SICIM Partnership

Steel River & SICIM Partnership

SICIM, a Global EPC contractor, and Steel River Solutions, an Indigenous-owned construction company, have formed a partnership with a clear objective: to provide our clients with the best possible service in engineering, procurement, supply, construction and commissioning of pipelines and facilities

About the Partnership

 

Steel River Solutions and SICIM S.p.A entered into a strategic partnership in 2019.

 

SICIM’s broad international experience, specialized equipment fleet, as well as their unique expertise in building pipelines in complex steep slope environments, is a strategic fit for Steel River Solutions and its clients. The company’s track record of community involvement and its use of partnerships with local Indigenous groups to promote social and economic development in the communities they operate in are what truly set them apart and aligns with Steel River’s corporate values.

 

Steel River’s experience in the Western Canadian marketplace, its workforce, and strong relationships and understanding of the local Indigenous and political environment will allow the Steel River SICIM partnership to establish a strong foothold into the Canadian energy industry.

 

SICIM is a recognized contractor with the capacity to work across different continents and in different environments. SICIM has provided solutions to challenges encountered around the world, including; pipeline construction across the Alps in Europe; working in the rain forest in the Amazonas; installing camps in remote areas of Central Africa; installing 56” pipe through the urban and congested areas of Europe, and working in the cold regions of Kazakhstan and in the hot deserts of Central and South America.

Partnership Benefits

 

  • 13,000+ km of high-pressure pipeline and 25,000+ tons of fabricated steel installed worldwide
  • Specialized workforce with extensive management experience
  • 1,200+ pieces of fully-owned heavy construction equipment
  • Financial capacity for large projects and equipment demands
  • Integrated Quality, Health, and Safety and Environment programs with management systems resulting in ISO compliance.