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Sean Surerus becomes president of Surerus Pipeline Inc.

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Surerus Pipeline Inc. and Surerus Murphy Joint Venture have announced Sean Surerus has been appointed President of Surerus Pipeline Inc.

Sean has served as Vice President of Surerus Pipeline Inc. since 2012 and will replace his father Brian Surerus.  Sean has also been appointed to serve on the Surerus Murphy Joint Venture Board of Directors.  The appointments were effective as of January 22, 2018.

“It is with great pleasure that we announce Sean is moving into the role of President. This is a natural progression after Sean’s leadership in helping to grow the business from a regional contractor to one of the largest pipeline construction companies in Canada, and particularly with the development of SMJV. In addition to a great understanding of the company’s history, Sean has a deep knowledge of Surerus’ people and values. Under Sean’s leadership, we have a clear plan for the company’s future and its continued success,” said Brian Surerus.

Brian Surerus founded the company in 1969 and will remain active in the business as operations CEO.

“I look forward to leading the company into this next exciting phase,” said Sean. “It is an honour to continue the excellent work my father has done over the past 48 years in building Surerus Pipeline Inc. into an industry leader in Canadian pipeline construction.”

Chris Pezoulas will assume the role of Vice President – Operations at SMJV following a 25-year career at TransCanada Pipelines where he was most recently Project Director of the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project.

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