Whether your project is large or small...
Bantrel Constructors Co. (BCC) is a leader in construction for the energy, chemical and power industries. Since our establishment in 2003, we have performed over $1 billion in construction work and established an award-winning record of safely tackling some of the largest and most complicated industrial construction projects in Canada.
With a payroll workforce that has peaked at over 4,500 personnel, and with ready access to over $85 million in construction equipment, we have the ability to take on any industrial construction project, large or small.
BCC provides all of the key elements required to plan and build world-class projects. From constructability and turnover planning, right through to the provision of trades people and tools, we provide the industry’s most comprehensive range of construction and related services available. Our drive to deliver projects in a safe and timely manner is matched only by the commitment to our other core values of quality and environmental responsibility. We are committed to leading the industry in environmental stewardship and run several environmental programs in the field that compliment many of our customers’ environmental goals and ensure our activities’ impacts are minimized as practicably as possible.
Mark Timler has 30 years of experience in the construction and EPC industry. He joined Bantrel in 1996 as Turnaround Co-ordinator on Suncor’s Plant 25 Project. Following that, he was assigned to the U&O Project for NOVA Chemicals at Joffre, Alberta. He completed that assignment as the Site Manager and was then appointed Manager of Construction for Bantrel. In 2006, Mark was appointed Vice President, Manager of Operations for Bantrel Constructors Co. In 2010, Mark was appointed President of Bantrel Constructors Co.
Mark holds a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from the University of Alberta and is a registered professional engineer in Alberta. He is a certified Six Sigma Champion and has completed the Queen’s University Executive Development Program.
Tony has 30 years of experience in labour relations, human resources, safety and business development in the construction and maintenance industries across Canada and the United States. Tony joined Bantrel Constructors in 2007 as Manager of Labour Relations for Eastern Canada and in 2009 assumed responsibility for labour relations in Western Canada. He was appointed Vice President of Bantrel Constructors in 2010.
Tony graduated from the University of Western Ontario and continued his education at the University of Windsor where he studied business. He is involved with numerous trade organizations, including the Industrial Contractors Association of Canada, the Boilermaker Contractors Association of Canada and the Electrical Power Systems Construction Association in Ontario. He is a founding member and current Director of the Construction Sector Council of Canada.
Tony serves as a management trustee for the Training Funds for the Piping Industry in Canada and United States as well as a trustee for the Teamsters’ National Pension Fund and Operating Engineers in Saskatchewan. He acts as senior labour advisor to the Construction Users Council of Ontario.
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