Setting the Standard for Fabrication in Western Canada

Fabrication Solutions

Scovan’s integrated EPFC company has built a strong reputation for providing high quality fabrication, and module assembly services to the Western Canadian energy sector. Through an all-in commitment from every individual on our team, Scovan works in partnership with clients to deliver quality products from our Ponoka facility to yours.


Total Recordable Incident Frequency onsite in 2022 and our target every year

Less than 1%

welding defects per thousand units

Steel Products Fabricated

at 6,500 tonnes of steel/year, 125 tonnes of steel/week

A Workforce Based on Experience

Our team has over 40 years history meeting the fabrication and manufacturing requirements of the Canadian energy industry. We self perform all pipe fabrication, structural steel fabrication, module assembly, instrumentation and electrical installation, Post Weld Heat Treatment (PWHT), sandblasting, and coating.

Module Assembly

Start to finish Well Pad Module assembly with capacity to house up to 50 standing, full sized 24x24x120 modules at one time. Receive completed modules directly to your site that are ready for production.


From basic spools to full scale modules, we are known for our quality. Our average welding productivity is 100 FDI/day/welder or 10/FDI per hour, and our repair rate is < 1%.


Scovan handles all modules, area spooling and site structure needed to produce a full-scale Central Processing Facility (CPF).

53 Acre Facility

Our shop is capable of fabricating 125 tonnes per week. Access to the entire Scovan drafting, design and engineering teams for projects is available.

Agile Workforce

From insulation, electrical, structural assembly, and instrumentation, to pneumatic testing and paint, our workforce is ready and available for your Fabrication job needs.

High-Load Corridor

Scovan’s centrally located Ponoka facility has ultimate shipping capability with a high-load corridor of 9m h x 7.4m w x 36.5m l. All our mods are built at height.

Our team is comprised of some of the most experienced, trained professionals in the industry, some with over 20 years experience. Our emphasis on quality and safety is engrained in our company culture.

Scott Carson, Piping Superintendent

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Safety + Quality

We apply an unparalleled attention to detail, which allows us to consistently deliver products you can trust. We achieve this through our bottom up approach to quality assurance, and thorough employee training programs. Scovan’s level of quality is a company wide shared value that is ingrained in the DNA of our organization.

Scovan has over 50 weld procedures, including: carbon steel, stainless steel, inconel, hastelloy, high nickel, chrome-moly, monel, and other exotics. We are one of the only fabricators capable of this type of technically challenging alloy welding. We can utilize stick, sub-arc, flux-core, STT and TIG welding processes.

Scovan employs a rigorous Quality Management System (QMS) for all fabrication activities which is currently registered in regional jurisdictions, Alberta (ABSA) and Saskatchewan (TSASK). We hold certifications for shop and field construction with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for “S” and “U” designated work, the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors (NBBI) with “S”, “U”, and “R” designated work, as well as the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) for structural steel fabrication. 

Project-specific Quality Management Plans are established at time of award to identify the project specific requirements based on scope of supply. Our Quality Team of Inspectors are Certified in accordance with CSA W178.2 as Level I or Level II, and composed primarily of Red Seal Journeymen, who have attained other industry certifications (API 510/570).



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