Working with our hometown municipality made a lot of sense and this job has since grown into many other successful projects for the town of Rosetown. The new pumping station currently achieves record efficiencies while reducing energy usage, water consumption and maintenance costs.
We've worked with Raging River Exploration since 2015 on a range of projects and consider them clients, partners, and friends. We value our long-standing relationship which has seen us embark upon many successful endeavors- with more on the horizon.
In 2017 Impact worked under Wright Construction for the Cypress Health Region. Impact Energy supported the build-out of a new hospital addition to an established long-term care home in Leader Saskatchewan.
We have worked with Penn West Exploration (now Obsidian Energy Ltd. ) on a range of significant projects across Saskatchewan. We're proud to have helped support their operations with electrical and instrumentation support for their flare expansion, water annex upgrades, pressure rueduction facilities and new well installs.
Some like it hot!The Challenge: In early 2021, Tracy Johnston and Ashley Kampen opened the doors to Rosetowns first hot yoga studio, District Yoga Collective, in a historic building just off the Rosetown Main Street.
Impact Energy Services respectfully acknowledges that we are located and operate on Treaty 6 territory, and that our Industrial division partners, BNDDI, reside on Treaty 10. These are the traditional homelands of the Metis people. It is with gratitude that we now live, learn, and work where the past, present and future of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples come together.