Coco Paving (Canada) Inc

Coco Paving (Canada) Inc

o/a Coco Group; Langenburg Redi-Mix Ltd. (SK); Russell Redi-Mix Concrete (MB)

Coco Group is one of only a few fully vertically integrated heavy civil contractors in Canada with ratings and capabilities available to complete heavy civil projects of varying scope and complexity. With 17 regional offices and a staffing complement of over 3,000 employees, Coco Group provides a wide range of self-performed construction services.

Asphalt and Concrete Paving and Production

Aggregate Production and Supply

Earthwork / Grading

Site Servicing


Building infrastructure that withstands the test of time.


Coco Group has had the opportunity to work with a number of partners such as Waywayseecapo First Nation, Peguis First Nation, and Sandy Bay First Nation.


Coco Group is proud to continue as a family-owned and operated entity; through safe, on time and on budget execution and completion of its projects to the satisfaction of our customers.

Businss Model

Coco Group has continued to strive for growth and development opportunities focusing on complete vertical integration. Due to Coco Group’s success in controlling all aspects of construction, the company was able to expand exponentially through acquisitions across Canada making it one of the largest construction companies in the country.


“Coco” in our company name comes from the last name of the Coco family who owns Coco Group. Having a family name as a company name signifies who we are, a family of people working together to create the infrastructure that will last and be enjoyed by many in the years to come.

Recent Industrial Projects

  1. Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways – Hwy 39 Passing Lanes Design Build (2019-ongoing) – $50M
  2. Roquette – Portage la Prairie Pea Plant Site Works (2020-ongoing) – $11M
  3. Mosaic Esterhazy – K3 to K2/K1 Overland Conveyor (2015-2019) – $39M

Recent Infrastructure Projects

  1. Parks Canada – Hwy 10 Rehabilitation (2018) – $7M
  2. Ssskatchewan Ministry of Highways – H15058 – Hwy 16 Twinning by Clavet (2016-2017) – $22M
  3. Infrastructure Ontario – vivaNext BRT Project (H2-West and H2-East) (2015-2020) – $333M

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1 First Nations Way
Regina, SK S4S 7K2


Phone: +1(306) 359-3672

Treaty 4 Territory 


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202B Joseph Okemasis Drive,
Saskatoon, SK, S7N 1B1

Phone: +1(855) 359-3672

Treaty 6 Territory 


30 Commercial Road
East York, ON M4G 1Z4

Phone: +1(855) 359-3672

Treaty 13 Territory 9


Monday to Friday 8:30a.m.–4:30p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


+1 (306) 359-3671



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