A Tradition of Excellence
A full-service concrete rehabilitation company. Atlantic Underground Services still adheres to the same philosophy
today as it did when it was founded more than 30 years ago. Whether AUS is working on a $5 million dam rehabilitation
project or a small industrial restoration project, we get the job done right, we get it done on time, and on budget.
AUS's range of services means that all your concrete rehabilitation needs can be met by a single company, eliminating the
need for costly sub-contracting. AUS and its staff work around the clock to meet the time requirements and needs of our
With more than 150 employees during peak season and in-house engineering and technical staff with more than a century of
combined experience, AUS continues to be the unparalleled leader in concrete rehabilitation services in the region. AUS's
involvement in a project does not begin and end at the bid list. AUS provides its clients with advance consultations at no
cost and provides complete budget estimates and reliable cost projections. AUS observes all protocols and is fully bondable
and insured for all projects.
What distinguishes AUS from its competitors is its capacity to solve and handle any concrete rehabilitation project. When the
27 meter high dam on New Brunswick's Charlo River posed the double threat of shutting off the water supply to the town of
Dalhousie and shutting down the Avenor Maritime Inc.'s paper mill operations. AUS was there; when the Charlottetown wharf
owned by Canadian Coast Guard Base had to undergo an intricate $1.4 million above and below waterline rehab, AUS was there; and
when Nova Scotia's $113 million four lane highway from Truro to the New Brunswick highway needed a huge 7-meter high, 16-meter wide
arch to serve as the nucleus of the Great Village Interchange, AUS was also there.
Although AUS makes its home in the Maritimes, its reputation for excellence has led it to be the exclusive contractor for specialty
jobs in Alberta, Ontario and Newfoundland. And when the national magazine Heavy Construction News
profiled the most successful Canadian companies, Atlantic Underground Services was at the front of the pack.