Athabasca River Project
Athabasca River Project
Rip Rap is one of our favorite things.
We make sure to keep a large quantity on hand to set you up for the win on any size project.
Our speciality is erosion control and culvert/bridge jobs, but we also provide product for landscaping.
All rip rap is sized according to the following spec, and is sorted with a skeleton bucket to ensure premium quality:
Class 1M (5-12")
Class 1 (8-18")
Class 2 (12-32")
Class 3 (20-43")
Class 4 (boulders)
Great for first-time gravelling on new roads. This product will pack tight over a pitrun or clay base.
Good for gravelling heavy traffic areas and oilfield roads. It will tighten up a road nicely that needs more than a top-dress.
top-dressing any road, including drive-ways.. Also good for gravelling hills. This is one of our star products that packs in VERY well.
This is our best product for personal drive-ways and for pad-building under concrete. Makes for superior compaction.
We take great pride in all of our products to ensure they are of premium quality. The screened products we keep in stock are as follows:
3/4" screened rock
1/2" screened rock
We also have access to washed products if need be. Don't hesitate to call for something not listed. We would be happy to make it ourselves or source it from someone who does!
Our pitrun works excellent for tightening up muddy roads or accesses. It has great compaction and will create a solid base for whatever you are trying to accomplish. The average rock size is about 4", so it packs in hard.
We have 2 types of clay available. One is great for road-building and has some pitrun in it. The compaction tests are very high- it will meet your engineer's standards. The other type is a screened clay product (crusher reject) that is made up of processed sand and clay. It's a loose product that is great for temporary berms, culvert plugs and land levelling. It packs in hard as long as you cap it with another product.
We are here to maintain the environment, and provide you with the quality products needed to do so.
Did you have a spill that you need to clean up and reclaim? We have beautiful, native topsoil that will complete your project. Maybe you are looking to do some landscaping around your dream home or start gardening? We use it for this on our own yard every year and have not been disappointed. You won't be either.
We fill our own sandbags, and will deliver them right to you! Delivery options include a pintle trailer pulled by a tandem bodyjob (load your choice of product on the bodyjob) OR a pick-up truck with a trailer.
You are also welcome to pick them up yourself.
We are also a distributor for MSE Flex Bags that are the up and coming choice for erosion control. We would be happy to assist you in this environmentally friendly (and naturally beautiful!) option.
Check them out @ https://www.flexmse.com/
Then, give us a call! We will be happy to assist you!
SMALL & HEAVY EQUIPMENT MOVING
Need equipment moved? We would love to help you out with our lowboy/winch truck! With a broad knowledge of the area and skilled operators, we will make sure to get your piece moved promptly and safely.
Moving smaller pieces of equipment or broke down trucks is ideal on our tag-along pintle trailer. It's a tilt deck, so loading is slick. And, bonus if you need a load of material! We can bring it on the truck on our way to your site!
We are experienced in hauling contaminated products to the local landfills. We supply the poly, you bring the manifests and we will get the job done safely and efficiently.
Our sanding truck is capable of hauling a 15 yd load. This means less time going back for more product, and more bang for your buck! We can spread sand or a 1/2" screened rock.
We have a variety of different configurations for on-site hauling. Need contaminated soil forwarded to a cell? We've got tandem bodyjobs for that. Maybe a larger configuration to haul clay from a local borrow pit? We can accommodate with anything from a tandem-tandem truck & pup to a tridem-tridem truck and trailer. And, the pups can be easily unhooked if it gets too tight on location.