HCC Mining and Demolition (formerly Xtreme Mining and Demolition) has executed many successful projects pertaining to the repair of damaged ore storage bins and also new builds in mines across the province.
History of the Company / Global Market Projects
HCC began as Hamilton Construction dating back to its roots in 1895 with a focus on building roads and railroad grades in Western Canada. This focus remained until 1996, where the company began taking on projects in the Oil & Gas sectors.
HCC secured a major project for a leading player in the tarsands industry between 1996-1999, with a substantial pipeline project and infrastructure for an 80,000 barrel a day production facility.
In 2011, the company established its presence in Saskatchewan extending into the ever-changing demands of a wide variety of sectors. HCC group will prioritize work locally, but continue to establish its International presence.
OUR dedication and experience in quality design, specialized equipment and execution of complex projects has developed HCC Group as a strong industry leader with a solid track record for excellence in safety.
In 2017 Misty Ventures Inc. joined us as an Equity stakeholder in the overall group of companies & receives all the benefits in what HCC Group Profits from on all of its global & local projects.
It’s been our company priority cooperating with the communities we are working in both locally and abroad by offering employment to the local residents as a part of a continuing effort to improve communities.
From creating roadways to isolated communities in Northern Saskatchewan to Oil & gas infrastructure and mining in resource-rich areas of the world such as Angola, the Congo and the former Soviet Union, Hamilton Construction Corp (HCC) brings its years of experience and expertise to each project.
First Nations/Aboriginal employment opportunities by HCC
In an effort to foster new relationships and gain recognition as a respected employer in the Aboriginal Communities, HCC Group is committed to supporting initiatives which directly benefit Aboriginal communities. We see this as a way to not only further promote Aboriginal diversity in Industry and help to grow capacity in each community.