Prairie Steel has been proudly serving Canadian farmers and builders since 1976. We are 100% Saskatchewan owned and operated, and are excited to work with you on your next project. With our farming background in mind, we are committed to providing quality, durable steel products that stand up to the demanding prairie conditions and to our high standard of excellence. We take pride in our diverse line of products, all fully manufactured at our 100,000 square foot plant at Clavet, SK. We design and manufacture Steel Buildings, Culverts, Grain Bins and Hoppers, plus many more accessories and custom projects.

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Box 8 , Clavet , Saskatchewan S0K 0Y0 Canada

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Prairie Steel Products was started in November 1976 by Lawrence Goebel and three partners. Within 2 years Lawrence was the sole owner of the business, Prairie Steel started out manufacturing culverts and well cribbing. It wasn’t long before grain bins, fertilizer bins as well as hopper bottom bins were part of the business. In the early 1980′s two profiles of steel sheeting were added to the manufacturing line and later an all steel farm building was introduced.

Lawrence located a piece of promising property at Clavet, SK and built a

5,000 square foot manufacturing facility. Both Lyle and Kelly started workingwith their father at a young age. When they completed mechanical engineering at SIAST they joined their father to work full time in the business.

In 1982 another 11 acres of land next to the original property was purchasedand 2 years later added a 16,000 square foot building. During their peak season Prairie Steel employs 30 to 40 people. The latest products they have added to their line is a third profile of steel sheeting and standing seemed roofing.

Currently Prairie Steel has over 83,000 square feet of manufacturing area.