EPFC is a diverse team of professionals with extensive experience and capability in engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction, commissioning and start-up, and operations. Although EPFC was formed in 2016, the company has an established history of successfully delivering projects in oil and gas for almost 20 years. Our clients range from large Tier 1 Oil & Gas organizations to small engineering firms. We can support a variety of clients at any stage of project execution.

We consistently challenge the status quo of traditional project execution methodology and are relentless in our pursuit to unlock opportunity for our clients. Our integrated project delivery model requires collaboration between our engineering, fabrication, construction, and operations teams with the objective of delivering turnkey facilities which meet our clients’ needs while efficiently eliminating costly rework that often plagues the backend of many projects.


To be the industry’s first choice for project execution by going the extra mile to deliver best client value.


We deliver safe, high-quality products that we are proud to stand behind.


The individual assigned to this role will be accountable for ensuring piping stress designs follow all applicable codes, standards and specifications. Intermediate Piping Stress Engineers will work on one or multiple assigned projects and support the project team through execution.


  • Under supervision of the Senior Piping Stress Engineer perform piping stress analyses for piping systems using both Caesar II and manual methods where appropriate.
  • Suggest piping modifications, select proper standard pipe supports to control piping stress, thermal growth, equipment nozzle loads and loads on restraints.
  • Design special and engineered pipe supports as applicable.
  • Review, check, and comment on the content of internal and external documents
  • Coordinate piping stress design with all involved disciplines and issue stress comments as required.
  • Compile reports, issue Data Sheets and perform technical bid evaluations.
  • Provide technical support to the project group including procurement, sub contactors, fabrication, and construction activities.
  • Develop and review project deliverables.
  • Closely follow EPFC core values and work effectively with engineers, designers, drafters, technicians, and project managers


  • Ability to organize and prioritize multiple work activities.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills coupled with the ability to work effectively with all clients, both internal and external.
  • Be able to quickly learn new techniques, suggest improvements and grow as a professional.
  • Ability to function in multidisciplinary projects involving various disciplines.
  • Ability to work and contribute individually and as part of a team.
  • Establish, maintain, and build healthy internal and client relationships.
  • Strong work ethic and attention to detail.


  • Degree in Engineering or technical school graduate with a minimum of 4+ years of piping stress engineering experience.
  • Sufficient knowledge of ASME B31.3, B31J and CSA Z662 Codes, applicable API codes for equipment nozzle loading.
  • Proficiency with Caesar II, Navisworks, Bluebeam and Microsoft Office applications, experience with Nozzle Pro.
  • Preference will be given to those candidates who have prior oil and gas, EPC or EPCM experience.
  • Registration with APEGA as an EIT or Professional Engineer is an asset.


  • Industry class competitive compensation and vacation plan
  • Medical and dental plan
  • Health/Wellness spending account
  • RRSP matching program
  • Annual Professional Development budget
  • EPFC Young Professionals Group
  • Staff events and teambuilding


EPFC is an equal opportunity employer which recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All suitably qualified candidates will receive coordination for employment based on objective criteria and without regard to race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristics in accordance with the relevant governing laws.