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Chris Neitsch, Mike Walchuk and Mongolian Trade Commissioner Outside Gemini

Gemini Welcomes Canadian Trade Commissioner to Mongolia

Returning from trade business in Quebec and Ontario, Canadian Trade Commissioner to Mongolia, Enkhzorig (Ebe) Erdenebayar, scheduled time to meet with Sr. Management at the invitation of Gemini President Chris Neitsch.

Mongolia holds an abundance of mineral resources, a thriving mining sector, comparable climate and geography as well as similar service and supply requirements as Alberta’s major oilsands players

GM Winston MacLean and Mongolian Trade Commissioner 

General Manager Winston MacLean and Canadian Trade Commissioner to Mongolia Enkhzorig (Ebe) Erdenebayar

“The purpose of the visit was to provide the Trade Commissioner a firsthand experience with the day-to-day operations and processes of a company uniquely suited to the fabrication and repair needs of Mongolia’s burgeoning mining industry,” Gemini’s VP of Business & Product Development Mike Walchuk said.

After touring the machine works, rotating equipment repair center and heavy equipment repair facility the Trade Commissioner attended several operations, planning meetings as well as Gemini’s monthly HSE meeting. Mr. Erdenebayar’s role is to assist Canadian companies by providing advice on marketing strategies and up-to-date market and sector information to help smooth the path for Canadian companies looking to do business in Mongolia.

Chris Neitsch, who recently returned from Mongolia himself said, “Mongolia holds an abundance of mineral resources, a thriving mining sector, comparable climate and geography as well as similar service and supply requirements as Alberta’s major oilsands players. There are excellent JV opportunities for companies that have the right capabilities, experience and ambition to move in that direction.”

Gemini operates two 45,000 sq. ft. facilities specializing in large OD and production machining, rotating and heavy equipment repair, structural fabrication and pressure piping with joint venture partnerships in Columbia, Poland, China, and Mongolia.




Gemini Designated Hardox® Wearparts Center – Edmonton

Gemini Joins the World’s Leading Wear Service Network!

In keeping with Gemini’s commitment to provide the highest quality products and services we have joined the world’s leading wear service network – Hardox® Wearparts. Designated Hardox Wearparts Center – Edmonton, Gemini provides rebuild & repair services to the mining, oil & gas, power generation and other heavy industries.

Featured is a recently completed Clam & Backwall ready for transport to a major mining operation in Fort McMurray, AB where it will be mounted on a Hitachi EX8000 Hydraulic Excavator. Outfitted with Hardox® 450 inside of the backwall and Hardox® 550 on the bottom of the backwall these tough wear plates provide exceptional wear and abrasion resistance as well as substantially longer wear life compared to other AR steel grades.

View Gemini’s Hardox® Wearparts Center Profile here.

Gemini offers a comprehensive scope of welding, fabrication and overlay services, backed by our 45,000 sq. ft. state of the art machine works, to meet the demanding needs of our client’s projects. Our team of experienced and dedicated professionals are ready to tackle even the largest manufacturing/repair projects.


Clam & Backwall ready for transport to a major mining operation in Fort McMurray, AB and mounted on a Hitachi EX8000 Hydraulic Excavator.



Gemini Machine Works Inc. is a world-class manufacturing solutions provider with a passion for precision, quality, and innovation.



remembrance day post 2018 - gemini machine works

Lest We Forget

On this 100th year anniversary of the end of WWI Gemini Machine Works wishes to honor the men and women who fought for Canada in the First World War, the Second World War, and the Korean War, as well as those who have served since then.


Bucyrus 495 BI dipper transport to mine

Bucyrus 495 BI Dipper – Returning to Mine by Heavy Haul

Project Complete!

Gemini’s Welding, Fabrication & Heavy Equipment Repair Facility saw another Dipper leave for a Ft. McMurray mine where it will be mounted on a Bucyrus 495 BI Electric Rope Shovel. Refurbishment on this type of Heavy Mine Equipment is literally no small feat. Undoubtedly, this must have turned some heads on the Anthony Henday Drive (a major freeway that encircles Edmonton) as well as HWY 63.

Undoubtedly, this must have turned some heads on the Anthony Henday Drive…

Two mobile cranes with a combined 230 Ton heavy lift capacity were used

The Heavy Equipment Repair Team utilized a great deal of technical and trades resources to complete this Dipper project including: certified inspectors, NDE, crack repair, expendable wear component replacement, machining, millwrighting, welding & fabrication, overlay, build-up, critical alignment & assembly, and more.

Transporting this behemoth more than 450 km safely definitely takes some specialized equipment and a team of oversize load professionals. Two heavy lift mobile cranes with a combined 230 Ton lift capacity were used to maneuver the almost 168000 lb Dipper onto a hammock style conventional trailer.

As shown below, the coordinated effort of Gemini Machine Works and our Heavy Haul partners to get this massive component on the road and to its destination – professionally and safely.








heritage day long weekend 2018

Heritage Day / August Long Weekend

Heritage Day (August Long Weekend)

A proper work-life balance is essential for continued success.

Although, both our facilities will be closed on Monday, August 6th we are AlwaysON™ and available 24/7 at 1-885-GEMINI8

Regular hours resume on the 7th. Have a great weekend everyone!

welding, fabrication & heavy equipment repair facility expansion
Corporate News

Expansion into Second Facility

Generous Growth Leads to New Welding, Fabrication & Heavy Equipment Repair Facility

To enhance our welding and fabrication programs; Gemini is also expanding into a second facility in Nisku, Alberta. This 36,000‐sq. ft. facility situated on 7.5 acres and a total crane capacity of 50 Tons, will house all welding for piping, vessels, structural steel, and the associated fabrication services as well as our welded build‐up, repairs, and overlay systems.
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What is being called one of Edmonton’s most complex infrastructure projects to date, the Walterdale Bridge, has been a sight to behold as we’ve watched it progress from theory to construction. Despite the delays that garnered plenty of attention with some understandably disappointed Edmontonians watching from the side lines not able to enjoy this new marvel of engineering for just a little bit longer.

Here at Gemini Machine, we feel incredibly honored that we have been able to contribute to this soon to be iconic feat of architectural design and structural engineering. As some readers may already know, Gemini was given the privilege of providing a sizable portion of structural steel fabrication and machining services. Thanks to our pre-existing scalable capacities we were able to successfully provide top quality and quick turnaround for all services needed by the bridge team.

Here around the shop, the staff are waiting for the day we can drive across that red carpet river crossing; and the right to annoy loved ones in the car by reminding them that our team got to play a vital role in the bridges development!