EMC has been on site at Bruce Power since 2007. In 2016, EMC made Kincardine its home, with 84 per cent of its employees from the local area.
EMC’s senior management moved to the Bruce County area in support of EMC’s long-term goals and vision and to support Bruce Power’s operation until 2064. We are intertwined in fabric of Bruce County, raising our families and supporting local businesses, schools and community activities.
EMC has been leading the Kincardine Soccer lighting project on the Bruce Ave. soccer field in Kincardine. EMC also continues to work with welding students at Fanshawe College, offering mentorship on what different careers the nuclear industry has to offer.
EMC recently secured office and warehousing space located on the corner of Concession 11 and Hwy 21 in Tiverton. The 3500-square foot facility is in addition to the current space EMC operates out of on Hwy 21 S in Kincardine.
In support of Bruce Power’s upcoming Major Component Replacement project and Assets Management work, EMC will be hosting a job fair on March 7 at the Lake Huron Learning Centre in Kincardine from 4-8 p.m. Representatives will be on hand to answer questions and accept resumes. All are welcome.
EMC Power Canada (EMC) Ltd. has operated since 2005, providing specialized construction management and multi discipline trade services. EMC offers a wide range of expertise in construction and the ability to provide clients with services including manufacturing, installation, Inspection, modification, auditing and maintenance for power generation and distribution in nuclear and non-nuclear applications. EMC is certified to provide Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) suite of services. For specialized projects, EMC has drawn upon its resources and business relationships to offer our clients the best possible option for all aspects of the work.