Bar W serves its clients with 200 plus years of accumulated industry expertise.
Supporting construction, service and maintenance disciplines.
Bar W represents all major players in the downstream petroleum industry,
with Certified Authorized Service Representatives.
Bar W Petroleum & Electric is a diverse contracting and service company supporting two major industry sectors in Alberta, the Industrial/Commercial Electrical Industry, and the Downstream Petroleum Industry. Bar W has built a strong foundation of people, reputation, and integrity since 1988.
Bar W is owned and operated by the United Farmers of Alberta since 2007. Bar W has continued to grow within and support the two industry sectors maintaining the status of an industry leading company.
Bar W Petroleum & Electric supports clients with 18 to 20 tooled and stocked service trucks. Bar W technicians are trained in their specific discipline of expertise and cross-trained with the other disciplines in order to provide a higher level of diverse service to our multi discipline clients. The Bar W technician disciplines of expertise are electrical, electronics, instrumentation, computers, networks, petroleum mechanics, pipefitters, project managers, consultants, and commissioning techs.
Bar W also offers clients in the Downstream Petroleum sector a complete fuel management solution with the equipment required to manage, control, and report their fuel delivery operations.
Bar W Petroleum & Electric has field service centers in Calgary, Edmonton and Red Deer, dispatched from our call center in Red Deer. Bar W Petroleum & Electric maintains a sub-contractor network throughout the provinces of Alberta, BC, and Saskatchewan in order to support the large geographical service demands.
Bar W Petroleum & Electric is non-union with certified and qualified tradesmen such as pipe-fitters, plumbers, electricians, electronic technicians and
carpenters complete with fully equipped service trucks. Our shop and office facilities are equipped to handle jobs ranging from mechanical equipment rebuilds to remote connection computer troubleshooting