Tundra`s mission is to know our clients so well that we can provide the right service in any given setting ! Tundra has added to their existing fleet 3 new drill units and air rotary capability. A versatile track mounted geotechnical and environmental drill, capable of heavy probing, augering and coring. This rig can handle any size of geotechnical & enviro project as the specifications are superior to a B54 Mobile Drill. A track mounted Geoprobe 7822 DT this is also a versatile unit with auger, SPT and direct push capacity And a light weight, low impact heli-portable drill unit on tracks. This unit will drill to 15 m with 4” augers depending on soil condition. And 3 track mounted auger rigs all with 11feet stroke, capable of depths 25M with 6” solid stem augers. Our growing company is driven by innovative ideas to improve our services. Tundra`s vision is to become the preferred driller/service provider for our clients in western Canada.

Company details

RR#1 , Donalda , Alberta T0B 1H0 Canada

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Business Type:
Service provider
Industry Type:
Soil and Groundwater - Site Remediation
Market Focus:
Regionally (various states or provinces)
Year Founded:
2000
Employees:
11-100
Turnover:
$1,000,000 US - $10,000,000 US

Tundra Environmental, Geotechnical Drilling & Coring Services began its operations in 2000, providing drilling services from its base in Donalda, Alberta.

Since then, Tundra has grown from operating one auger rig to 19 rigs. Current capabilities are: solid/hollow stem auger, air-mud-water rotary, coring, heli-portable and direct push with our 8040 and 7822 Geoprobe. Tundra operates out of Stettler in a 12,000 sq ft facility, keeping the highest possible service level and minimizing any interruptions.

Whether providing environmental auger drilling in Fort Saint John, BC; air rotary in Edson, Alberta; resource coring in the oilsands, or direct push in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, it is by finding the solutions which address our client's needs that Tundra can create safe, efficient and successful completion of projects.

Health and Safety is at the forefront of all our operations and is a primary consideration both during the planning process and while on site.

We ensure that all our employees are fully trained to use our equipment and to carry out their work in the safest manner. Health and Safety is a primary consideration starting at the recruitment process for new employees and spreads throughout the company, highlighted as an extremely important element to each individual's role and responsibility.

All crews are provided with appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment) and provided instruction on how to use it as well as why they must use it.

Briefings prior to the commencement of drilling as well as daily site meetings, keeping everyone informed, are also an important part of our processes.

In addition to our employees being fully trained and able to work safely, we also realize our equipment needs to be well maintained. To ensure reliability and the safe operation of our machines, we have our own in house mechanic who carries our regular inspections and performs preventative maintenance procedures. This not only ensures our equipment operates correctly and safely but minimizes downtime and allows us to get on with providing our service to you, safely.

Tundra has proven its commitment to ensure that practical and effective measures are in place to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients, the environment and the public in all areas of our operations. This is demonstrated by our outstanding safety record of no Lost Time Incidents.

Tundra participates in the Partnership In Health and Safety Program and holds these certifications:

  • COR
  • ACSA
  • Comply Works
  • ISNetworld
  • PICS