Indigenous Partnerships

Working together for common goals.

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

Each Indigenous 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 an Indigenous 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 Indigenous people for critical components of the workforce while utilizing Graham’s broad resources and expertise in construction management.