In 1927, Trotter & Morton began its journey as a plumbing and heating company with a pioneering spirit. Today, the Trotter & Morton Group of Companies continue as a diverse group of building trades experts from Vancouver to Winnipeg and Seattle to San Antonio.
We offer a unique integrated solution for our client— working through all aspects of construction from planning to completion, new build or fit-out, and continuing after the build with ongoing maintenance.
Our expertise and long-standing reputation allows us to be there for all your construction needs and can deliver projects of all sizes and scopes, on time and on budget.
We specialize in general, mechanical and electrical construction and maintenance services as well as civil projects for the oil and gas industry in Western Canada.
We are committed to working in partnership to provide comprehensive solutions that reduce operating costs, extend equipment life, and optimize facility comfort conditions
Trotter & Morton Facility Services worked over 320,000 man-hours in 2020 servicing more than 15 million square feet of facilities for over 10,000 customers across North America. They completed over 30,000 service calls, drove over 1 million miles and maintained over 1800 service agreements.
Asphalt is 100% recyclable and remains the most recycled product in north America
Trotter & Morton prioritizes safety with over 650 training certificates and 7000+ safety meetings completed in 2020
2020 was one of Trotter & Morton's most successful years, with even more projects on the way.
Trotter & Morton's construction on the new YYC Airport Terminal is one of the largest projects in Alberta's history. Trotter & Morton Mechanical installed a heating and cooling system utilizing 600 geothermal wells and 660 kilometers of in-floor radiant tubing as part of a project that featured multiple renewable technologies.
Bow River Paving was founded in 1991 and has extensive experience with residential and commercial pavement installations and all types of pavement maintenance and resurfacing. From asphalt overlays, new asphalt for driveways, roadways, parking lots, or golf cart paths, to concrete services, including stamped and textured surfaces, our expertise is unparalleled.
Trotter & Morton Building Technologies offers comprehensive solutions for all of your construction needs. Specializing in Electrical, Data/Communications, Security, Mechanical, and Sheet Metal construction of projects of all sizes and scopes, our team has the knowledge and expertise to make your project vision a reality.
Trotter & Morton Facility Service specializes in maintenance and repair of heating and air conditioning systems, building and system analysis, design/installation/upgrade, control systems, indoor air quality, energy benchmarking and assessments, and all other elements of commercial and industrial environmental systems.
Trotter & Morton Industrial Contracting specializes in general, mechanical, and electrical construction and maintenance services for the industrial, oil and gas, energy, municipal water and wastewater infrastructure and mining industries. Our professional team has a wealth of industrial construction management experience and knowledge that is integral to the success of our projects.
Rambler Fabrication is backed by over 90 years of construction expertise. Our people have built a reputation completing the most challenging projects safely, on time and on budget. We offer top quality workmanship in pipe fabrication and welding, as well as personalized customer service throughout the entire process, from estimate to delivery.
Whaler Industrial Contracting has serviced the Oil and Gas Industry as a General Contractor in Western Canada for the past 15 years. In this time, Whaler been able to tailor their construction and management services to meet and exceed the needs of the largest and most demanding oil and gas companies in Canada.
Imagine the HVAC fails in your facility ten or twenty years ago. After the repair bill hits, a decision is made to avoid that cost in the future, taking operating expenses and asset lifecycles into account. The smart people in the room try to weigh the human cost of discomfort due to lost temperature and humidity control, but it’s hard without clear numbers.