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Charles Proulx

Charles Proulx
Charles Proulx has over 20 years' experience delivering engineered geosynthetics solutions to Canada's energy services sector.
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Here's How Canada's Natural Resource Sector Can Conquer the Sublayer Paradox in 2020 and Beyond

Posted by Charles Proulx on January 03, 2020

Western Canada's energy and natural resources sectors are synonymous with the provisions of commodities across Canada and throughout the world, which is no easy feat. Large plays where valuable natural resources are sourced are often in areas that are virtually inaccessible. Unstable land foundations such as high-water tables and soft layers of earth effectively impede safe and efficient access to these regions.

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What are P3s and how do they affect public infrastructure development in Canada?

Posted by Charles Proulx on December 06, 2019

As humans, we seek to innovate. We push the bounds of what technology can accomplish in order to improve our quality of living. This can happen as a result of the development of new technologies and procedures, or as a result of improvements to existing technologies and procedures. Either way, the end goal is the same: being better off than we once were.

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The United Rentals Paradox [Case Study]

Posted by Charles Proulx on November 08, 2019
 
One of the brilliant aspects of living in our day and age is that new, cutting-edge technologies aren't reserved for only the super-rich or mega-powerful.

They're available to you.

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