operators, and our Reclamation Support Services.



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Logistics

Providing high-quality services and products to companies of all sizes.

Fort McKay Logistics, a division of Fort McKay Group of Companies, is a certified ISO 9001:2015 company. Our quality management integrated supply chain service provides options for businesses - both big and small. We pick-up, warehouse, and deliver materials and equipment from anywhere in the world by truck, rail, marine, and air. Warehousing, Transportation, and Supply Chain.

Go to > FortMcKayLogistics.com



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Joint Ventures

Creating partnerships to build indigenous futures.

We are proud to be creating Joint Ventures with local Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal companies. These are stand-alone businesses that run independently with Fort McKay Group of Companies holding majority ownership overseeing operations through Board involvement.



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