Prairie Crane is a family owned and operated business with the head office in Saskatoon and sales offices in Regina and Lloydminster. Combined management experience exceeds forty years; providing customers with expert hoisting and rigging knowledge for all jobs. Prairie Crane offers crane and hoisting services for mining, industrial, commercial, and residential sectors throughout Western Canada. The business values of Prairie Crane are characterized by our respect for our customers, employees, environment and community.
The business values of Prairie Crane are characterized by our respect for our customers, employees, environment and community.
Respect for our CUSTOMERS means personalized service, listening, communicating and delivering what we promise which is why we’re open 24/7 to make sure the job gets done on time. We recognize that our customers depend on us to do the job right – so we do our absolute best to deliver.
Respect for our EMPLOYEES means that we care about the health and safety of everyone who works for us, with us and around us. All actions on the jobsite are performed in a safe and responsible manner, and we take every precaution to prevent accidents and injuries. By increasing knowledge and awareness of job safety, we create a safe and healthy work environment.
Respect for our ENVIRONMENT means that we are proactive in assessing each project area to ensure that all environmental standards and laws are met. Prairie Crane will evaluate every jobsite and take action to minimize the affect our equipment and operations might have on the environment. If an accident does occur, we will cooperate with all government agencies and do everything we can to limit any harmful impact.
Respecting our COMMUNITY means that we take an interest and participate in events that shape our community and province. Prairie Crane is a sponsor of, and makes regular donations to the Children’s Wish Foundation and the Saskatchewan Children’s Hospital Foundation. We also encourage our employees to take part in volunteer activities in their local communities.