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about Advanced Manufactured Modular Structures & Buildings

With Ladacor’s Advanced Modular System™,
building the future is much more simple than you think.

We're committed to changing the way you look at your next project. Permanent modular construction using Ladacor’s Advanced Modular System™ gives stakeholders limitless possibilities and provides a project that has many benefits, including being certified high quality, non-combustible, environmentally sustainable, innovative, efficient, cost-effective and requiring a shorter overall schedule to complete.

Ladacor are proudly Canadian and all Advanced Modular System™ units are Designed in Canada, Tested in Canada and Manufactured in Canada, We take pride in supporting Canadian manufacturing jobs and our valued local subcontractors and suppliers.  

We appreciate you visiting our website to learn more about modular construction using Ladacor’s Advanced Modular System™. We are certain you will find that modular construction is simply smarter and look forward to the opportunity to discuss how we may help on your upcoming projects.


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KEY INDUSTRIES

WHO IS USING THEM AND COULD MOST GREATLY BENEFIT FROM LADACOR'S ADVANCED MODULAR SYSTEM™.
LET YOUR IMAGINATION BE THE LIMIT.

oil & gas

chemical

mining

construction

manufacturing

agriculture

forestry

hospitality

retail

office

government

first nations

residential

multi-family

education

recreation

YOUR REVOLUTIONARY NEW BUILD IS CLOSER THAN YOU THINK. LEARN the process

news, media & events

July 20, 2016

First Nations Single Family Home Smudging Ceremony and Sod Turning - Eden Valley Reserve.

We are very happy to be working with such a great team on the Eden Valley First Nations Single Family Home Project. Thank you Bearspaw First Nations for their smudging ceremony and prayers and to Alberta Innovates Technology Futures for their support. Pictured from left to right are Roger Watamanuck (Eden Valley Band Administrator), Carter Yellowbird (Alberta Innovates), Joe Kiss (Ladacor, President), Councillor Rex Daniels, Chief Darcy Dixon, Councillor Larry Daniels, Michael Kerr (Alberta Innovates), Rob Shotclose (Bearspaw CEO). ...

March 31, 2016

Notice of Public Open House - New Supportive Living Building at Hythe Pioneer Homes.

Notice of Public Open House Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at 7 PM at the Hythe, Alberta Legion (10212 100 Ave,) for a New Supportive Living Building at Hythe Pioneer Homes on 104 Ave (Lot D, Plan 2670 TR) ...

August 10, 2016

Okotoks Western Wheel - Innovative home introduced to Eden Valley.

There’s no place like home — and a pilot project may help Eden Valley residents better weather the harsh conditions in the community 23km west of Longview. A groundbreaking ceremony for a state-of-the-art 1,280-square foot steel-modular home at Eden Valley First Nations was held in mid July. “What we are building is First Nations housing based on a steel-modular approach,” said Joe Kiss, president of Ladacor Advanced Modular Systems. “The walls are steel, the studs are steel and it is a non-combustible structure.” ...

July 25, 2016

Journal of Commerce - Shipping containers repurposed for First Nations home.

Construction has started on a new pilot project to provide housing on First Nations reserves in Alberta. Bearspaw First Nation Chief Darcy Dixon and council members Rex Daniels and Larry Daniels held a sod-turning ceremony on July 20 to mark the start of the project at Eden Valley, 90 kilometres southwest of Calgary. ...

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