Projects

With over 75 years of experience, Voice has proven capabilities in all aspects of civil construction. With a focus on industrial sites, we have successfully completed hundreds of projects over the years. Learn more about a few of them below.

Voice Construction has been fortunate to build strong relationships with many industry leaders, as well as a diverse portfolio of past projects. Voice strives to remain at the forefront of construction technology and performance including hitting the milestone of successfully completing 3.7 million hours with no lost time incidents. Our industry leading HSE Management System and culture, helps our team refine their knowledge and abilities, which is exemplified on each project. Through the ever increasing skillset of our employees, the trust and support of our clients, and our dedication to excellence, Voice looks forward to decades of continued growth and success.

Northwest Refinery

Owner: North West Redwater Partnership

Project Overview:

Located in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland, North West Redwater’s Sturgeon Refinery is the Province’s first stand-alone refinery built in 30 years. The multibillion dollar facility will convert bitumen into ultra-low sulphur diesel fuel and other high-value products.

Voice is proud to have played a significant role in the construction of Phase 1. Our portion of the project to date exceeds $250 million.  The scope of work includes 4.5 million cubic meters of topsoil/mass/cut fill moved, site development including roads/ditches/culverts, and over 1 million tonnes gravel placed. Our deep undergrounds scope included installing and testing a variety of underground utilities with 30 km of complex underground piping.

Surmont II

Owner: ConocoPhillips

Project Overview:

Located south of Fort McMurray in Northern Alberta, ConocoPhillips Surmont SAGD facility began Phase 2 operations in 2015. Surmont II is the largest single SAGD phase ever completed, featuring a nameplate capacity of 118,000 bbls/d.

Voice played a major role in the construction of Surmont II with contract values totaling over $350 million.  Voice’s extensive scope of work included moving 3 million cubic meters of topsoil/mass/cut fill, site development including 16 km of roads/ditches/culverts, 600,000 tonnes gravel placed, 15 km of various underground piping installed and tested and 27 tank foundations constructed.

Edmonton Rail Loading Facility

Owner: Kinder Morgan Canada

Project Overview:

Kinder Morgan Canada’s Edmonton South Rail Terminal is a crude oil loading facility that serves North American markets and refineries through direct connections to the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific railway networks.

Voice completed a $40M scope of work with zero recordable safety incidents. Civil works included excavation, topsoil stripping, road and rail construction, ponds, piling, concrete, underground installations and final grading. Voice worked closely with CN and CP to coordinate their portion of the job, which began operations in 2015.

  • Client: Kinder Morgan
  • Project Name: Edmonton Tank Terminal
  • Location: Edmonton, AB
  • Project Value: $70M
  • Owner: Husky Energy
  • Project: Hardisty Terminal Tank Pad
  • Location: Hardisty, AB
  • Project Value: $6M
  • Owner: Plains Midstream Canada
  • Project: Expansion & Debottleneck
  • Location: Fort Saskatchewan, AB
  • Project Value: $51M
  • Owner: Capital Power Corporation
  • Project: Genesee Civil Works
  • Location: Warburg, AB
  • Project Value: $5M
  • Owner: Suncor Energy
  • Project: Fort Hills Primary Extraction Civil Works
  • Location: Fort McMurray, AB
  • Project Value: $15M
  • Owner: Suncor Energy
  • Project: Firebag Pad 114
  • Location: Fort McMurray, AB
  • Project Value: $4M
  • Owner: Suncor Energy
  • Project: Base Plant Maintenance
  • Location: Fort McMurray, AB
  • Project Value: $15M
  • Owner: Keyera Corporation
  • Project: Brine Storage Pond
  • Location: Fort Saskatchewan, AB
  • Project Value: $4M
  • Owner: Imperial Oil
  • Project: Strathcona Refinery Maintenance
  • Location: Edmonton, AB
  • Project Value: $15M
  • Owner: Enbridge Pipelines
  • Project: Cheecham Pump Station
  • Location: Edmonton, AB
  • Project Value: $3M
  • Owner: Pembina Pipeline
  • Project: Canadian Diluent Hub III
  • Location: Fort Saskatchewan, AB
  • Project Value: $10M
  • Owner: Alberta Pacific Forest Industries (ALPAC)
  • Project: Landfill Construction
  • Location: Boyle, AB
  • Project Value: $3M
  • Client: Kinder Morgan
  • Project Name: Edmonton Tank Terminal
  • Location: Edmonton, AB
  • Project Value: $70M
  • Owner: Husky Energy
  • Project: Hardisty Terminal Tank Pad
  • Location: Hardisty, AB
  • Project Value: $6M
  • Owner: Plains Midstream Canada
  • Project: Expansion & Debottleneck
  • Location: Fort Saskatchewan, AB
  • Project Value: $51M
  • Owner: Capital Power Corporation
  • Project: Genesee Civil Works
  • Location: Warburg, AB
  • Project Value: $5M
  • Owner: Suncor Energy
  • Project: Fort Hills Primary Extraction Civil Works
  • Location: Fort McMurray, AB
  • Project Value: $15M
  • Owner: Suncor Energy
  • Project: Firebag Pad 114
  • Location: Fort McMurray, AB
  • Project Value: $4M
  • Owner: Suncor Energy
  • Project: Base Plant Maintenance
  • Location: Fort McMurray, AB
  • Project Value: $15M
  • Owner: Keyera Corporation
  • Project: Brine Storage Pond
  • Location: Fort Saskatchewan, AB
  • Project Value: $4M
  • Owner: Imperial Oil
  • Project: Strathcona Refinery Maintenance
  • Location: Edmonton, AB
  • Project Value: $15M
  • Owner: Enbridge Pipelines
  • Project: Cheecham Pump Station
  • Location: Edmonton, AB
  • Project Value: $3M
  • Owner: Pembina Pipeline
  • Project: Canadian Diluent Hub III
  • Location: Fort Saskatchewan, AB
  • Project Value: $10M
  • Owner: Alberta Pacific Forest Industries (ALPAC)
  • Project: Landfill Construction
  • Location: Boyle, AB
  • Project Value: $3M

Selected Clients

north west redwater partnership
nova chemicals
kinder morgan
jacobs
EPCOR
enbridge
dow
Suncor Energy
TransCanada
shell
stantec
pcl

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