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At KPCL, we are building today for tomorrow. Everyone makes a difference. Owned by the Panteluk family for over 60 years, we embrace family values throughout our operations and when you join KPCL, you join a diverse and inclusive team..



KPCL is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce that performs high-quality work safely. Whether you are new to the industry, looking to grow within the industry, or re-entering the workforce, our leaders can help you build capabilities and skillsets of your own.

At KPCL, you will find multiple career path opportunities. This includes:

  • Administration
  • Catering and Camp Services
  • Earthworks Supervision
  • Construction Labourers
  • Heavy Equipment Operators and Trainees
  • Project Supervision and Construction Surveyors
  • Heavy-Duty Mechanics and Service Personnel
  • Safety Advisors

We look for candidates who, among other attributes and skillsets:

  • Want to be a part of and work as a team
  • Have strong communication and listening skills
  • Are safety conscious and alert to surroundings
  • Are interested and able to work outdoors in all types of weather
  • Enjoy seeing visible progress of project during construction
  • Able to adhere to our Fitness for Duty policy
  • Can be flexible with work schedule as work is seasonal and weather dependent
  • Willing to work overtime and weekends

For further information, refer to our Frequently Asked Questions.

Check out their stories

Mike Goforth

Starting Position: Construction Labourer

Current Position: Heavy Equipment Operator

Mike joined the KPCL team in 2017 and while he did not have any previous civil construction experience, he did have some industrial construction experience working on various projects like the Mosaic Stadium in Regina. With KPCL, he started as a labourer and was primarily involved in all aspects of the installation of geotextile materials for erosion control. Towards the end of his first season, Mike was given the opportunity to learn how to operate some pieces of heavy equipment – packer and rock truck – and he credits his willing-to-learn attitude as the attribute that helped supervisors give him that opportunity. From a young age, Mike had an interest in operating equipment and was eager for any opportunity to learn; the largest piece of heavy equipment he has operated to date with KPCL is a 60-ton rigid frame haul truck. He is confident and proud of what he has achieved with KPCL so far.