DIBCO UNDERGROUND

Dibco specializes in the construction of shafts and tunnels for sanitary sewers, storm sewers, water mains, pedestrian underpasses, deep elevator shafts and hydro/communication conduits.

company values

company values

Vision

To be the contractor of choice for consulting firms, municipalities and infrastructure groups to rely on for its underground utility construction needs as it pertains to tunneling.

Mission

THE COMPANY

To promote efficient and effective corporate growth and to recognize those who contribute to it.

CLIENTS

• To undertake successful infrastructure developments with a focus on becoming an industry leader in meeting or exceeding client’s expectations as it pertains to budgetary constraints, quality control, on-time project delivery, safety and environmental practice.
• To foster and develop new relationships into long-term partnerships through integrity, performance, value, and client satisfaction.

EMPLOYEES

• To promote continued development of an effective management team that stresses productivity, perpetual development of the organization, and safety.
• To promote a positive and safe working environment for all its employees.

SUBTRADES AND SUPPLIERS

• To consider subcontractors and suppliers as equal partners with respect to contract performance.
• To expand existing subcontractors and supplier relations as well as encourage development of new founded relationships.

quality control

quality control

Dibco is committed to meeting the highest standards in quality on all its projects.

Dibco’s commitment to quality assurance and control is achieved through the proper training of all its employees at all levels. This is attained by providing the necessary tools, resources and implementing industry standard procedures and practices to the performance of its work. Dibco ensures all its suppliers and subcontractors also meet these required quality standards. Dibco continually reviews and improves its quality control procedures and practices, seeking continuous feedback from its clients.

health & safety

health & safety

The management of Dibco Underground is committed to the health, safety and well-being of its’ employees. It is important for the successful operation of Dibco Underground to prevent occurrences that lead to occupational diseases, injuries and disabilities and our main objective is to maintain the Zero Lost-Time Incident.

Dibco Underground recognizes that all workers have the right to be safe and we must all work in a safe manner, consistent with good construction practices.  We are committed to continuous improvement through our Internal Responsibility System and by implementing effective training, inspection and communication programs.

We understand that our employees’ well-being, productivity and health and safety are all interrelated, and hence, Dibco Underground management is committed to take every precaution reasonable in all circumstances for the protection of all workers. Our philosophy is that no job is so urgent that time cannot be taken to do it properly and safely.

We strive to not only meet the regulations outlined in the Occupational Health and Safety Act, but to surpass them and go beyond. Foremen, supervisors and superintendents are all responsible and accountable for maintaining an effective accident prevention effort within his or her area of responsibility, knowing and enforcing all requirements of the safety program and current local, provincial and federal regulations. Workers are responsible to work safely and to report any incident or a hazard to their supervisor. Everyone from the CEO to new workers has the responsibility to ensure a safe and healthy workplace.”

environmental

environmental

Our Commitment

Dibco is committed to the protection of the natural environment as it relates to the performance of its work.

In fulfilling this commitment, Dibco endorses an environmentally conscious working environment which conforms to local legislative and regulatory requirements as well as contract specific requirements. Dibco is committed to the minimizing hazards that may result in ecological damage. Construction operations which impact the environment are controlled through the proper training of employees and use of environmental protective measures through the implementation of its environmental procedures and practices.

Dibco ensures its employees and subcontractors are fully educated on this environmental policy, as well as local regulations and legislation, the use of environmental protective measures and the specific environmental procedure and practices. All employees and subcontractors share equally in the responsibility of minimizing environmental impacts.

Dibco is committed to ongoing improvement of its environmental policy. Dibco fully supports and is committed to ensuring its employees and subcontractors adopt this policy.

our projects

project

estimated value

completion date

location

Maid of the Midst Pedestrian Tunnel & Elevator Access Shaft

$4,000,000

1989

Niagara Falls, ON

Conversation, Rehabilitation and Upgrade to the Library of Parliament

$7,000,000

2004

Ottawa, ON

Tunnel John TS to Esplanade TS

$15,000,000

2007

Toronto, ON

Valley Ridge Feedermain - Phase 1

$14,000,000

2011

Calgary, AB

Beckett Sproule Feedermain - Contract 3B

$18,000,000

2013

Brampton, ON

3rd Line to Lower Baseline Sanitary Sewer

$46,000,000

2016

Oakville, ON

23rd Avenue Storm Sewer Design-Build

$7,000,000

2016

Edmonton, AB

Rossland Road - Phase 2

$3,000,000

2016

Ajax, ON

Cockburn & Calrossie Combined Sewer Relief Works - Contract 5

$12,000,000

In Progress

Winnipeg, MB

Trafalgar & Derry Rd. Feedermains

$46,000,000

In Progress

Oakville, ON

West Whitby Trunk Sanitary Sewer

$15,000,000

2019

Whitby, ON

Bremmer Cable Tunnel

$17,000,000

2015

Toronto, ON

Twinning of The Etobicoke Creek

$17,000,000

2016

Mississauga, ON

Bathurst & Teston Road Watermain

$7,000,000

2016

Vaughan, ON

King Street Feedermain

$13,000,000

2014

Bolton, ON

Oakville Hospital Sanitary Sewer

$10,000,000

2013

Oakville, ON

Regional Road 50 Sewer & Watermain

$34,000,000

2012

Brampton, ON

Oakville Sanitary Sewer on Dundas

$3,000,000

2012

Oakville, ON

Prince Road Sewer System

$7,000,000

2012

Windsor, ON

15th Street Sanitary Sewer

$14,000,000

2010

Calgary

Credit Valley Trunk Sewer

$20,000,000"

2010

Brampton, ON

ASSOCIATIONS

Dibco is presently a member of the following associations

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