Shared successes

When you partner with Sureway, you can be confident that systematic planning and quality design will be integral to the project. This attention to detail is what drives our business and keeps us diligent. From management and administration, to site supervisors and project crews, our partners value the expertise each member of our team brings.

Joint Ventures

Pioneering partnerships

Anthony Henday Drive

Southeast Leg, Edmonton, AB

  • First P3 in Alberta
  • $400M+ P3 consortium involving design-build-finance-operate
  • Completed project on time, on budget, safely, and to a quality surpassing transportation standards

Surebrook Developments

Fort McMurray, AB

  • 245 Acres of Residential and Commercial Developments in Stone Creek and Parsons Creek Communities
  • Majority owner
  • Construction manager
  • Primary contractor

Other Joint Venture Highlights

  • P3 Consortium – Northwest Anthony Henday Drive, Edmonton, AB
  • P3 Consortium Bid – Stony Trail NE Leg, Calgary, AB
  • Design-Build Group – Stony Plain Road/100 Ave Interchanges on Anthony Henday Drive, Edmonton, AB

Sureway builds relationships with Indigenous communities on a foundation of trust, respect, and understanding through our inclusive approach:

  • Facilitating partnerships between Sureway and Indigenous organizations and businesses, including joint ventures and strategic alliances
  • Establishing employment, education, training and apprenticeship opportunities for Indigenous Peoples
  • Actively developing an awareness of Indigenous culture across Sureway
  • Understanding the potential impact of Sureway’s business operations on Indigenous communities

“We take pride in creating valuable and enduring economic benefits for the communities in which we operate.”  Bruce Hagstrom, President, Sureway Group Inc.


Recent examples:

Highway 43 Twinning South of Whitecourt, AB (Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation)

  • Employing local qualified workforce and contracting community equipment rentals
  • Subcontracted Aboriginal groups for clearing


Highway 43 Twinning Gunn, AB, to Glenevis, AB (Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation)

  • Worked with Member owned companies for equipment rentals and workforce
  • Used locally owned companies for clearing, landscaping, and fencing


Highway 60 Service Roads and Enoch Interior Roads (Enoch First Nation)

  • Worked with Aboriginal groups for labour and manpower
  • Negotiated with band for land use and revision of drainage to facilitate reserve operations


Management and Supervision

  • Sureway’s management and supervision team has considerable individual experience which can be drawn upon for the successful training, mentorship and implementation of First Nation labour forces

Women Building Futures

Transcending boundaries


Sureway, Olds College, and Women Building Futures

  • 17-week program launched to train female heavy equipment operators
  • Held at the Women Building Futures’ training facility in Edmonton with 15 women enrolled
  • Students transferred to Sureway’s main site for hands-on learning and equipment operation