Our Operations Manager, Stephen Marcia is involved with Taekwon-Do in Regina and his club is raising money for Martial Arts for Justice. This charity fights slavery, human trafficking and other forms of violence. His club held an event where they broke boards to raise awareness for the "Breaking Boards Breaking Chains" campaign. His demonstration is included below and there is also a link with more information regarding Martial Arts for Justice.Read More
In April of 1999, March Consulting was founded after a multi-national engineering firm closed its Saskatoon office as a result of a recession at the time. Thirty of the employees who lost their jobs, decided to come together and form their own, employee owned, engineering consulting firm in Saskatchewan and although many of these individuals have retired, they remain part of the March family.Read More
There is a lot of discussion about disruptive technologies and how they are set to change our world in the next decade. With close to 20 years in the Potash industry, March has always believed in leading at the forefront when it comes to change and disruption.
The status quo has never satisfied our curiosity and we have always had the courage to look at new technologies, from other industries, to help solve the problems we encounter in our core workRead More
March Consulting Associates Inc. (March) is pleased to announce the appointment of another new member to our Board of Directors. Sarah Gauthier will join March’s Board effective November 1, 2018.
Sarah Gauthier is currently a Board Director at Great Plains Contracting and FHQ Developments. Her previous Board experience includes Director positions at the Saskatchewan Transportation Company, SaskPower, SaskPower International and Northpoint Energy Solutions.Read More
March Consulting Associates Inc. (March) is pleased to announce the appointment of a new member to our Board of Directors. Mark Fracchia will join March’s Board effective November 1, 2018.
Mark Fracchia was President, PCS Potash at PotashCorp from July 2014 until his retirement in January 2018. He was previously Vice President, Safety, Health and Environment at PotashCorp; and General Manager at PotashCorp’s Rocanville, Lanigan and New Brunswick facilities. He began his career with Kalium Canada Ltd, and joined Potash Company of America before the latter was acquired by PotashCorp.Read More