NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul was originally conceived and founded as an Indigenous company. The NCSG executive
management team is committed to the advancement of Indigenous employees and businesses in areas where we
NCSG is committed to the development of the communities we work in. We have partnered with several Indigenous groups throughout the Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
- FMFN Group – Fort McMurray First Nation, North-East, Alberta.
- Nesokmahtan – Alberta Metis Zone 6, North-West Alberta.
- Chard Métis Dene – North/East (Chard Area), Alberta.
- Primco Dene – Cold Lake First Nation, North-East (Cold Lake), Alberta.
- Onihcikiskowapowin – Saddle Lake First Nation, North-East, Alberta.
- GGDL – George Gordon First Nation, Southern (Treaty 4) Saskatchewan.
- Whitecap – Whitecap Dakota First Nation, Central/North, Saskatchewan.
- MEDO – Metis Nation of Manitoba, Manitoba.
- Coast Tsimshian – Metlakatla First Nation/Lax-Kw’aalaams Band, Prince Rupert, British Columbia.
- Northern Indigenous – McLeod Lake Indian Band, Saulteau First Nation, West Moberly First Nation, North-East British Columbia.
- APS Energy Services Inc. – Blue Berry First Nation, North-East British Columbia.
- Qooluun – Haisla First Nation, Kitimat, British Columbia.
- Gingolx Construction – Ginglox First Nation, North-West British Columbia.
- Acho Dene Koe – Fort Laird Band, NWT & Northern British Columbia.
- SIMPCW – SIMPCW First Nation, North-East/Central British Columbia.
Partner of the Year Award
Fort McMurray First Nation Group of Companies (FMFNGOC) would like to congratulate NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul (NCSG), recipient of their Partner of the Year 2019-2020 award. “We are proud of our strong partnerships with industry leaders. In our partnership with NCSG, we share common values, a strong focus on safety, and they continue to work closely with us, showing a strong commitment to collaboration.” said Steve Jani, CEO of FMFNGOC.
The partnership began in 2014, serving customers in the Wood Buffalo Region, including major long-term contracts with Syncrude and Suncor. Benefits from the partnership create employment, capacity building and sub-contracting opportunities. In addition, they work together leading an Apprenticeship Program that includes local First Nation members called “Bring on Board” (B.O.B), focused on delivering training opportunities for future Crane Operators and Heavy Equipment Technicians. To-date, NCSG is the highest revenue earning partner with FMFNGOC.