We are Western Canada’s leader in E&I maintenance, renewables/solar, major projects, combustion & emissions reductions, and measurement.
In 2021, we acquired Exile Automation to grow our core services in automation, manufacturing, and telecommunications as a dominant division of CDN and to position ourselves as your full-service provider. It’s all part of the CDN Advantage.
THE CDN STORY
A new head office is established in Calgary, Alberta, as the Grande Prairie branch becomes the hub of operation.
Halfway River-CDN Controls, a majority-owned Indigenous business, is established, marking CDN’s first formal Indigenous partnership.
2014 AND 2015
CDN is recognized as one of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in Alberta.
The Grande Prairie office moves into the state-of-the-art building it occupies today.
A new CDN branch opens in Grande Cache, AB.
Dalco Instruments & Electrical is acquired, opening CDN to British Colombia with a new branch in Fort St John, BC.
A formal partnership with Kelly Lake Cree Nation is established.
CDN receives the PAR Committed certification from the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.
A new CDN branch opens in Edmonton, AB.
A new CDN branch opens in Kitimat, BC.
A formal partnership with Aseniwuche Winewak Nation is established.
CDN releases its first Environmental Social Governance report, a voluntary public disclosure of its commitment to excellence. We are the first in our service sector to do so — and we continue to do so annually.
CDN celebrates turning 10 years old!
A formal partnership with Kitsumkalum First Nation is established.
The Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business certifies CDN as PAR Committed Phase II.
CDN enters the solar/renewable space with the merger and acquisition of Inphase Electric & Controls in Brooks.
CDN acquires Calgary-based Exile Automation to increase our market dominance in the automation space.
A formal partnership with Paul First Nation is established.
A formal partnership with Tsuut'ina Nation is established. The vision to have a strong Indigenous partner in all areas of CDN operations is achieved.
The Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business certifies CDN as PAR Committed Phase III. We are one of 40 Canadian Businesses to hold this advanced level of certification.
*Current as of July 2023
VP, SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Starting as CDN’s first HSE manager, Kyle was instrumental in helping CDN obtain its first-ever COR certification. Kyle now specializes in supply chain and manages CDN’s complete procurement program, overseeing all materials, supply, vendor negotiations, parts, and CDN’s full fleet of assets. With 17 years of industry experience, Kyle has played an integral role in building CDN’s internal operations and continues to be an invaluable team member. A proud veteran, Kyle served in our Canadian military.