Life at Cahill

Working At Cahill

Moving from Work Term Student to Full-Time Employee

Say hello to Sarah Faulkner, our newest Pursuits Coordinator. Sarah completed all three work terms here at Cahill and worked part-time throughout her academic semesters. Sarah was involved in many projects during her work terms, further developing and improving her professional and personal skills. She took on more responsibility and had the opportunity to work with many team members, which helped Sarah develop the skills and knowledge required for her current role. Sarah’s advice for future work term students is to ask as many questions as possible and not to fret if you find something challenging. Every challenge is a learning opportunity; the more you can get involved, the better!

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Building Beyond

Introducing Makwa-Cahill

In 2021, Cahill partnered with Makwa to form Makwa-Cahill, the first nuclear-qualified Indigenous fabrication facility in the Owen Sound, Ontario area. This 26,000-square-foot fabrication facility, supported by the extensive technical capabilities of the Cahill Group, possesses all required nuclear and non-nuclear quality registrations to support pressure and non-pressure boundary fabrication scopes. The opening of the Makwa-Cahill facility represents the start of significant employment, training, and skill development opportunities for local Indigenous peoples. Cahill is proud of our commitment to developing mutually beneficial partnerships with Indigenous communities

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The Newest Addition to our Fleet

In mid-October we were happy to add this all-electric Ford F-150 Lighting to our fleet.

You may spot it in the St. John’s area – our electric vehicles are identified with a green decal.

Reducing our greenhouse gas emissions is just part of our commitment to ESG. Cahill strives to operate in a sustainable manner and reduce harm to the environment. This electric vehicle is just one step on our collective journey to net zero.


The Cahill Group is taking measures to ensure business continuity while prioritizing the health and safety of our people, companies, clients and communities. We remain open with revised visitor protocols, physical distancing requirements, increased cleaning, staggered work hours, and remote work arrangements. To keep employees safe, we are following advice from public health officials.