Delivering heavy
Civil Solutions
Since 1974

Distinguished projects.
Powerful partnerships.


Committed to
our craft, our people,
and our community.

and people.

Since it was established in 1974, DENT has become a leader in the heavy civil construction industry. Our professional services start with design and engineering and continue through to field execution delivering successful projects.

As an industry leader, our organization has earned a reputation for collaboration providing solutions for complex projects in the most challenging conditions. DENT leans into the challenge to deliver results that exceed expectations. 

Committed to

Health and safety

We consider people to be our greatest resource and safe working conditions our highest priority. We maintain a standard of safety excellence and maintain that standard through active participation at all levels of the organization.

Committed to Health and safety
Committed to

The Environment

As responsible stewards of the land, DENT approaches every project with a site-specific environmental protection plan that considers impacts and incorporates appropriate mitigation plans to protect and preserve the environment.

Committed to The Environment
Committed to

Indigenous Collaboration

For more than 40 years, DENT has actively engaged with Indigenous groups through collaboration, partnership, and inclusion. Our leadership continues to demonstrate a desire to advance reconciliation in action. Since early days, our company's leadership vision has illustrated project execution with emphasis on a collaborative approach to delivery.

Committed to Indigenous Collaboration
Committed to

the Community

DENT has built a reputation for engaging the local communities impacted by our projects. Our engagement includes employment opportunities, community contribution, and being a responsible corporate citizen.

Committed to the Community

Featured project



DENT was the prime contractor for Rio Tinto on the Skins Lake Spillway Plunge Pool Repair. The project’s construction window was limited to three months as the plunge pool could not be dewatered until the summer water flows had been completed; the project was required to be completed by the end of October.

After installation of a by-pass system, a fish salvage was performed and the main plunge pool dewatered to allow for repairs to be undertaken. Loose and damaged concrete was removed by means of jack hammering, chippers, and scaling from aerial work platforms and…

skins lake spillway repairs  project

meet dent

With almost 50 years of experience DENT has developed into a respected contractor specializing in engineering and heavy civil construction projects throughout British Columbia.