On behalf of Catch Engineering, I thank you for visiting our website and taking the time to learn about our organization and offerings.
Catch Engineering began in 2006 when the ability to find a reliable, independent and effective source of EI&C engineering services focused on the Energy and Utilities industries posed a significant challenge. An aging demographic combined with resource retention challenges due to competitive pressures from industry-wide project volume demand created an exodus of experience from the marketplace and a knowledge vortex that persists today throughout Western Canada.
A vision, Catch Engineering, was devised out of the desire to create an organization that would provide an uncompromising commitment to the delivery of engineering and design services focused exclusively on the electrical and automation fields of expertise, but also offering specialized engineering, procurement, commissioning, and construction management. Our business model is simple: remain focused, provide a value-add service through the engagement of highly qualified and professional resources, and ensure that our customers’ expectations and needs are our top priorities.
Today, the Catch Engineering organization has grown … within the depth of our resources, our service offerings to our customers, and our ability to take on challenges to meet the high standards expected of our organization. As we continue to evolve and expand, we will not waiver in our commitment to provide that quality of service in the delivery of innovative and practical solutions towards project engagements. It is through this commitment that we will endeavor to become your partner of choice.
We are confident in the future of the Catch Engineering organization as we look toward new opportunities and continued success with our valued customers. I encourage you to contact us to learn more about our company, the services we offer, and the career opportunities available to challenge you.
Hartley R. Harris, P.Eng.
“REEL in the excellence, CAPTURE the expertise.” – Catch Engineering