Aboriginal Partnerships

Working together for common goals.

Graham has a long history of meaningful Aboriginal partnerships in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario.

Each Aboriginal partnership works to ensure the business has long-term and mutually sustainable benefits to local Aboriginal communities through its projects and services.

POINTS ATHABASCA FHQ CONTRACTING LP (PAFHQ)

Created in 2011, PAFHQ is a First Nations partnership in southern Saskatchewan comprised of File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council Developments LP (50%), Points Athabasca Contracting LP (17%), and Graham Business Trust (33%).

POINTS ATHABASCA CONTRACTING LP (PACLP)

Formed in 1999 and headquartered in Saskatoon, PACLP is a partnership between Graham (25%) and Athabasca Basin Development Limited Partnership (ABDLP, 75%), a coalition of seven communities in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca region.

NIITSITAPI-GRAHAM LP

In Alberta, Graham has formed a partnership with the Siksika Nation which is part of the Blackfoot Confederacy consisting of the Blood Tribe, Piikani Nation, Siksika Nation, and the Blackfeet Tribe (Montana). The Niitsitapi-Graham LP relies on First Nations for critical components of the workforce while utilizing Graham’s broad resources and expertise in construction management.