About Us

We specialize in the fabrication of pressure piping, power piping and structural steel. We are registered with the Alberta Boilers Safety Association, certified by the Canadian Welding Bureau and have certified CWB welding inspectors on staff. We adhere to codes and standards: ASME Section 1-9, ASME B31.3, ASME B31.1,ASME B31.4, CSA Z662, CWB W47.1 & W 59.

Our focus on quality and safety enabled our rapid growth, so we moved to a larger facility where we can increase our level of service to our clients by accepting larger, more complex projects. Despite our rapid growth, Rozen remains committed to sustainability, and ensures we have the resources and the team to properly manage each project from commencement to completion.

When you need safety, quality and performance, the solution in Rozen Steelworks. For projects large and small, we look forward to showing you the difference our quality makes.

Quality

At Rozen, our philosophy on quality is simple — meet or exceed our clients’ expectations through continuous quality improvement and by building our work right the first time. We do this by executing a formal ABSA certified quality program designed to ensure we demonstrate continuous quality improvement. By consistently focusing on quality, we commit to excel­lence in all that we do.

We encourage new and in­novative ideas to enhance our performance. Rozen strives to meet or exceed customer’s requirements. We create work plans that describe the means and methods of performing our work. Pre-activity meetings com­municate how our work plans fulfill contract, design and client requirements. We listen and act upon clients’ concerns.

We treat clients with respect and are transparent in our dealings. Our goal is to build long-term trusting relationships with our clients at all levels. We identify and immediately report quality issues when­ever they occur. If there is an issue, root cause analysis is performed to elimi­nate the causes of quality issues and prevent future occurrence.

Our work is continually checked by the supervisors and craftsmen who build the work, ensuring it is built “right the first time.”