Neegan Technical Services | N.T.S. | Geotechnical Analysis

Discovery of a Lifetime

July 20, 2018

On June 7, 2018 NTS Geotechnical Instrumentation Technician Scott Fisher made the discovery of a lifetime. Amongst the rocks of the North Mine at Syncrude Canada, he found the fossil remains of a plesiosaur, a marine reptile that lived during the Mesozoic era. A team of experts from the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller came to the site, extracted the fossils and transported them to the museum where they will spend the next 2-3 years analyzing the remains.

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(Scott Fisher of Neegan Technical Services near where he discovered fossils of a plesiosaur in Syncrude’s North Mine on June 7, 2018.)

“This discovery has been very exciting for myself and my family,” says Scott. “It has been quite the experience to be part of Syncrude history in this way.”

The NTS family is excited too!

Syncrude News Article • CBC News Article

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NTS Awarded by Syncrude for Loss Prevention Excellence

June 7, 2018

On May 31, 2018 management attended the annual Syncrude Loss Prevention Leadership Symposium where NTS was awarded a Certificate of Achievement, in Pursuit of Loss Prevention Excellence for 2-year Recordable Injury Free.

Surpassing 1.75 million hours loss time incident-free, NTS shares Syncrude’s safety philosophy in continuing to work together towards a site where Nobody Gets Hurt and Nothing is Released.  NTS is proud of this achievement and strives to continue to deliver an injury-free work place.

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Merry Christmas and all the best in 2018 from the Staff and Management of NTS

December 21, 2017

Merry Christmas and all the best in 2018 from the Staff and Management of the Tuccaro Group.

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The NAABA 2017 Business Showcase

March 2, 2017

On Wednesday, Tuccaro management attended the NAABA 2017 Business Showcase (held at Shell Place), which included a tradeshow followed by an evening dinner, with many members in the Aboriginal business community attending. The tradeshow consisted of over 30 exhibitors, in which NAABA members could promote their business and network.

The evening dinner reception was emceed by Dave Tuccaro, and attendees were treated to presentations by special guest speakers Mark Little, President, Upstream, Suncor and Chief Jim Boucher, Fort McKay First Nation.

Dave, the founder and past president of NAABA, is the driving force behind its vision to enhancing and promoting business, jobs and training for all Aboriginal people in the region.

Neegan was a proud Gold sponsor of this event.

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Alberta Chamber of Resources 2017 Annual General Meeting and Awards Banquet

February 7, 2017

This past Friday our senior management attended the Alberta Chamber of Resources 2017 Annual General Meeting and awards banquet.

A member and former recipient of Resource Person of the Year, Dave and the Group continue to support initiatives and contributions of the ACR.

Highlights from the event included the presentation of Resource Person of the Year, Jim Ellis, President and CEO of the Alberta Energy Regulator and Indigenous Leader of the Year Marlene Poitras, President of the Métis Nation of Alberta.  A number of Industry-sponsored scholarships were awarded to resource-related University students.

“It never ceases to surprise me as to how many outstanding people are committed and dedicated to the responsible development of resources throughout our Province.  It is a truly inspiring event that showcases the resilience, innovation and tremendous people we have driving our industry, be they government, regulatory or industry representatives.   It’s great to be a part of.“   Craig Jenkins, COO

For more information of the Alberta Chamber of Resources, please visit: http://www.acr-alberta.com

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