Pacific Industrial & Marine Ltd.
PACIFIC Industrial & Marine Ltd. specializes in all aspects of Marine and Bridge Construction serving Vancouver Island and the coast of British Columbia with expert quality manufacturing and service. Our facilities include a CWB Certified to CSA Standard W47.1 in Division 2 Steel Fabrication shop, a Pre-Cast yard and CWB Certified to CSA Standard W47.2 in Division 2 Aluminum Fabrication shop.
PACIFIC Industrial & Marine Ltd. is located at the head of Cowichan Bay on the east coast of Vancouver Island.
PACIFIC Industrial & Marine Ltd. INTENDS TO PROMOTE IT’S CORE VALUES FOR SAFETY HONESTY, FAIRNESS, INTEGRITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVENESS WHEN INTERACTING WITH THEIR EMPLOYEES, CUSTOMERS, SUPPLIERS, COMPETITORS AND THE COMMUNITIES AND ENVIRONMENTS.
PACIFIC Industrial & Marine Ltd. specializes in all aspects of Marine and Bridge Construction serving Vancouver Island and the coast of British Columbia with expert quality manufacturing and service.
Since 2004 PACIFIC Industrial & Marine Ltd. (PIM) has focused its accumulated knowledge to marine construction, pile installation and repairs predominately performing government contracts for Federal, First Nations, Provincial and Municipal marine contracts as well as private industry.
In 2006 PIM added a CWB Certified steel fabrication shop focused on steel bridges and marine structure fabrication as in floating leads, steel pontoon break waters, fenders, catwalks, platforms and vehicle ramps.
They have supplied and installed throughout British Columbia for Department of Highways, BC Ferry Services Ltd., BC Timber Sales, Private Forest Companies, Ministry of Environment, and BC Parks of Canada.
In 2012 PIM added a CWB Certified aluminum fabrication shop.
PACIFIC Industrial & Marine Ltd.’s multifaceted capabilities allows for supply and install of marine products all within one company.
The preservation of natural resources and the health of their non-built environment are important to their organization. While conducting operations they shall consider the appropriate protection of biotic communities, including human, animal and plant life, air, water and soil.See more