Rangeland Engineering is built on relationships.
When Ron Daye, President and CEO, founded Rangeland Engineering in 2001, he had a simple philosophy—empower quality people and they will deliver quality projects. Now home to more than 250 experts, partners and innovators, Rangeland has done just that.
Our success is built on hiring the best talent and delivering on what we’ve sold. Looking ahead, we see steady, stable growth. But our commitment to relationships will always be the core of our business.
2001: Ron Daye, President & CEO, founds Rangeland Engineering with two staff members. Rangeland begins its first long-term client relationship with Williams Energy Canada.
2002: Rangeland starts another long-term client relationship with Provident Energy (now Pembina Pipeline Corporation). Maintains business growth into co-generation energy projects.
2003: Rangeland begins its market focus on oil and gas product storage and transport.
2004: Rangeland grows to 30 professionals.
2005: Builds long-term client relationship with Plains Midstream Canada, and begins its long-term market focus on salt caverns, product storage and rail terminals.
2006: Rangeland increases emphasis on quality management systems, controls and process to support company growth. Develops long-term client relationship with Cenovus Energy.
2007: Rangeland grows to 85 professionals. Establishes Master Service Agreements with long-term clients to ensure stability and growth. Begins project work with Enbridge.
2008: Rangeland grows to 115 professionals. Enters into the asphalt storage market and expands to condensates. Continues to grow into the truck and rail terminal market. Develops international relationships with projects in Cuba, Colorado and Kazakhstan.
2009: Rangeland moves into modularized design and begins work on infrastructure/camp with Canadian Natural Resources Limited.
2010: Rangeland continues strong growth into salt cavern market, begins long-term client relationship with Keyera Corporation.
2011: Awarded landmark contract to engineer Pembina Redwater Fractionation Site – Phase 2, the largest NGL fractionation facility in North America. Company grows to 140 Rangelanders.
2012: By way of recommendations from two long-term clients, Rangeland is awarded landmark contract to engineer Kinder Morgan’s Edmonton Rail Terminal, the largest crude rail terminal in North America. Veresen becomes new client. Company grows to 180 Rangelanders.
2013: Rangeland formalizes management structures and increases emphasis on software integration, material management and providing value-added services to clients. Rangeland grows to 220 professionals.
2014: Rangeland awarded landmark contract to engineer Pembina Redwater Fractionation Site – Phase 3. Company grows to 240 professionals.
2015: Rangeland develops new client relationships with Atco Energy Solutions and Gibsons Energy, and expands project work with Keyera Corporation. Company grows to over 250 professionals. Reinforces quality mandate and seeks ISO 9001 certification.
2016: Rangeland named a first-time winner in Canada’s Best Managed Companies program for 2015. The Best Managed program recognizes Canadian-owned and managed companies demonstrating strategy, capability and commitment to achieve sustainable growth