From concrete to small and fine stone, we can help with any project for commercial and residential sectors.


Custom Concrete Northern has been operating Paste Fill plants and servicing the northern Ontario mining industry since 1987.

Portable Concrete & Crushing

Our portable ready mix plants have the ability to be operational 24 hours per day in extreme temperatures and conditions, for projects ranging from 550m3 to over 125,000m3.


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Covid-19: Update From The Sarjeant Company & Custom Concrete (Northern)

Why Cardlock Fuel is Right for Your Business

Running a small business takes a lot of time and effort. From balancing your books, to project management, to dealing with customers on a daily basis, every detail matters; at that point, your fleet turns from equipment to investment. By adding a cardlock program to your business it allows you to reduce strain on your fleet by giving you versatile and convenient options to individualize your program.


Sarjeants Receives Perfect Score in WSPS Safety Audit

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) created the Workplace Safety & Prevention Services(WSPS) Safety Group program to promote Health and Safety practices and increase awareness in organizational health. Members of the group are able to join their local chapter in annual blocks and pick from a list of which key aspects of Health & Safety they would like to work on over the coming year.




At Custom Concrete Northern, we have the knowledge and experience to execute our jobs with precision. On time. On budget. View our Portfolio and Case Studies below of the various services we offer.


“The Sarjeant Company Limited and Custom Concrete Northern foster an ongoing, positive and mutually rewarding relationship with all its customers. We do this using honest business practices, outstanding customer service, customer communication and information, fair employment practices and community leadership.” – Scott Elliott, CEO