Imperial Oil begins first phase of move to Quarry Park Business Park in southeast Calgary, Canada

Imperial Oil begins first phase of move to Quarry Park
Complete move to be finished by first half of 201

By Mario Toneguzzi, Calgary Herald May 5, 2014 11:31 AM

CALGARY – It’s a new era for Imperial Oil as the energy giant has begun moving its first employees from the company’s downtown headquarters into new office space in the suburban Quarry Park southeast neighbourhood.

This weekend, about 170 staff will be moving into the first building on the campus-style development which will eventually comprise five, five-storey office buildings as well as another building for amenities.

The complete move of all staff and contractors – totalling about 3,000 – will be completed by the first half of 2016.

Shinderpal Sangha, a project procurement advisor who has been with Imperial for the past 10 years, was checking out her new office space on Friday.

“I’m in the process of moving. So today’s move day for me. My first work day at the campus will be May 5 on Monday,” said Sangha.

“I love it. The very first time that I walked into this space it’s a very welcoming space. It’s a very refreshing feeling with access to all the daylight views in this space. I really look forward to working in it. That combined with the very great technology that’s going to be made available to us and the new furniture, it’s excellent.”

Imperial is consolidating into the new campus on the 20-acre site at Quarry Park.


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Imperial Oil’s comments on their new headquarters

Podcast covering some of the details and issues of the move



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