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About Bigfoot Industrial

Our Mission

Our mission at Bigfoot Industrial Services Ltd. is to provide the industrial sector with expert millwrights and other industrial tradesman for the installation and maintenance of industrial process machinery.

Our market focus is the industrial sector, including but not limited to; oil and gas, manufacturing, distribution, food production, and agricultural. Our geographic market served is mainly Calgary and the surrounding area, however we have the capability of taking business on anywhere in Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan. We continue to thrive as a business by offering quality service, quality products, and by following a business development strategy consisting of an expert sales team, an educated estimating team, and a group of dedicated millwright tradesman. What distinguishes Bigfoot Industrial from their competitors is the quality of trades people, the customer service experience, and the products offered coupled with competitive pricing.

Our Vision Statement

Our vision at Bigfoot Industrial Services Ltd is to be the premier industrial service and maintenance provider in Western Canada and to conquer the market through the prompt, professional service of industrial process machinery and exceptional customer service.

Our Shops Location

10528 46th St. SE
Calgary, AB
T2C 1G1

Statements of our Business


We take price in dealing honestly with our customers, employees, suppliers, and the community.


At Bigfoot Industrial, we take into account the environment in which we do business, community views, and the common good of our society.


We provide premium service and quality products that are recognized as delivering the best value for our customers dollar.


Our culture includes equitable opportunities for development in a healthy and safe workplace, with appropriate rewards and compensation.

Proud Partners Of



COR Certification

A Certificate of Recognition (COR) is awarded to employers who develop health and safety programs that meet established standards.

A COR shows that the employer’s health and safety management system has been evaluated by a certified auditor and meets provincial standards. These standards are established by Occupational Health and Safety (OHS).

To get a COR, your business must first have a health and safety management system in place, and then have it successfully audited through a Certifying Partner.