It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
A quote from Dickens, yes, but also could describe the fall of the oil and gas industry that happened recently in Calgary.
When the industry went belly up, putting the city into a deep recession, many businesses found themselves cleaning house, going on a hiring freeze, and even for some, shutting their doors altogether.
However, one company, Trialta projects, a nimble EPC firm, managed to weather the storm when most were battening down the hatches and hoping for the best.
Started in an apartment, Trialta’s foundations are humble. And you can feel that humbleness, entrepreneurial vibe, and can-do attitude echo throughout the halls of their offices daily.
How could a company (let’s call them David) climb that oil and gas ladder (let’s call that Goliath) and manage to make the best of times out of the worst of times?
Trialta Projects credits being in the right place at the right time. Right people, right clients, the right attitude.
When most companies started laying off their employees, Trialta tried to save them. They hired talent like it was their job, and they managed to triple in size.
When most companies were uncertain of their future, Trialta “planned the work, and worked the plan.” They followed through on timelines, exceeded expectations, and fostered existing relationships.
When most companies were slashing budgets, and company culture became a thing of the past, Trialta increased that budget and put on phenomenal parties – where everyone was welcome – thus building loyalty with their clients, prospects, and their employees. Showcasing that work doesn’t have to be all about work.
Pop in for breakfast club, join in yoga Wednesday or show up for happy hour and the atmosphere is welcoming – like hanging with your best pals over a glass of wine or tequila on the rocks.
Whatever your poison, they got it.
And they don’t take no for an answer.
If this sounds like your cup of tea and you would like to know more about Trialta projects and what they can do for you, contact Shaun Byrne via cell 403-861-1320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
They would love to break bread, downward dog, or have that beverage mentioned above with you.