With 35 combined years in the scaffolding trade, Jamie Scriven and Dustin Hawryluk founded Flatlander Scaffolding Ltd. in 2011. Based out of Prince Albert and Warman, Saskatchewan, Flatlander Scaffolding provides professional and reliable service to local clients as well as clients across Alberta and Manitoba, successfully completing a variety of major expansion projects across the prairies.
As an Aboriginal owned and operated company, Flatlander values its origins, having developed a solid base of dependable employees, the majority of whom are First Nations, and a core manpower that is able to meet any expectation of the ever-changing needs of both small and large-scale projects. Flatlander Scaffolding remains committed to training, apprenticing and employing young First Nations people on all projects.
Certificate of Recognition (COR®) certified, with extensive experience in all areas of scaffolding, Flatlander has successfully completed a number of large expansion projects in a variety of industries including the canola crushing and refining industry with clients such as Bunge in Altona, MB and Cargill in Clavet, SK. Flatlander is able to provide highly customized and flexible solutions to suit your company's unique needs while effectively managing the design, planning, development and dismantling of any scaffolding project.
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