Company History

In 2006, Torque Industrial emerged as a small construction and maintenance company. As any entrepreneur can can relate, small business owners must wear many hats, work long hours, and do whatever is necessary to establish recognition and trust. Before long, dedication paid off. Hard work and loyalty have since been the keys to Torque's success.

Today, Torque Industrial employs dozens of certified, red-seal journeymen, and services some of the industries most well-known and respected companies including BC Hyrdro, Spectra Energy and CanFor. In fact, these companies have relied on Torque since its inception, bearing witness to the evolution of a company that has grown to meet demands of a fast-paced industry. Many of Torque Industrial's first clients have continued to be a loyal source of repeat-business, referrals and growth.

Executed strategies and capitalized opportunities have shaped Torque into the fast-growth company it is today. More importantly, the reputation it has earned has been all about service. "The keys to our success are no secret," says Torque's President, Roger Beaulieu, "It's all about service. We've been fortunate to earn business from great clients, and simply provide them with great service in return".

Over the years, Torque's exceptional service can be credited for its extremely high client retention rate. "We brand ourselves with words like safety, efficiency, respect, value and integrity. They are commitments and promises we make, and stand behind every day. Our clients acknowledge this, respect it, and hold us to these values. We've never let anybody down". Torque is admired by it's clients, but also respected by industry professionals seeking employment opportunities within the company. Having earned a reputation for being the best in the business while treating its employees extremely well, it's no surprise. "It's through the dedication and motivation of our people, that were able to provide such exceptional service to our clients. Our employees are the backbone of this company, and they deserve to be treated well".