Contact: Chris Zacharias

Email Address:

Phone: (204)233-3332

Fax: (204)233-3656


Address: 64 Nature Park Way, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3P 0X8

Plant Location: 64 Nature Park Way, Winnipeg, MB R3P 0X8

At City Mix, we have two ready mix concrete batching plants set up in strategic locations within Winnipeg at our disposal. The first, or original plant is on Kenaston Blvd in the South west corner of the City. The second plant is on Redonda Street in the Northeast corner of the City. Both locations have close access to many major arteries and routes that allow us to cover the entire City within a very short time period. With a combination of tandem and tractor trailer units our fleet is rapidly growing, we are ready to service all of your ready mix needs. While servicing Winnipeg and surrounding areas of Birds Hill, Oakbank and Stonewall, we are a major ready mix concrete supplier in our service area. With the utilization of cutting edge technology including GPS Fleet Tracking and fully automated batch plants, our Kenaston Blvd and Redonda Street locations are the perfect solution to any ready mix concrete project, large or small. With a full time engineering staff, we have the technical expertise and quality assurance processes to meet even the most stringent requirements. Today we continue to supply many of Winnipeg’s top home builders and General Contractors who require a high strength and highly durable product and also demand strong, flexible customer service.

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Production Facilities Certification Guide

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