Huge L Steel Inc. dynamic company operates with a simple, sound and modern philosophy to achieve this goal: we know that solid people, producing solid products will provide solid satisfaction. Our comprehensive line of steel tank products have been used in countless applications such as agricultural and marine fuel storage, methanol storage for natural gas separator packages, above ground fuel storage for gas stations, frac drilling, aviation and helicopter fueling, oil production storage, large bulk petroleum storage, and mobile fuel storage for generator packages.

Company details

PO Box 466 , Regina , Saskatchewan S4P 3A2 Canada

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Agriculture
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

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Our dynamic company operates with a simple, sound and modern philosophy to achieve this goal: we know that solid people, producing solid products will provide solid satisfaction.

Our staff is the anchor of our business and although we're a relatively new company, our employees share decades of combined tank manufacturing and steel fabrication experience. We hire skilled trades people who are energized, empowered and ready to fulfill the highest expectations of our customers. Our streamlined facility operates using the principles of Lean Manufacturing and Continuous Improvement concepts. Our workers create products using modern equipment; this brings timeliness and efficiency to our daily production efforts. We have faith in the competency of our people and as a result, we can offer our customers direct access to knowledgeable, professional support staff. Also, we are a CSA W47.1 certified shop audited by the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) and have our ISO9001:2008 certification.

Huge L Steel Inc. is conveniently located near Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, (Drinkwater SK) close to numerous steel suppliers and warehouses and a large-scale steel mill. Our proximity to raw materials is instrumental in our ability to deliver competitively priced, top-quality finished products.

Huge L Steel Inc offers quick availability to high-demand products for liquid storage such as, petroleum products, water, chemicals, methanol and ethanol and for custom steel products, structural steel fabrication, such as stairs, ladders, catwalks, skids, chutes, chimneys, flares, silos, asphalt tanks, shale boxes, mud boxes, premix tanks, and sump tanks. Huge L Steel Inc. also provides internal and external coatings for enhanced product protection.

We are proud of our quick turnaround times on orders, and we strive to have our diverse line of products finished and delivered when our customers need them. We're a dynamic company and we're always keen on setting a new standard in tank manufacturing and steel fabrication and general welding; it's a solid way to go.

In late 2010, Huge L Steel embarked on an extensive initiative that has taken it to the next level in terms of operational excellence. Appropriately, we named it NEXT LEVEL. By mid 2012, we had received overwhelmingly positive customer feedback on our efforts, and we expect this to continue as we implement further improvements based on our NEXT LEVEL initiatives. This major undertaking consists of building on the philosphy that has always guided our company; that solid people building solid products will result in solid customer satisfaction.

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Huge L Steel Inc. opened it's doors in June of 2006. We started in a relatively small shop of 10,000 sq ft, 1 acre of land, and one small paint room. It was situated at 1572 Elliott St in Regina SK.

Our primary products, initially, were small non-code tanks for bulk dealers and the natural gas industry. We soon expanded our product line and by the end of 2006, we were into Transport Canada and ULC listed tanks.Before the end of our first six (6) months we had received both our CWB (Canadian Welding Bureau) and ISO:9001 quality certifications (Dec 15/06). 

(Right: Elliott St Facility in Regina)

 

In 2007 Huge L Steel was proud to have become a finalist in the 'New Business Venture' category of the Regina Chamber of Commerce Paragon Awards!.After one year of operation we experienced a high demand for large environmental double wall petroleum tanks and therefore expanded into one side of the old Canron (Dominion Bridge) facility on Francis St in Regina SK.

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This move allowed us to enter into larger sized work on the custom fabrication side, as well. (Left: The old Canron Facility)

After two years of operation we purchased the old Raider Industries factory in Drinkwater SK. We moved to this site in December of 2008.

We retooled the facility to include the proper electrics and lifting equipment required for our operation. This large plant of 80,000 sq ft and 9 acres of land proved pivotal for the continued growth of Huge L Steel. This new infrastructure allowed us to expand our product line into large oil field storage and grain bin hoppers. The facility consists of both a small tank and large tank assembly area. (Right: Our Drinkwater manufacturing facility)

We continue to be a company that grows its business in a methodical manner that is sustainable and beneficial to all our stakeholders.

We are proud of what we have accomplished in such a short period of time.We never lose focus on what got us here...that solid people, producing solid products will provide solid customer satisfaction.

Our quality system adhears to the ISO 9001:2008 standard. Our procedures and processes are engrained into every employee that works for us.

ISO 9001:2008 Certificate

Tank Leak Tests
All our tanks are thoroughly tested for leaks PRIOR to being released from our production floor. It is one of the most agressive and elaborate leak procedures in the industry.

For single wall tanks, our primary is first air tested by the person responsible for welding it. When this test passes, a second person does a second air test. When this passes, the tank moves on to the final saddle station. Once the saddles have been welded the tank it is tested one more time by the person responsible for welding them. When this test passes, a second person does a second air test. The tank then moves into a quality hold area where it sits until an authorized leader signs off on the quality of the tank. It then can be moved to the paint room.

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For double wall tanks, our primary is first air tested by the person responsible for welding the tank. When this test passes, a second person does a second air test. When this passes, the tank moves on to the secondary station. The secondary is first air tested by the person responsible for welding it. When this test passes, a second person does a second air test. When this passes, the tank moves on to the saddle station. Once the saddles have been welded to the tank it is tested one more time by the person responsible for welding them. When this test passes, a second person does a second air test. The tank then moves into a quality hold area where it sits until an authorized leader signs off on the quality of the tank. It then can be moved to the paint room.