Community Engagement

Accutech Engineering Inc. believes that social responsibility is fundamental to the delivery of high-quality Engineering Services.  Accutech strives to leave a positive social footprint on all communities and areas in where projects are completed.  The goal is for Accutech to positively impact the social infrastructure of a community throughout the delivery of physical infrastructure projects.

Accutech is aware of the challenges that are faced by the users of the facilities that we design and develop and are continuously looking for ways to continue to be positive corporate citizens in the areas where we work.

During Accutech’s involvement in the Arctic, we have established several unique programs and are continuously thinking outside-the-box in order have a lasting influence on the communities where we work.  Some initiatives that Accutech has developed or support include:

Nunavut Kamatsiaqtut Help Line

Accutech Engineering Inc. is a proud supporter of the Nunavut Kamatsiaqtut Help Line. Accutech Engineering Inc. believes in promoting mental health and supporting those in need.  The Nunavut Kamatsiaqtut Help Line was founded in 1990 and continues to provide anonymous and confidential telephone counseling and contact service for northerners 365 days a year. For more…

Engap Scholarship

Accutech Engineering Inc. is excited to announce the funding of a new scholarship with the Engineering Access Program (ENGAP) at the University of Manitoba Faculty of Engineering. The $3,000.00 award has been created to support Nunavut Land Claims Beneficiaries that are enrolled in the ENGAP program within the Faculty of Engineering at the University of…

Red River College Scholarship

Accutech believes that producing homegrown STEM professionals is an important step in the continual development of the Territory of Nunavut.  To support this belief, Accutech Engineering Inc is proud to sponsor a scholarship for Nunavut Land Claims beneficiaries enrolled in the Engineering Technology Programs at the Red River College.  This annual award will support one…