Carey Arnett – President & CEO, Arnett & Burgess Pipeliners Ltd. | Certified Universal Women-Led™
Why is supporting women-owned and women-led businesses important?
Differing perspectives contribute to well-rounded decision-making; which therefore supports the success of businesses. From a business standpoint, it’s about having the right person for the job, without focusing on gender, all the while embracing diversity.
Carey Arnett Carey has over 20 years of diversified experience in the energy industry. Since 2017 she has served as President of Arnett & Burgess Pipeliners, a company that has been building our energy highway since 1957. Arnett & Burgess is one of Canada’s largest small and medium diameter pipeline construction firms with an industry leading position in the pipeline integrity sector. Previously she served as Vice President of Corporate Development for over a decade. Focused on managing sustainable growth, she leads the development of several business lines and innovative growth.
Carey is a third generation pipeliner who began her career in 1997 with GreenPipe, a pipeline engineering and environmental services company. She gained experience as Manager of Business Development with Ensight Information Services, a geomatics pipeline data provider. Carey was a partner in the Energy Investment Handbook for an independent research firm, the Ross Smith Energy Group. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the Haskayne School of Business where she earned the Laurence Decore award for Outstanding Student Leadership.
Recognized for corporate accomplishments and civic leadership, Carey was the recipient of Canada’s Top 40 under 40 Award in 2019. Carey serves on the Board of Governors for the Calgary Petroleum Club as President, and on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association Foundation as Past Chair. Carey has two bright and very active elementary age kids. She is a born Calgarian, and most weekends can be found riding her quarter horses in some of the most beautiful backcountry in the world.
Featherstone Mentorship Program
One of many ways we provide inclusion to Indigenous Communities and introduce young participants to our industry is through the Featherstone Mentoring Program. Our program was implemented in 2013 and provides on-the-job mentorship and training for individuals who want to work in the pipeline construction industry and possess the required tickets but cannot get that first job due to lack of relevant experience. Arnett & Burgess helps ease these barriers by providing hands-on work opportunities in order to gain greater local participation.
Learn more about Arnett & Burgess Pipeliners Ltd.
Over 65 years strong, Arnett & Burgess Pipeliners (A&B) safely provides quality pipeline and facility construction, pipeline integrity, maintenance, custom fabrication, and related construction services to the energy industry. A&B is a service sector survivor in Western Canada known for honesty, capable pipelining, and integrity, and is possibly the oldest pipeline contractor in Canada.
We are managed by many second and third-generation employees, operate a large and well-maintained, fit-for-purpose fleet, have longstanding relationships with Stakeholders in our areas of operation, and we govern our teams with unparalleled safety, integrity, quality and project management systems. Our longevity is directly tied to our people, committed to do a good job from day one.
Focused on managing sustainable growth, and with development of several business lines and geographic expansions, A&B represents a dynamic segment of our sector that builds and maintains the energy highway we all depend upon.
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