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To meet the needs of its growing population, the City of Calgary undertook a major expansion and update of its primary transit network, with the addition of four new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) routes. CEL was contracted by PCL Construction Ltd. to manage electrical services for all new BRT platforms and shelters. This involved 90 sites, city-wide, over an intensive three-year construction period.




G3 is a Canadian company that is transforming the way grain moves. Since entering this highly competitive field in 2016, the Winnipeg-based grain handling firm has worked aggressively to build a network of elevators across the nation. CEL has been the primary electrical contractor on 10 of G3’s prairie grain terminals.


Bunge / Altona – New Canola Processing Facility


Scope of work and summary:

Canada is the world’s top producer of canola oil. The production of canola oil and other products takes place at canola processing facilities, where canola seed is prepared, heated and crushed. The oil is then removed using a solvent and shipped to consumers around the world.


BRANDON (Branch)

392 Park Avenue E Brandon,
MB Canada R7A 7A8

SASKATOON (Head Office)

811A 58th Street East Saskatoon,
SK Canada S7K 6X5

WINNIPEG (Regional Office)

1236 Manahan Avenue Winnipeg,
MB Canada R3T 1Z3

CALGARY (Regional Office)

#309-4615 112th Ave SE Calgary,
AB Canada T2C 5J3

CAMROSE (Branch)

#3-4617 41st Street Camrose,
AB Canada T4V 2Y8


#101, 10136-128 Ave Grande Prairie,
AB Canada T8V 1E9

LONDON (Branch)

677 Consortium Court
London, ON
Canada N6E 2S8

REGINA (Branch)

PO Box 33095 Cathedral PO Regina,
SK Canada S4T 7X2

LANGLEY (Branch)

8661 201 Street Langley,
BC Canada V2Y 0G9

We started out doing on-farm electrical and now work on Canada’s largest agri-industrial projects.
CEL is a member of ISNetworld®, ComplyWorks and myComply. We’re COR certified in AB, SK and MB.
Our turnkey solution includes electrical design, installation, maintenance and panel manufacturing.

Professional service. Proven problem solving. Turnkey solutions. CEL provides the whole package.

CEL is ready to prove why we’re the right electrical and instrumentation partner for your next contract.


Latest News

April 23, 2020

Camrose branch receives 2019 President’s Safety Award

Safety is a priority and a challenge for any trade working in industrial and commercial settings. Companies like CEL put great effort into protecting our employees, clients, visitors, sub-contractors, the public – even property and the environment – when working onsite. While a perfect safety record is the goal, it is incredibly hard to achieve. Yet, this is exactly what the team at our Camrose branch accomplished in 2019. Due to their uncompromising commitment to ensuring all personnel return safely home at the end of each shift, the Camrose branch went through the entire 2019 calendar year with ZERO safety and environmental incidents. For this remarkable feat, they were presented our 2019 President’s Safety Award.
“Camrose had an extremely busy year. CEL asks our employees to execute all work in a manner that adheres to our strong safety standard and safety culture. The Camrose team were enthusiastic participants in our new safety programs and their numbers prove it!” beamed Dallas Smith, COO. “It was a concerted effort, and all members of our Camrose team should be very proud of their accomplishment.” Smith added that the Camrose branch also set the standard when it came to hazard recognition and mitigation through their detailed and well-executed project plans, hazard assessments, and hazard ID program. “At CEL, we work collaboratively across our entire company to continually improve our safety practices, policies and procedures. The lessons learned here will be shared across our entire organization. Congratulations to the entire Camrose team. You earned this!”
December 19, 2019

CEL’s Calgary team serves up the spirit of giving

The team at CEL Electrical Contractors is used to lighting up buildings. But they all agree that nothing compares to the feeling of lighting up the faces of young families ahead of the holiday season. In what has become an annual tradition, staff from CEL’s Calgary office played the role of Santa’s little helpers, serving up food and smiles at the Louise Dean Centre’s Christmas dinner. The children were thrilled as Santa Claus made a special appearance, and brought a sack of gifts. Once he’d seen all of the children, Santa even made time for the big kids from CEL. The Louise Dean Centre is a school dedicated to the unique needs of pregnant teens and young mothers. It provides valuable services and a supportive environment that allows these students to continue with their education – within a safe, nurturing environment for newborns and young children. The program is operated through a partnership between Catholic Family Services (CFS) and the Calgary Board of Education. Patricia Jones, CEO of Catholic Family Services appreciates the ongoing work CEL does on behalf of CFS.
“The CEL crew is fantastic. They are very understated. They show up to do their job without fanfare. We are so lucky to have them,” Jones beamed.
In addition to volunteering their time to the Louise Dean Centre, CEL is proud to lend its financial support to this incredible organization. Across the country, CEL and its employees take great pride in supporting the communities where they work and call home. On behalf of the entire team, from Alberta to Ontario, CEL wishes you and yours a warm and magical Merry Christmas.
June 4, 2019

London office wins CEL 2018 President’s Safety Award

As CEL’s newest branch, the London, Ontario office had something to prove. They demonstrated their ability to quickly get on board with CEL’s core values and meet the rigorous demands of our safety culture as a branch start-up.
May 19, 2019

CEL helps Put the Boots to Hunger

CEL is looking forward to partnering with the Calgary Food Bank and Burnet Duckworth & Palmer (BD&P) to Put the Boots to Hunger™ at the 2019 Calgary Stampede.