No project is too big or too small
We’re prepared to have all hands on deck for small last-minute requests through to large projects spanning across several years, always with the client deadline as the goal to exceed.
We work with many high-profile clients including CN Rail, PCL Construction, Shaw Communications, Black & McDonald & Manitoba Hydro.
We believe it’s the people that count
Our tight-knit company is made up of a group of dedicated professionals who are passionate about what they do and always find a way to get it done. From the initial planning process to your project’s completion, our team is here for you and will work to ensure the standards of your project are met.
PresidentEmail Brent 204.594.0929
General Manager & Senior Project EstimatorEmail Tristan 204.594.0927
AdministrationEmail Sierra 204.594.5944
Project Manager - Engineering & Pre-ConstructionEmail Colten 204.594.0925
CAD TechnicianEmail Steve 204.594.5944
Project Manager - Construction DeliveryEmail Riley 204.594.0926
The Superb Construction team alone helped raise over $5,000 for Bullseye Fundraising in 2015 and joined again in 2016 on a team along with 4 other companies with a target to raise $50,000!! This was a multi-support event with proceeds going to both the Heart & Stroke Foundation and a private education fund for young children.
Completed Ditch Cleaning
Spring 2016 saw Superb employees helping to clean up the ditches along our local Headingley community streets. To further support the effort, Superb Construction supplied vehicles to pickup and haul garbage to the landfill.
Walk it Work it
June 11, 2016
Superb had multiple volunteers help out in different areas for this large event in support of Cancer Care Manitoba – we had a lot of fun and are always glad to help.
Trucks for Pucks
June 18th, 2016
We volunteered one of our Hydrovacs along with an operator for this fundraising event in Starbuck, MB. A fun, family filled day where kids and adults alike can see impressive pieces of equipment while enjoying a hot dog, bouncy castles and face painting. Our truck was on display along with Canadian Military vehicles, Fire & Paramedic service vehicles, planes, helicopters, and other construction and farm equipment. All proceeds of the event were donated to the Starbuck Recreation Association to be used for upgrades on the Starbuck Arena and ultimately saved the house for a popular hockey academy and venue for hockey, ringette, curling and social events for Starbuck and neighboring communities.