Saint Albert Concrete Services – No Job Too Big Or Too Small
Professional Saint Albert concrete contractor offering complete cement services to home owners, property management and commercial businesses in St. Albert, Alberta. We do everything from the smallest concrete repairs, such as sidewalk resurfacing, to larger cement installation type projects. We can also offer you a flexible schedule, so we are able to work within the schedule for the majority of our clients. When you are looking to hire a licensed and insured St Albert concrete contractor in the metro city or for the surrounding area, call Another Concrete & Contracting Company at 780-975-7721 today so we can discuss any projects that you might have in mind.
The services we offer include, but are not limited to:
- Concrete Demolition
- Garage Pads
- Grade Beams
- Retaining Walls
- Para Ramps
- Concrete Restoration
- Concrete Breakout
- Foundation Repairs
- Concrete Finishing
- Decorative Concrete
- Concrete Fencing
- Concrete Steps
- Basement Floors
- Stamped Concrete
- Acid Etched Concrete
- Commercial Projects
- Investment Property Improvements
About Saint Albert:
St. Albert is a city in Alberta, Canada, on the Sturgeon River northwest of the City of Edmonton. It was originally settled as a Métis community, and is now the second-largest city in the Edmonton Capital Region. St. Albert first received its town status in 1904 and was reached by the Canadian Northern Railway in 1906.
Originally separated from Edmonton by several miles of farmland, the 1980s expansion of Edmonton’s city limits placed St. Albert immediately adjacent to the larger city on St. Albert’s south and east sides.
St. Albert celebrates a rich history that dates back over 150 years and has often been called Alberta’s Finest City. Founded in 1861 by Father Albert Lacombe, St. Albert is the oldest, non-fortified community in Alberta and was the largest agricultural settlement west of Winnipeg.
Father Lacombe, one of the earliest missionaries in the west, proclaimed Mission Hill home to the St. Albert mission settlement. He built a log chapel for ministering to the Cree and Métis. Father Lacombe Chapel, the oldest building in Alberta, is now a Provincial Heritage Site and has been restored to its original appearance. It is located on the north hill of the river and is open to tours from June to September.
St. Albert was incorporated as a village in 1904 followed by town status in 1962. St. Albert officially became a city in 1977.
Today, St. Albert is a bustling city with over 64,645 residents. With more than 85 kilometres of trails, 1,100 acres of green space, the Arden Theatre, the visual arts studios, the Musée Héritage Museum and numerous special events – it’s easy to see why St. Albert is renowned for its rich heritage, artistic community and natural environment.