Since our founding, we have been an employee-owned firm providing professional surveying, mapping, and remote-sensing services. We also provide a wide range of consulting services to the construction, oil and gas, mining, utilities, and government sectors.
We have branch offices in Calgary, Edmonton, Whitehorse, Yellowknife, and Fort McMurray, and operate throughout Alberta, Yukon, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories.
Our primary focus is always on providing exceptional service to our clients as we work to solve their unique challenges.
Founded in 1984 as Challenger Surveys and Services during a low point in Alberta’s boom-bust cycle, we have been able to persevere and overcome challenges at that time and since because of the hard-working people of our team.
That energy and ambition led Challenger to expand our capabilities and find new opportunities to serve our clients. Our objective is not to be the biggest survey or engineering firm – it is to stay focused on the professional service and quality deliverables for which we have become known.
Geomatics is a rapidly evolving field, and Challenger has had to invest in the latest survey equipment and technology to make sure we stay on the leading edge. More importantly, we also invest in training and developing our people to succeed in this rapidly evolving work environment.
Our goal is to build a team that is always learning, always growing, so that we can continue to go above and beyond for our clients.
To learn more about what makes working at Challenger so special, please visit our Careers page and view our current opportunities.
Active participation by every employee, every day, and on every job contributes to the excellent safety performance record that Challenger has earned.
Challenger has been a COR-certified company since 2001, and is currently registered with four major safety registries: Canqual, ComplyWorks ISNetworld, and PICS Canada.
Challenger is a member of Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) and Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) program. We have a dedicated Indigenous Relations Lead who is committed to working with each member of our team to realize meaningful corporate initiatives outlined by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), including engaging in meaningful consultation, promoting job, training and education opportunities, as well as fostering cultural understanding.
Challenger Geomatics has developed formal and informal relationships in the Inuvialuit, Gwich’in, Sahtu, Deh Cho and Tlicho communities of the Northwest Territories, with many Yukon First Nations and with Inuit communities in Nunavut.
Challenger’s Quality Plan has been prepared to satisfy the requirements of ISO 9001:2015, and is externally verified. Wherever possible, quality controls have been integrated into existing systems (environment, health and safety) and cross-referenced for ease of interpretation.
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