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Intrepid has four decades of experience constructing not just industrial facilities, but also all manner of machine foundations and process lines, and has the personnel and equipment to serve our clients’ shutdown and retooling needs.  We understand the importance of ensuring downtime is kept to a minimum.

Large industrial clients want their projects built properly, with a minimum life cycle cost.  Intrepid has constructed hundreds of thousands of square feet of new industrial facilities and expansions/additions, loading docks, crane bays, retrofits, etc.  Our ability to self-perform many of the necessary scopes ensures we are able to maintain and exceed project schedules and cost requirements.

In terms of machine foundations, these projects range from large scale turbine and boiler foundations, to foundations for some of the largest stamping presses in Canada, to small milling machine foundations, as well as imaging and measurement suite foundations.  Many of these have occurred within existing operating facilities with little to no downtown to the surrounding processes.  We are able to supply design-build packages for these projects as well, inclusive of engineering, vibration damping materials, epoxy and cement grouting, etc.

Our Industrial capabilities includes complete maintenance and service capabilities of industrial facilities, shutdown projects, floor, masonry, cladding and general building repairs, as well as office renovations and measurement suits.  Our clients range from private corporations to publicly traded international corporations.