For over 70 years, TC Energy have operated pipelines, storage facilities and power plants that provide energy solutions in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. Since their first pipelines were built in Alberta in 1954 (then known as the Alberta Gas Trunk Line Company), TC Energy has been energy problem solvers who think big. 

To support operations across northern Alberta, TC Energy commissioned in 1981 a 46,000 SF warehouse on 40 acres at 425 Diamond Avenue in Spruce Grove. Today, over 50 employees operate out of this location.
TC Energy has grown to become the world’s second-largest operator of natural gas pipelines, with a team of over 7,000 people working across the continent. In Alberta, they operate 25,500 km of pipeline connecting the province through their NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL) and Foothills Pipeline Systems. All of that work and all of those people need space to succeed.
Recently, TC Energy acquired 61 Mica Link in Spruce Grove, a modern facility on 13 acres. The main building and shop provide an additional, and much needed, 47,000 SF of operating space. This will ensure their construction services team continues to work and operate safely, close to their existing facility and transportation networks. TC Energy now owns 62 acres of land in Spruce Grove, providing room to grow. 
From projects and operations, TC Energy in the last year alone generated over $29 million in contracting, procurement, and hiring in the City of Spruce Grove.
"As we look forward to making best use of the space we’ve acquired, you’ll hear more from us on our plans!" - Cole Thomson, Community Relations Manager