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About Our Company

20 Years of Experience

Safety

In the bustling metropolis of Toronto, construction is an ever-present facet of urban growth and development. Among the myriad of construction apparatuses and techniques, scaffolding stands out as a fundamental element. Every member of our team understands and respects the importance of safety. Not just for themselves, but for everyone involved in a project. We invest in regular training sessions and safety equipment, ensuring our sites remain accident-free.

Ensuring that the company adheres to the Canadian safety standards for scaffolding. Look for certifications or affiliations with industry organizations, such as the Scaffold & Access Industry Association (SAIA) or the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).

Our Commitment

PEAK Scaffolding Ltd. is ready to contribute to the growth and success of residential and commercial projects in the Greater Toronto Area by offering top-notch scaffold erection and dismantling services using the ring lock system. As an Aboriginal-owned company, we are dedicated to excellence, safety, and customer satisfaction. We look forward to becoming the trusted scaffolding partner for homeowners and construction companies in the region.

About Us

As the founder of an Aboriginal-owned scaffolding company, I provide safe, efficient, and reliable access solutions for various projects in the Greater Toronto Area. My company specializes in Ring-Lock System scaffolding that caters to residential, commercial, and industrial clients, delivering high-quality results and customer satisfaction.

I have a strong background in carpentry, having completed my apprenticeship program and obtained my Red Seal certification from the Carpenters Union Local 27. I have developed skills in blueprint reading, fall prevention, project management, and team leadership, which enable me to oversee and execute scaffolding projects with professionalism and excellence. I am passionate about creating opportunities and supporting the development of other Aboriginal workers in the construction industry.