About Inline Group
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
SAFETY IS OUR CULTURE
We believe that safety is more than just a workplace requirement, it is an ideology to live and work by.
We are committed to building long-lasting relationships with all of our clients and seek to foster every commitment made with trust and respect.
We are informative, fair and honest.
MULTIPLE SERVICES UNDER ONE ROOF
With Engineering, Materials Testing and Surveying Services, we have the experience and tools needed to get the job done.
YOUTHFUL AND RESOURCEFUL
What do those qualities mean to us? We take what works and look to improve it through innovation and creativity.
Our goal is simple, to provide unparalleled service to customers while maintaining an exceptional safety culture. It’s through this effort that we are determined to build long-term relationships with clients and develop the trust and respect which we carry with our current customers.
“I enjoy going to work for Inline because there is always consistent work on a consistent schedule. Something that sets Inline apart is their willingness to help out without hesitation, be it for extra time off or financial reasons. That appreciation goes a long way!”
Ian Denouden, Survey Party Chief
WE TAKE SAFETY SERIOUSLY
At Inline we regard safety as more than just a workplace requirement, we treat it as a culture. We have created and maintained a strong safety program which focuses on training and education. This program provides all employees with the resources necessary to be safe at work, at home, and in their communities. From our newest hires to our seasoned veterans, Inline has a dedicated training matrix of industry approved and encouraged programs.
Inline Group prides itself on operating with the utmost integrity, responsibility and dependability—not only to our clients, team members and industry, but also to the Indigenous communities we interact with. Our successes are measured through our commitment to establishing and growing mutually beneficial relationships with Canada’s Indigenous people, recognizing and respecting their inherent right to the land and resources.