Kikinaw Energy Services Ltd. is an industrial maintenance and construction contractor supporting Wind Energy, Oil & Gas, Mining & Utility sectors. Our services include electrical, instrumentation, wind energy construction, operation & maintenance. Kikinaw (which means “our home” in the Cree language) is a Saulteau First Nations member-owned company located in Fort St. John, BC.
Kikinaw is a compliance based organization that prides itself on delivering projects of all sizes and descriptions with the highest standards in safety. Kikinaw strives to achieve customer satisfaction through diligent quality practices providing a compliant & cost effective product. Strategic alliances have been developed with industry leading companies to support our activities, utilizing additional expertise and resources as required.
Building industry, developing community, empowering people
Our Mission is to provide the highest quality maintenance and construction services in a safe and environmentally responsible manner
Statement of Values
- Safety First - Safety is the top priority for all activities, we strive for an ‘interdependent’ safety culture and aim for zero incidents
- Community Development - We invest and grow within the communities in which we work
- Client Satisfaction - Client satisfaction is our objective. Our commitment to clients is not defined by revenue, but by the strength and longevity of the relationships built
- Product Quality - Quality management and control are keys to ensuring a reliable, safe and compliant product
- Environmental Sustainability - Ensuring sustainable, low environmental impact practices and business ethics are at the core of our operations
The Kikinaw Story
As the president of Kikinaw Energy Services, Kory Wood is actively involved in promoting the British Columbia Peace region, local industry and First Nations.
Kory is a proud member of the Saulteau First Nations and long time resident of the Peace River region, growing up in Chetwynd, BC.
For four years Kory worked with youth from the Blueberry River First Nations, located 80km north of Fort St. John, BC. Through this work he found a passion for helping and working with First Nations people, something he has continued to do as President of Kikinaw Energy Services through the provision of training and employment opportunities for local stakeholders and First Nations people.
As a young adult, Kory began working in various industries as an Electrician Apprentice. He obtained his Red Seal Certification in the electrician trade in 2011. In 2012, Kory gained his contractor’s licence in the form of a field safety representative certification from the BC Safety Authority.
With these credentials, Kory began Deldeko Industries Ltd. in 2013. Deldeko Industries was awarded their first electrical contract for upgrades at Blueberry River First Nations.
By summer 2013, Deldeko expanded to four employees and became the preferred electrical service provider at the Willow Creek & Brule Mines in Chetwynd, British Columbia.
Kikinaw Energy Services was incorporated in December of 2013. In 2014, Kikinaw landed their first large contract for labour support at the Pine River Gas Plant Turnaround. Shortly after, Kikinaw obtained a Master Service Agreement (MSA) from Vestas Canadian Wind Technologies and grew to over 10 full-time employees. Renewal of this MSA in 2015, allowed Kikinaw to expand their operations to various Wind Parks across Western Canada.
Growth in services, revenue and manpower continued in 2015 for Kikinaw. In early 2016, 2 privately held companies acquired minority interest in Kikinaw Energy Services. The ownership group combines energetic and ambitious entrepreneurship with experienced proven practices. 2017 was a big year for Kikinaw as the company expanded to almost 50 employees and entered various Wind Energy Projects throughout the Canadian Maritimes.