Terex has gained a measure of success over the years as a direct result of the people that form the company.  Continued project-based growth from existing clients is a testament to the effectiveness of the Terex work model.   Both clients and staff value our commitment to professionalism, work-place ethics, and pervasive safety.

Company History

Terex was established in 2006 to provide environmental consulting services to the upstream oil and gas sector.  Our cumulative experience attracted clients and staff, promoting company growth.  Expansion allowed Terex to incorporate additional diversity in education and experience in our staff base.  In 2011 Terex relocated their head office to the Beltline District of Calgary to better serve clients and facilitate expansion.

Our People

The staff at Terex have developed a culture of professionalism and collaboration. Our group of professional geologists, engineers. agrologists and technicians create a dedicated team providing scientifically based and fiscally sound solutions for clients throughout Alberta.  We believe in hiring bright minds and offering continuing opportunities to learn through ongoing training and education.

Leadership is provided by Arthur Giurici, P.Geol., who has worked as an environmental consultant for over 15 years.  Ethical work practices, scientific excellence, and a desirable work culture are pillars established by Mr. Giurici that have defined Terex throughout the years.

Corporate Responsibility

Terex is committed to corporate citizenship and conducts its business ethically in accordance with provincial and federal legislation. Terex contributes to and promotes sustainable development on behalf of its clients through the delivery of scientifically based assessments and the application of practical and achievable mitigation measures.

Terex recognizes its social responsibility by supporting philanthropy for a variety of causes. We encourage our staff to participate in charitable programs, professional societies and community groups.

Workplace Safety

Terex recognizes its role as a leader in promoting worker health and safety and continuously strives to enhance practices that improve safety performance.

Terex has received a Certificate of Recognition (COR) from the Alberta WCB in recognition of the development and implementation of a health and safety program in keeping with the principles and standards of the Partnerships in Injury Reduction Program.

Safety information for Terex can be accessed through Complyworks or ISNetword, or by contacting our office directly.

Professional Association Memberships

  • Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta
  • Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan
  • Alberta Institute of Agrology

Industry and Business Associations

  • Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists
  • Canadian Land Reclamation Association
  • National Ground Water Association
  • Environmental Services Association of Alberta