Our 15,000 sq ft facility is equipped with 20ft tall doors and overhead cranes to handle almost any size of off-road heavy equipment. We also provide on-site service from fully equipped service trucks. Equipment downtime is a killer. Our on-highway division can provide a quick and efficient turnaround for all your heavy-duty truck repairs & CVI needs.
On-site or in-house, we have the professional skills to keep your machines working. From regular maintenance to major repairs, we’ve got your back.
One truck or a fleet, we’re here for all your R&M needs! Well-maintained vehicles save you money in the long run.
Mig/Tig/Stick Aluminum: we do it all, in-house or in the field! Metal cracks, shears…and broken equipment cost you time and money. We weld.
Fabrication Metal Work
You design it and we can build it. If you can imagine it, we can help you design it. We build the metal things you need.
In-house & mobile line boring: bores from 1.5″ to 16″; flange facing up to 16″
Why choose us?
We have the equipment, the experience, and the team to get your job done. Heavy equipment on-site or in-house; fleet maintenance; fully equipped roadside service trucks; welding and fabrication…call us to cut your downtime.
Full Service: on-site or in-house
Done fast – done right
What is fabrication metal work?
Welding fabrication is essentially building a project from a design or drawing to an end result in which the customer is happy. We currently complete fabrication projects on new equipment for handrailing and wrap around catwalks.
What does a mobile heavy equipment mechanic do?
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics repair and maintain construction and surface mining equipment, such as bulldozers, cranes, graders, and excavators for governments, equipment rental and leasing shops, and large construction and mining companies.
What is the difference between heavy equipment technicians and heavy-duty mechanics?
Nothing. Heavy Duty Mechanics, also known as Heavy Equipment Technicians, are responsible for the repair, maintenance, and testing of mobile heavy equipment. HDM’s employ their preventative maintenance knowledge and troubleshooting skills to prevent breakdowns and diagnose and repair heavy equipment.
Why is fleet maintenance important?
It reduces the likelihood of accidents caused by vehicular malfunction and keeps your drivers safe. It saves you money by addressing the “little problems” before they turn into big ones. Ultimately, your business becomes more efficient overall with proper fleet maintenance.
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Creative Industries is a company that cares about the long-term growth of our team and the Fort McMurray community.