Edmonton is the capital city of the province of Alberta, Canada Population: 1.1 million
Wealth of natural resources
Center for the oil, gas, petrochemicals
Hub for northern mega-projects
97% of Alberta’s massive oil, gas and oil sands reserves located in the Greater Edmonton service area
Over $42.5 billion annual GDP and growth of over 47% over the past decade
Diverse metropolitan economy and connections to secure funding networks
Cost-competitive, no sales tax and lowest business taxes in Canada
More than 585,000 highly skilled people make up the workforce of leading edge R&D facilities
10 universities and colleges educating over 150,000 of the best and brightest students
Proximity to more than half of the major markets in North America
Manufacturing opportunities are virtually without limit in various sectors, including agri-food processing, petro-chemical processing, forestry, life sciences, and nanotechnology. Products range from the smallest electronic components to the largest heavy industry steel.
Architecture, Engineering and Construction
Refine, redefine, rethink what you know about Energy. Innovation and expertise drive design, planning, programming, implementation and construction services on mega-projects with focus on new energy-related development.
1,500 scientists, researchers, doctors, technicians and staff at Edmonton Research Park. Number one health system in Canada five years in a row.