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Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC)

Superior Steel Erectors is an Associate Erector with the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC). The CISC has over 670 members and associates across Canada, representing 75% of the steel used in Canadian construction. Membership with the CISC provides Superior Steel Erectors with the tools, resources and connections to build our profile and increase market share. This membership also provides access to networking opportunities, industry leading training and development courses, and innovative research on the latest trends and best practices in steel construction.

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Canadian Welding Bureau

Superior Steel Erectors is certified to CSA Standard W47.1 in Division 3. The scope of this certification pertains to erecting and welding of structural steel. This certification means that Superior Steel Erectors adheres to the practices and standards of the Canadian Welding Bureau, and clients can be confident in the quality and safety of the site welding done by Superior Steel Erectors. In addition, we employ a fully certified Welding Supervisor to ensure that welding procedures and standards are maintained and that site welding is of the highest quality possible.

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International Association of Bridge, Structural and Ornamental Ironworkers

Superior Steel Erectors is signatory with both Local 720 (Edmonton, AB) and Local 97 (Vancouver, BC). Our success as a company depends on quality workmanship, productivity and reliability and our relationship with Local 720/97 is key in developing a workforce that has a reputation for performance, excellence and pride within the Ironworker craft.

Visit the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental, and Reinforcing Ironworkers, or Local 720 website.

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Construction Labour Relations

Superior Steel Erectors is a member of the Alberta branch of Construction Labour Relations Alberta (CLRA). For the past 28 years, this organization has been offering services to employers in the industrial, commercial and institutional construction industry, including: conducting and coordinating collective bargaining, grievance processing, administering labour relations and employment legislation, fostering construction best practices, and developing, delivering and administering employee training and development. Our relationship with the CLRA helps us maintain positive labour relations with our workforce and participate in industry leading training and development.

Visit the Construction Labour Relations Alberta website.