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Rees NDT Inspection Services Ltd.
Your Premier Engineering Certification and Inspection Service Partner

 

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We are now located at 15612-89 Street in Grande Prairie, east of both Nelson Lumber and Northern Bottling's shops.

We serve northwestern Canada from our locations in Grande Prairie, Bonnyville and Vegreville and with mobile units that can be dispatched throughout the area.  We specialize in the inspection and engineering certification of all types of overhead lifting devices such as cranes, pickers and sideboom pipelayers as well as all types of oilfield-related lifting equipment.  We also specialize in the inspection of all types of downhole tools, flowline and vessels.  We do general magnetic particle, liquid penetrant and ultrasonic thickness testing as part of our clients' preventative maintenance and regulatory requirements programs.  We have an in-house engineering staff for certification, and for design and development of your overhead lifting equipment needs.

Rees N.D.T. Inspection Services Ltd. strives to deliver high quality inspection, certification and design services to diverse clientele in an efficeint, timely and courteous fashion. We are committed to the NRCan Code of Ethics for NDT Personnel and to the safety of our employees and clients. The efficient management of catastrophic failure risk is of vital concern to our clients. Delivering information and solutions to deal with its challenges is our business.

Rees N.D.T. Inspection Services Ltd. is a corporate member of the Canadian Institute for Nondestructive Examination and we proudly offer the services of C.G.S.B. certified inspectors to our clients. Our staff also includes members of the Alberta Society of Engineering Technologists who are graduates of NAIT's Materials Engineering Technology program and members of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta

We have the personnel, the equipment and the expertise to serve your inspection and certification needs throughout northwestern Canada.