Ozaanaman Engineering is a partnership of two engineering companies and two First Nation Communities; Saulteaux Consulting & Engineering, TBT Engineering Limited, Rainy River First Nations, and Naicatchewenin First Nation.
Ozaanaman Engineering was established to perform and administer a variety of Engineering and Environmental Services. The name Ozaanaman means Earth & Soil in the Ojibwe language.
Our qualified team of professional and technical experts provide services that focus on First Nation Communities and First Nation Initiatives. These services include:
- Asset Condition Reporting System (ACRS)
- Complete Project Management
- Planning & Feasibility Studies
- Business Planning and Business Consulting Services
- Aggregate Resource Prospecting
- Engineering Surveys & Plans
- Geotechnical (Ground) Engineering & Foundation Design
- Construction Materials Testing & Inspection
- Subdivision Development
- Transportation Engineering & Design
- Geological Services & Pavement Engineering
- Environmental Services
- Construction Contract Administration
- Structural Engineering
- Drilling Services & Rentals
- Building Condition Assessments & Audits
As a comprehensive First Nation owned engineering company, Ozaanaman Engineering is capable of serving First Nations communities, throughout Ontario, and can assist in various aspects of infrastructure and related projects including:
- Renewable & Alternative Energy
- Mining Applications
- Land Development
- Highways & Roads
- Power Transmission
- Asset Management
- Solid Waste Facilities & Recycling
- Rail & Transit
- Educational Facilities
- Transportation Planning
Have a vision for a project? No matter the size or scope, we are here to help. As a First Nations owned company, let Ozaanaman Engineering provide your team with industry leading services that centre around professionalism, dedication, and efficiency, while maintaining a strong respect for our environment, and our culture.
The Fort Frances Times recently wrote a story about Ozaanaman Engineering, click here to read it.