2007 News

3 Year Anniversary

Porcupine Engineering Services is celebrating its third year in business this month. The Company is enjoying its growth with it, we are now over 30 staff members and contract workers.

Porcupine Engineering awarded the structural engineering and design services to install a larger screen in an existing screening plant at a gold mine in Tanzania. 07-066

Evan Markowiak/McDonell

PES supports the education system by exposing young students to the field of engineering. We are pleased to welcome Evan to the PES team as a cooperative education student from Timmins High and Vocational School.

Porcupine Engineering awarded structural/mechanical engineering and design services for modifications around a newly installed converter at a local nickel smelter. 07-121

Top 5 Companies to Watch...

Porcupine Engineering Services (PES) made headlines in the April 2007 Issue of Northern Ontario Business as #4 of the top 5 Companies to watch for. The company has seen an extraordinary increase in business and revenues over the last year. Brian Emblin (left) says, "diversification is key to the company's continued growth as it helps PES to weather the cyclical nature of resource industries in the North.

Porcupine Engineering awarded detailed engineering for a new exhaust fan system at a nickel mine in Levac Ontario. 07-196

PES Co-op Bursary

Shawn Bougie, a co-op student of Georgian College is seen here receiving a bursary of from the Principals of Porcupine Engineering Services Inc. We were pleased to have had the opportunity to work with Shawn and we wish him good luck in all of his future endeavors.

Projet Amour Communautaire

Brian Emblin, one of three principals of Porcupine Engineering Services, is all smiles as he hands a sponsorship cheque to Roch Boulanger of École Secondaire Catholique Thériault. Roch will be participating in the "Projet Amour Communautaire 2006-2007", a volunteer group dedicated to participating in fundraising initiatives that help underprivileged children and families all over the world. Money donated will be used towards funding a ten day missionary journey for students to travel to the ghettos of Jamaica in March 2007.