New Digs for Dias
May 26, 2022
Dias has a great new home. Their newly renovated building is in line with their core values of innovation, integrity, safety, accountability and resolve. The ability to build and service their technologies and equipment was a driving factor in choosing the site. The new facility meets these demands with room to expand for this growing company.
“We have and continue to create leading edge technologies in the geophysics field and our scientists and support staff work hard. We want them to be comfortable and look forward to coming to work. We are a workplace that is constantly innovating, experimenting and cares about our people.”
The building boasts a larger than life cafe with floor to ceiling windows, making it the ideal place to work, eat and collaborate with co-workers and clients alike. Still to come is a fireplace and loft that overlooks the cafe so that employees may be inspired by the great outdoors while working indoors. The collaborative atmosphere is what makes Dias tick – a fact that is not lost on employees as water-cooler talk quite often evolves into passionate discussions about their advancing technologies. This is where new grads and experienced geophysicists come together to teach and learn, with the idea that if you expect the best, people will live up to that expectation.
Two boardrooms equipped with the latest and greatest audio and video technology make their worldwide market always within reach.
Don’t let the relaxed atmosphere fool you though, this company is on the move. To date, Dias has carried out commercial surveys in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, China, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, India, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Peru, Mali, Saudi Arabia and the USA. Having developed their own proprietary technologies, Dias is known worldwide as a leading entity in the industry with offices in Toronto, Vancouver, Chile, Mexico and head office in Saskatoon.
A contributing factor to this success is their commitment to R&D. With one hundred employees, Dias devotes approximately twenty percent of its workforce to continuing research.
We’re happy to be in this new building and look forward to all the exciting work and innovation to come.