Since its inception in 1985, TNDC has established a reputation as a qualified, reliable, service provider focused on quality, safety and integrity. From its roots in residential home construction, TNDC services have expanded to heavy construction, earthworks, camp services, transportation, forestry, fibre optics and air support. Serving the exploration, mining,
forestry, energy, civil, infrastructure and public works sectors, TNDC has become the trusted partner
to deliver safely, on time and on budget.

CEO's Message

We are closing out one of the busiest work seasons in TNDC’s history, fuelled by expanded operations, and anticipate it will be another positive year. While transition to the fall/winter season traditionally leads to a slowdown in TNDC’s business, year-round work at Red Chris, Eskay, KSM and our expanded airport operations will keep...

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    TNDC Announces Paul Gruner as CEO

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    Red Chris Underground Project Celebrates Milestone With Tahltan Culture

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  • 04

    TNDC Marks National Truth and Reconciliation Day

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Tianna Merrick

I started with TNDC in June 2018 as a packer operator, then moved to a rock truck driver within my first month at the Red Chris Mine project. In May 2019, I was given the opportunity by Kelso Marion...


Safety is journey, not a destination.

The health and safety of our employees and everyone we work with is paramount. Our goal is to ensure everyone goes home safe every day. We strive to continuously improve our safety program and cultivate a strong safety culture focused on training, support, responsibility and accountability.

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  • Tahltan Territory


    Tahltan territory is located in
    Northwest British Columbia.
    It covers 93,500 square kilometres    (36,100 square miles) – more than 
    11 percent of BC, includes the
    Stikine River watershed and 
    extends into Yukon.

  • Tahltan Territory

    Tahltan territory is rich in natural resources including minerals (gold, silver and copper), which has earned it the reputation of The Golden Triangle, as well as salmon, forests and wildlife. The abundance of these natural resources has resulted in overwhelming interest by industry in developing projects to extract the resources.