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Corporate Profile

Strategically placed in Red Deer, Alberta, Aquila Fabrication & Equipment is focused on providing manufacturing and fabrication solutions to the upstream oil and gas industry - both domestic and internationally. We strive to maintain the highest levels of quality, professionalism and integrity in all of our business services. This philosophy allows us to continually meet and exceed our customers' expectations.

Aquila Fabrication & Equipment specializes in the manufacturing of pressure vessels, piping systems, storage tanks and various structural fabrication. We have the background and experience to provide design and consulting services to help our clients determine equipment requirements and specifications for all their process needs.

“Aquila will strive to be the manufacturer of choice
for all present and future customers.”

The management and staff at Aquila Fabrication & Equipment are dedicated to becoming a front-runner in the oilfield equipment supply and manufacturing business. Our aim is to meet all code, regulatory, customer and internal requirements. Continuous evaluation and innovation is the cornerstone of our business. This will ensure our products and services surpass all other competitors.

We are committed to providing training for all personnel to the quality program and review all objectives on a continuing basis, We are focused on ensuring that all staff not only fully understand the various components of the quality system, but also are implementing and incorporating this system in their daily tasks.

Services.

Want to know more about what we can do for you? Here at Aquila, we provide a wide variety of services that ensure our clients get what they need.

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Current Inventory.

There’s no need to call and ask what products we have. You can see our entire list of products available and in stock right here on our websites. 

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