Masonry is an interesting and rewarding trade. At Scorpio Masonry our projects vary between constructing brand new buildings, repairs and challenging restoration work and include the installation of concrete block, brick and various types of stone. Our field staff consists of bricklayers, apprentices and construction labourers. These crews are supported by the site superintendent, safety manager, estimator, administrative staff and company president.
Our offices are located in Edmonton and Saskatoon. The majority of projects completed out of the Edmonton office are located in Edmonton and the surrounding communities, with occasional projects out of town. Our office in Saskatoon performs a variety of projects throughout Saskatchewan.
Bricklaying is a registered trade in Canada. Please click here for more information on becoming an apprentice in Alberta and here for information on completing an apprenticeship in Saskatchewan.
Are you in High School?
There are programs in Alberta and Saskatchewan that provide high school students with experience and credit in a trade while earning their high school diploma. In Alberta the program is called The Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) and in Saskatchewan it is called the Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship Program (SYA). For more information please visit the AlbertaorSaskatchewanApprenticeship pages on our website.
Are you a Foreign Worker?
Please click here for more information on working in Canada. Opportunities for Women in Construction
If you are a woman interested in learning more about working in a trade in Alberta, please visit theWomen Building Futures website or find them on Facebook. Women Building Futures is a not for profit organization that helps women get into trades through training, mentorship and employment.
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Scorpio Masonry has received numerous awards for outstanding projects over the past 12 years. The most prominent awards in the masonry industry are the Masonry Design Awards, held every four years in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Between both provinces, we've received the Presidential Award, awarded to only one project at each ceremony, 9 Awards of Excellence, 15 Awards of Merit and 5 Honourable Mentions.