Pictured above are the owners of Mountainiron Contracting Inc.

Doing their best to serve at Mountainiron Contracting Inc.

Mountainiron Contracting Inc. was built on experiences in the construction industry and has been serving Golden for the past three years.

Mountainiron Contracting Inc. was built on experiences in the construction industry and has been serving the people in Golden for the past three years.

“This is our third summer. We can do pretty much anything construction related as far as labour or machinery,” said Ryan Gallagher, owner of Mountainiron Contracting Inc.

He has spent a great deal of time over the past three years dealing with work on the highways around Golden. The company has also worked with the local cycling club on trails.

Mountainiron Contracting Inc. provides several options to fulfill most excavating, construction or labour related needs.

Gallagher said the idea of the business was to provide the ability to take care of many smaller jobs that may occur in town.

“Most of my work has started out in town and then I head out of town. You can call me up and I will show up to do whatever job that has to be done. If it is for only two hours then that is all you will be charged for,” he said. “We use a versatile machine that can take care of many different types of jobs. Because it is on tires is does not effect the terrain as much. A Bobcat  tears up the ground on every turn. The impact on your land will be limited.”

Gallagher said the company is based on the belief that their customers’ needs are of the utmost importance. To do this he can also be hired out as an equipment operator or skilled labourer and offers free deliveries in Golden.

The company also uses a trailer at a work site so they do as little damage as possible to lawns and gardens.

“With my trailer I can drive in and excavate their lawns without the material going on their lawns. I can drive away with it and then dig it out of the trailer and put it right back into the spot,” he said. “It is about being as efficient as we can. We do not want to waste the client’s time. We come in and get organized and go to work.”

To learn more about Mountainiron Contracting Inc. call 250-344-0220 or go online at www.mountainiron.ca

 

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