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Celebrating The Women At 3-D

This International Women’s Day we would like to celebrate the industrious Women at 3-D!

We wouldn’t be the company we are today without the invaluable input from these team members.

Chelsey Kopp: Line Locating Technician Assistant

Chris Edwards: Administrative Support / Inventory Control

Jody Gibbons: Controller:  Accounting Clerk

Patricia Kozubski: HSE Coordinator

Lindsay Mayr: Vice President


3D-logo-redesign-bup33-D Line Locating Ltd is a privately owned Buried Pipeline and Utility Locating company. For over 20 years, we have been at the forefront of the Damage Prevention industry in Western Canada. Although the industry has changed significantly over the last 20 years, we have been very fortunate to have been at the leading edge of the evolution and still maintain the highest levels of quality, accuracy, consistency and customer satisfaction in our industry.

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Another Familiar Face at 3-D!


Ryan Mehler- Operational Development Manager                      (with his wife; Julie and daughter Harper)

Focusing on another familiar Face at 3-D!

Operational Development Manager

Ryan joined our 3-D Team, last fall, with over 13 years’ experience; beginning in the engineering side of cathodic protection and eventually lead into the Ground Disturbance industry.

He brings an enthusiastic, humorous personality to our team and is vigorously supporting and managing our Ground Disturbance Division. You can find Ryan pacing the hallways and offices while handling the overflow of One Call submissions and responses or frequenting the field doing what he does best.

In 2009 he was introduced to the Ground Disturbance and Line Locating Industry where he was heavily trusted upon to audit Inspectors performing Ground Disturbance around hot lines on various projects and areas around the Provinces. In order to promote safe digging within these client’s organisations his main priority was assisting and directing them through the creation and/or design of their own Ground Disturbance Code of Practice(s).

On top of his many years of Ground Disturbance training and education Ryan also currently holds his NACE tickets for corrosion protection and looks forward to furthering that knowledge while at 3-D.

Safe digging and all aspects of performing safe Ground Disturbance has been exceedingly significant to his career and will continue to be for the countless years to come.

When you get to know Ryan he has quite the fascinating pre-ground disturbance career as well! Before starting in this Industry; he spent majority of his time travelling the USA, Europe, Australia and most of Canada playing professional baseball. He continues to play occasionally in Edmonton in his spare time although his love of golf has filled up majority of that spare time he talks about.

Ryan has a beautiful wife, Julie, of 3 years and recently welcomed their daughter, Harper, last September.

We are more than excited to have Ryan on the 3-D Team and look forward to the many challenging, exciting years ahead together!

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Celebrating International Women’s Day!

Celebrating these Ladies Today!


Left to right:
Jody Gibbons- A/P, A/R, Payroll Clerk
Lindsay Mayr- Vice President-Co-Owner
Darlene Mann- Administrative Support
Heather Niessen- Administrative Support

It is because of these women we continue to be successful in so many ways at 3-D. We all play a vital role within our organization from helping bridge the gap of communications from the field; to the office and to our clients. Making sure every day our crews are equipped with all tools they need to perform their jobs and return home safe each day, keeping the men we work alongside in the office organized and yes even making sure everyone is compensated for their hard work. We are the “behind-the-scene” tools that make the business run smoothly.

I cannot forget to mention the few hard-working ladies that are part of our “field team” (locating assistants) that come to work every day and give it their best. These ladies work hard and brave the ever changing Alberta weather day in and day out. Their names are Sheila Wallace and Emily Gamble. These two also play a vital role within our organization working alongside their Crew Chiefs and providing them with support and their hard work. CHEERS to you!!

I am so thankful and blessed to be working alongside these fabulous, hardworking Ladies. Each one of us brings our own unique, talent and strengths to our operation and together we create one hell of a strong Team!

Here’s to recognizing and celebrating International Women’s Day with these brilliant Ladies. CHEERS!

Patricia Kozubski- HSE Coordinator
Enjoying her time off with her son Roland

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