From a wide range of diesel and natural gas generators to transformers, cable, light towers and more, our large rental fleet and extensive vendor network ensure we’ll have the temporary power equipment that your project requires — every time.
From our inception in 1998, we have been building our team on a foundation of excellence. Our team members’ passion, expertise and commitment are what have allowed us to grow into a national company with projects across Canada.
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