Making our planet a better place to live for generations to come.
We specialize in Road Paving & Milling, Concrete Curbs, Sidewalks, Sewers, & Excavation for Industrial, Commercial, & Municipal Clients.
Environmental Ethics: We recycle materials, keep construction noise and vibration under control, implement air quality and dust controls, and protect ecological resources. At a rate of 99%, asphalt pavement is the world’s most recycled and reused material. With the use of environmentally friendly warm-mix asphalt rapidly increasing, asphalt is one of our greatest renewable resources.
Health & Safety: In all situations priority is given to protecting our employees and the public from injury, occupational disease, and risk related to our work. We endeavour to ensure the safest, healthiest workplace possible by requiring that all employees receive ongoing training in health and safety, by maintaining communications between management and staff, and by leading through actions rather than words.
Our Business: Our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. We're proud that a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
The properties of asphalt pavement can be engineered to meet a variety of needs – for less noise, greater durability, enhanced skid resistance, reduced spray in rainy weather, and for a smoother ride.
Concrete Paving & Curbs
Curbs help maintain the integrity of a paved surface, channel water from streets to the storm drains, and provide guidance while entering or leaving the public roadway.
Excavation and trenching are among the most hazardous construction operations. We implement our protective systems based on soil type, depth of cut, water content of soil, changes due to weather or climate, surcharge loads, and other operations in the vicinity.
After identifying intake types, their locations and sizes we then consider items such as roadway classification, traffic, cost and safety in our design analysis. The placement and discharge from storm sewers are sited to take into consideration any potential damage to adjacent and downstream properties.