Global Energy Infrastructure


We invest in our people, equipment, systems and companies; and through integration, innovation and execution leadership we pay dividends to our clients and communities.

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Java Value-Delivery

Stakeholder understanding, innovative solutions, consistent project execution, proven processes, and advanced systems and automations.

Vision, Mission and Values

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A Different Mindset


Management Team

Java’s team focuses on P3 and EPC projects, specializing in the management and construction of utility infrastructure in some of North America’s toughest climates and terrains. We bring a history of industry success, consistent execution, and guaranteed results to our clients.

Our Companies

Alex Budzinski

VP Operations, North America

Over 15 years of experience in utility construction, with a focus on civil foundation construction.  Alex started in the industry as a Project Administrator and transitioned into Construction management on major projects in Western Canada.  Between 2014 and 2018, Alex led the foundation program on 3 major projects for the Valard Group of Companies totalling 1,960 km of high voltage transmission line, holding roles of Project Manager and Construction Manager. To complement his site experience, Alex moved to the role of Lead Estimator – Transmission, which included directing the estimate and bid for a $2B project in Northern Ontario.  In 2019, Alex joined the Java Group and is now responsible for the North American operations as President of Helical Pile Solutions, and CEO of Professional Excavators.  Alex’s formal education is a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and History from Grant MacEwan University.

Victor Budzinski

Chief Executive Officer

Over 45 years experience in execution excellence and strategic expansion of Utility, Oil and Gas and General Civil Construction companies in Canada, the United States and Europe. Victor began his career as a telephone lineman for CN Rail working across the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut.  Led by his innate entrepreneurial spirit, Victor started his own business in 1973 named Ryco. Victor recognized the potential in Valard Construction and gradually transitioned to a majority shareholder. Under his leadership, Valard expanded into Canada’s largest utility construction company and a leader in Health, Safety, Quality and Management with over $2B work on hand and 4,000 employees.  Throughout this period, Victor directed the construction of Canada’s largest transmission projects, the migration of 16 additional business under the Valard Group of Companies banner, and expansion into the United States and Europe. In late 2019 Victor and his sons formed a new venture under the Java Holdings banner, an execution and management company based in Edmonton, Alberta. Today, Victor provides strategic guidance and support for Java Holdings and its subsidiaries.

Adam Budzinski

VP Operations, Europe

Over 20 years experience in managing unified cross-company execution with a focus on systems integration and continuous improvement in the North American and European utility construction markets. Adam began his career as an aerospace engineering technician performing maintenance and manufacturing support for intercontinental commercial aircraft across Canada and Europe.  After completing his engineering degree, Adam joined Valard Construction as Project Manager and Estimator, focused on the development and implementation of project management and estimating systems to support execution efficiency. This culminated in Valard being awarded the Bruce to Milton 500kV transmission line project, Valard’s first project of that magnitude.  In 2010 Adam was promoted to President of the Valard Group of Companies working under Victor Budzinski. Under Adam’s leadership, the company witnessed exponential growth, driving into markets in Eastern Canada and Europe, focussing on innovation, efficiency and the EPC model.  Today, Adam manages Java Holdings’ European operations helping to integrate Canadian utility construction and EPC methodology for large European transmission projects.  Adam’s education is from the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology and the University of Alberta as an aircraft maintenance engineer – structural (AME-S) and electrical engineering.

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