ParFab Expands its Client Reach with Addition of a New Canadian Business Development Professional

ParFab, a provider of turnkey construction, specialty welding, fabrication and turnaround services for the refining, petrochemical, syngas and power industries; announced today that it is expanding its client engagement capabilities in North America through the addition of personnel in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. This will provide support and growth into the Canadian region to better serve our customers’ needs.

ParFab brought on Randy Bignell, CET as its Regional Vice President of Business Development to lead client and partner engagement efforts in Canada. Based in Calgary, Mr. Bignell brings a depth of experience in business development, client relations, scope appropriate contract formation and innovative commercial model development capabilities garnered from decades of experience at Fortune 500 engineering, procurement, and construction companies. “We are very excited to welcome Randy to the Canadian team and we look forward to supporting him as he leads the continued growth with new and existing clients.” says Mark Fox, Senior Vice President of Operations for ParFab Canada.

“The introduction of ParFab to the Canadian heavy industries is due to a rise in projects for the refining, syngas and petrochemical sectors as wells as encouragement from existing clients who are trying to get more from their existing assets,” said Randy Bignell. “I believe that our expertise in fired heater fabrication, assembly, installation and maintenance coupled with market sensitive commercial models and highly productive execution strategies has a place in the Canadian heavy industrial market. Our quality commitment, safety culture and cost-efficient solutions will bring a new array of capabilities to the Canadian marketplace as a single-source turnkey provider. This is a model that ParFab has applied successfully worldwide.”

This new Calgary office is ParFab’s fourth regional office, with locations existing in Geismar, Louisiana; Baytown and Port Arthur, Texas and Inola, Oklahoma, furthering its commitment to serving its customers from coast to coast and providing localized support to their growing need for dependable partnerships.

“Opening the Calgary location in the energy epicenter of Canada is the best place to broaden our footprint and further demonstrate our commitment to provide world class craftsmanship and fabrication and in turn better serve our clients,” Fox added.

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