This Saskatchewan construction company has its eye
squarely on the future.
By Mark Halsall
Trinity Excavating is a Saskatoon-based construction
business that specializes in site preparation, earthworks
and gravel crushing. Owner Lee Arens founded
the company in in 2004, and growth has been the company’s watchword
“When Lee first started, he bought a bobcat skidsteer and a truck
and trailer, and he grew from there. In 2013, he saw there was opportunity
to move into other options such as aggregate processing, and
we got into that,” said Nick Arens, Trinity Excavating’s operations
manager and Lee Arens’ brother.
“We want to continue moving forward and keep on expanding,”
Arens added. “Our eye is always on the future,”
Today, Trinity Excavating’s handiwork can be found throughout
Saskatchewan, from as far south as Assiniboia all the way up to remote
northern communities like Pelican Narrows and Sandy Bay.
The company maintains a large fleet of vehicles consisting of
more than 85 excavators, bulldozers, front-end loaders, skidsteers,
compacters and trucks.
Trinity Excavating also offers a broad range of services,
• Commercial and industrial site preparation
• Culvert installation and replacement
• Geotextiles systems installation
• Heavy industrial pad construction
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