Rally Engineering is a mid-sized, 100% Canadian owned full-service multi-discipline EPCM consulting engineering firm with a reputation of working cooperatively with our clients to execute challenging brownfield and greenfield industrial projects safely, on time, on budget, while maintaining industry and client quality standards.
From Concept to Commissioning
Rally was formed in 2006 when we opened our first office above a small Chinese restaurant in the Old Strathcona district of Edmonton. In the beginning, Rally started with only a handful of experts, and our primary focus was high quality engineering, preparing feasibility reports and front end studies (DBM and FEED) in downstream refining (metals and crude oil) and petrochemical industries.
Today, we have built Rally into a mid-sized multi-discipline EPCM consulting organization with over 150 personnel working in the oil sands, pipelines, refining, petrochemical, metals refining, fertilizer, and pulp and paper industries. We have four office locations: a 32,000 square foot Head Office in Sherwood Park, Alberta, and satellite offices in Fredericton, New Brunswick; Sarnia, Ontario; and Calgary Alberta providing professional services across Canada in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and New Brunswick. We are all very proud of our company growth and success.
Our diverse expertise in the energy industry and brownfield project execution allows us to provide practical, fit for purpose solutions to our clients throughout the project life cycle.
The execution of maintenance and turnaround projects has always been a part of our core business, and still represents half of our business plan going forward. As such, Rally Engineering continues to maintain the ability to effectively work within our clients’ operating facilities, executing complex turnaround work and projects that require time critical tie-in integration.
Rally’s projects extend to Mining & Metals; Oil Sands & SAGD; Pipeline Facilities; Manufacturing; Pulp & Paper; and Refining & Petrochemicals.