Willow Lake Métis Group and Melloy Industrial Services Inc., announced they will enter into a newly formed partnership agreement.
The WLMG was created to support and contribute to the local economy and the future sustainability of the Willow Lake Métis Nation (WLMN). This latest partnership is one component of a larger effort to establish strong relationships with industry partners, allowing WLMG to become the strategic Indigenous industry partner of choice. WLMG is working to provide the industry with a different Indigenous community-based business model by providing full-service expertise for large scale projects, including maintenance, turnaround and facility services.
We are thrilled to have entered into a strategic partnership with Melloy Industrial. To have a partner with their exceptional level of experience, capacity, and expertise, as we continue to grow our operations to take on larger projects across the industry, is an invaluable and exciting opportunity for WLMG,
said Willow Lake Métis Group CEO, Justin Bourque. Adding, “Over the last 18 months WLMG have worked to identify suitable strategic partnerships for both our business and our nation. Melloy Industrial is a trusted heavy industrial specialty service provider and this partnership furthers our mission of becoming the industries strategic Indigenous industry partner of choice.”
Melloy Industrial’s partnership with the Willow Lake Métis Group provides an opportunity to contribute to the economy and sustainability of the Willow Lake Métis Nation. The intent of this partnership is to support the continuous engagement of business with Indigenous peoples, Indigenous-owned businesses and Indigenous communities in the Wood Buffalo region.
“Decisions we make today have long lasting impacts on our communities,” said Mitch Soetaert, district manager of Melloy Industrial Services.
Melloy is excited to enter into this partnership and to contribute to the success of the WLMN. Bringing our capabilities and experience as a mechanical contractor to the WLMG provides the Wood Buffalo Region access to a turn-key Indigenous contracting solution.
Source: PCL Construction