Paradox Blog

Access Granted in Buffalo Creek: A Trailer from Paradox

Posted by Taylor Doll on April 24, 2020

In a remote northern corridor of Alberta, Paradox worked around the clock to build an 11-kilometre access road for a large North American energy company. And this wasn’t your typical road build—this road needed to be built across extremely challenging terrain, made up largely of muskeg in a sensitive wetland area.

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The Hudson Bay Rail Line Repair Story (and Other Good News)

Posted by Kelly Meyers on April 14, 2020

With our non-essential services teams working from home over the last few weeks, and our critical operations field teams on sites and in compliance with government regulations, we’ve been thinking a lot about good news stories—and we want to share this very special one with you.

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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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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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