It’s a Crushing
For more than 50 years, Chamney Crushing Ltd.
has found new ways to diversify
Chamney Crushing Ltd. is com-mitted
to covering a large area.
This applies not only to its ma-terials,
but the range of products and ser-vices
For more than 50 years, the family-owned
company has been involved in the aggre-gate
construction business in southeast
Saskatchewan. With the company boast-ing
a combined 150 years of sand and grav-el
experience, it has been able to find ways
“In this business, it’s not a great idea
to stick to one thing. You’ve got to spread
your wings and explore new avenues,” said
the company’s owner, Mike Chamney, who
took over from his father in the early 2000s.
“From filling in your shrubbery areas to
completing gravel service roads and ev-erything
in between, Chamney Crushing
provides all the gravel our southeast
Saskatchewan customers need.”
One of the company’s most active areas
is crushing. Chamney Crushing provides
aggregate crushing services to prepare the
raw materials builders need for their con-struction
projects. Through the compa-ny’s
screening division, it processes and
separates materials to create sand, gravel,
crushed stone, coal and topsoil.
Chamney Crushing is also heavily in-volved
in backhoe, dozer and loader work.
Its backhoes are used to pick up rock mate-rials,
pour them out and make piles at work
sites as needed. The bulldozers are used for
excavation, crushing materials from large
By Pat Rediger
Top: Loading up a semi-unit with gravel
Middle: A new surface for shoppers at
Canadian Tire in Estevan
Bottom: Conveyor system
PHOTOS COURTESY OF CHAMNEY CRUSHING LTD.
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