Gemini Values

"We'd like to share our gratitude for the continued support we receive from our Ponoka community."

Gemini does more than manufacturing steel products for the oil & gas industry. We create jobs and opportunities for the surrounding communities in Alberta. But our economic contribution would not be possible without the continued support of the town of Ponoka. We are proud to be members of this community, and we do anything we can to give back. 

Ways Gemini takes part or gives back to our communty 


  • Ponoka Stampede- Sponsor

  • Ponoka Hockey Team – Donor

  • Ponoka Hockey Rink - Sponsor

  • Central Alberta Minor Hockey Association - Sponsor/Coach

  • Central Alberta Minor Baseball Association - Sponsor/Coach

  • Calgary Stampede - Sponsor

  • In From the Cold - Volunteer

To seek Gemini sponsorships or community activities please contact our team.



Gemini Values

Quality is Ingrained in our DNA

Gemini upholds a reputation for exemplary emphasis on quality. We apply an unparalleled attention to detail, which allows us to consistently deliver products you can trust and display with pride. We achieve this through our buttom up approach to quality assurance, and thorough employee training programs. This level of quality is a company wide shared value that is ingrained in the DNA of every employee. 

Gemini Certifications:



About Gemini

Module Fabrication Capabilities

Gemini Fabrication has a strong reputation for providing high quality fabrication services to the Western Canadian Energy Industry. Our fabrication facility, located in Ponoka, AB, is equipped with the following abilities: wellpads, fabrication & assembly of modules, MCC buildings, pipe racks, meter skids, pipe spools, pump houses, and utility packages among others. Gemini Fabrication's integrated approach allows for the ability to self-perform almost all aspects of the build in-house. This vertical integration allows for schedule and cost certainty other facilities cannot offer due to their high level of subcontract activities. All module fabrication and assembly activities take place at Gemini Fabrication's Ponoka Facility. Gemini Fabrication is situated on the Alberta Highline Corridor and has no restrictions with module size and weight.

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Total Area:

Laydown Area:

Shop Area:

Indoor storage:

Area under roof:

Painting facility:

Over 50 Acres

15 Acres

19,400 sqft

9,200 sqft

25,400 sqft

12,000 sqft

Our shop offers complete flexibility and capability with all the standard and key weld procedures including carbon steel, stainless steel, inconel, hastelloy, high nickel, chrome-moly, monel, and other exotics. Duplex and Super duplex.

Currently, we have sufficient available space to house up to 50 standing, full sized Alberta modules, at various stages of completion. 




Average Welding:

Repair Rate:

150 units/year

12,500 FDI/wk/shift

10 FDI/Man /HR


Pipe fabrication is housed within our 18,400 sq ft shop. This space can be increased by adding up to an additional 24 outdoor stations. Our average welding productivity is 100 FDI/day/welder or 10/FDI per hour, and our repair rate is < 1% on a rolling 12 month basis.

Pipe Fabrication

Gemini produces 100 FDI/welder at <1% repair rate

This allows for an intimate understanding of both the trade and code requirements governing our work. Our Quality department prides itself on working collaboratively with our client’s inspectors in a joint effort toward a successful project.

Gemini has over 50 weld procedures, including: carbon steel, stainless steel, inconel, hastelloy, high nickel, chrome-moly, monel, and other exotics. We are one of the only fabricators capable of this type of technically challenging alloy welding. We can utilize stick, sub-arc, flux-core, STT and TIG welding processes.

Gemini Fabrication employs a rigorous Quality Management System (QMS) for all fabrication activities which is currently registered in regional jurisdictions, Alberta (ABSA) and Saskatchewan (TSASK). Currently we hold certifications for shop and field construction with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for “S” and “U” designated work, the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors(NBBI) with “S”, “U”, and “R” designated work, as well as the Canadian Welding Bureau(CWB) for structural steel fabrication. Project-specific Quality Management Plans are established at time of award to identify the project specific requirements based on scope of supply. Our Quality Team of Inspectors are Certified in accordance with CSA W178.2 as Level I or Level II, and composed primarily of Red Seal Journeymen, who have attained other industry certifications (API 510/570).



About Gemini

Health, Safety, Security, and Environment

One of Gemini Fabrication’s core values is “We have an unwavering commitment to our industry leading safety program and the security it provides.” Gemini recognizes that all workers have the right to work in a safe and healthy work environment.

We believe in safeguarding our employees and the communities where we live and work. Our policies, procedures, and programs are designed to secure the health and safety of our employees and minimize harm to the environment.

Gemini Safety Principals

  • We believe that all incidents are preventable, and our goal is to be a leader in our industry.

  • We are committed to supporting our employees with programs that will ensure their safety and minimize harm to the environment.

  • The well-being of our people begins with our employees and this safety culture is embedded throughout our entire organization.

  • Our success is measured by how well we manage the health, safety, and security of our employees and the integrity of the environment.

Gemini is strongly committed to providing excellent service without compromising the health, safety, and security of staff, clients, suppliers, or the general public. Our policies and practices, along with client requirements, are an integral part of how we conduct our business.

Gemini Safety Credentials

  • Avetta

  • ISNet World

  • ComplyWorks

  • TSASK - Saskatchewan Quality Control Program Certificate of Registration

  • NBIB - National board repair and alterations

  • ASME B31.1, ASME B31.3, ASME B31.9, ASME "U" Stamp, ASME "S" Stamp

  • ABSA AOQP – 7222/1337

  • CSA