Coquitlam Concrete Ltd.

1530 Pipeline Road, Coquitlam, B.C.

(604) 944-9422


Coquitlam Concrete produces the
Stac-a-blocTM system for Standard,
Bench & Transitional concrete blocks
.

Coquitlam Concrete (1993) Ltd. is an independent, family owned and operated, ready mix concrete company located in Vancouver's Lower Mainland region. Coquitlam Concrete, with it's own aggregate supply, produces and delivers both ready mixed concrete and various precast concrete products. Because Coquitlam Concrete has it's own aggregate source, they are able to produce various design and strength requirements as well as extreme specification demands.

The family-owned business was founded by James J. Allard Sr. in 1945 as Allard Cement Works, a one-man, one truck operation that mainly bought and sold gravel & concrete products. The Allard group acquired Coquitlam Concrete in 1984, a property on Pipeline Road in Coquitlam that is the present site of Coquitlam Concrete head office.

Today, Coquitlam Concrete services the North Fraser River Region, from Burnaby to Mission and has more than 30 employees, operates a fleet of twenty two mixer trucks, two ready mix concrete plants and two precast yards. Some of the major projects, supplied by Coquitlam Concrete, have been: Port Coquitlam - Pre-Trial Center, Coquitlam - Johnson/Mariner Overpass, and the Rapid Transit 2000 Skytrain Project - Port Moody & Burnaby, to name a few.


Coquitlam concrete supplying pumping & concrete to Rapid Transit 2000 Project in Burnaby, B.C.


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Coquitlam Concrete is an environmentally conscious company, this is displayed by the use of self contained wash-outs systems, all trucks outfitted with spill protection equipment and the "environment first" attitude of our drivers and staff!

Coquitlam Concrete is committed to maintaining a safe environment for its employees and the general public.

Today, Coquitlam Concrete remains a family run company, which is proud to be 100% Canadian owned & operated.


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