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Walleye Locating was founded in 2018 by Experienced Line Locators in response to the new realities of the Canadian Energy Sector. We are focused on building a company that provides the highest quality and service, while minimizing our costs so that we can provide our services at reasonable, affordable rates. Walleye provides it’s services in both Alberta and Saskatchewan, and is a registered company in both provinces.
Brad Armstrong is the Owner, President and Sr. Line Locator of Walleye Locating Ltd. With 23 Years of Line Locating and Survey Experience, Brad can handle any type of locate to the highest standards required for your Ground Disturbance needs. In addition to Line Locating and Surveying, Brad is also an experienced Crossing Inspector and Ground Disturbance Supervisor of over 14 years. Brad has provided third party expert opinions and investigations on buried line hits. With his extensive experience in the industry, he can offer help with many aspects outside of just your typical locates. Brad is responsible for the overall and day to day operations of the company. Outside of line locating, Brad has a passion for fishing. He is an enthusiastic sport fisherman. Brad grew up in Central Alberta, and has been a proud Albertan his entire life.
Emily Gamble is the General Manager and a Line Locator of Walleye Locating Ltd. Emily has 11 years of line locating experience in many diverse areas of line locating including major projects, oilfield and facility line locating, and in city/utility based locating. Emily’s diverse experience in line locating is an asset to any scope of work you may have. In addition to line locating, Emily has assisted in providing third party expert opinions and legislation research and review of buried line hits. Emily is responsible for day to day operations, creation and maintenance of the company’s HSE program, and representing the company on HSE matters. Outside of Walleye Locating, Emily is a lifelong musician. She grew up in Southern British Columbia playing blues music at a number of live venues, snowboarding, and playing hockey among other interests. Emily moved to Alberta at the age of 18 to pursue an oilfield career, and has called Alberta home ever since.