Saint John Concrete RT
#1 rated concrete contractor in Saint John New Brunswick and the surrounding region. Our team of concrete technicians are the most skilled in New Brunswick.
In the highly competitive concrete industry in Saint John we stand out because we offer something above and beyond the norm. We have no animosity for our competitors but we do recognize that they tend to build similar structures over and over again. If you're seeking a truly exceptional and exclusive addition to your property, we are the team to contact.
Our approach does not revolve around the sale of products or services. Instead, we prioritize understanding your unique needs and aspirations. We recognize that crafting customized concrete surfaces requires more than just technical expertise; it requires a deep understanding of your vision. By engaging in this dialogue, we can collaboratively establish a forward-moving strategy that will bring your vision to life.
Saint John Concrete RT believes in harnessing your idea's power and combining it our expertise. Our dedicated team is committed to turning your vision into a concrete reality, ensuring that your property receives an exclusive and remarkable touch. We understand that every project is unique, and we approach it with creativity, attention to detail, and a focus on delivering exceptional results.
You're not just choosing a concrete contractor when you choose us. You're partnering up with a team who is truly invested in bringing to life your vision. From start to finish, we will work closely with you, providing guidance, expertise, and meticulous craftsmanship to transform your dreams into a tangible masterpiece.
Saint John is a seaport city located on the Bay of Fundy in the province of New Brunswick, Canada. It is Canada's oldest incorporated city, established by royal charter on May 18, 1785, during the reign of George III. The port is Canada's third-largest port by tonnage with a cargo base that includes dry and liquid bulk, break bulk, containers, and cruise. The city was the most populous in New Brunswick until the 2016 census, when it was overtaken by Moncton. It is currently the second-largest city in the province, with a population of 69,895 over an area of 315.59 km2 (121.85 sq mi).French explorer Samuel de Champlain landed at Saint John Harbour on June 24, 1604 (the feast of St. John the Baptist) and is where the Saint John River gets its name, although Mi'kmaq and Wolastoqiyik peoples lived in the region for thousands of years prior, calling the river "Wolastoq".