Wapati Gravel

Chief and Council signed an agreement with Wapati Gravel in June 2017.

Wapiti Gravel Suppliers is the largest general highway contractor in northwestern Alberta, with more than 200 pieces of mobile equipment in the fleet. Wapiti Gravel Suppliers office, shop and yard are located in the County Industrial Park on the south eastern edge of the city of Grande Prairie. Wapiti Gravel Suppliers a Division of N.P.A. Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of ColasCanada Inc. Wapiti Gravel Suppliers prides itself on being one of the largest and most respected road construction companies in Alberta and on having a long term vision regarding the provision of innovation, services and materials to the market place

Wapiti Gravel Suppliers highway operations is in the northern half of the province. Wapiti Gravel Suppliers municipal operations are concentrated in the Grande Prairie area, bounded by the Peace River to the north, the British Columbia border to the west, Grande Cache to the south and Valleyview to the east.

Wapiti Gravel Suppliers has been in business in the Grande Prairie area since 1961 and our primary focus is on constructing highways, municipal roads, residential land developments, airport runway and ground side projects as well as commercial parking lots and industrial sites. Even driveways as well as the sale of aggregate materials to municipalities, the forestry industry, the oil and gas industry and the agricultural industry for all types of construction and maintenance in the northern half of Alberta.

At Wapiti Gravel, we believe in quality and professionalism. In taking on your project, our high standards and unique approach will translate to a perfectly-executed construction project that comes in on time and under budget.

West Fraser 

Chief and Council signed an agreement with WEST FRASER  in June 2017.

West Fraser's history began in 1955 when Pete, Bill and Sam Ketcham purchased a small planing mill with a crew of 12 in Quesnel, British Columbia. The founding values and business principles on which the Company was built still serve us well today.

Values such as frugality, humility, teamwork, competitiveness and the importance of people and family are embedded in the Company and continue to drive us. Being the low-cost producer, reinvesting in our facilities and maintaining a conservative balance sheet are fundamental principles that have remained consistent since the start of the Company. We've grown over the years and now have almost 9,000 employees with facilities throughout British Columbia, Alberta and nine of the southern U.S. states.

We remind ourselves every day of the values and principles on which the Company was founded. They are as important today as ever as we pursue our goal of being the leading forest product company in North America.