R.C.G. specializes in hotel furniture installation. Our innovative moving techniques and production style assembly skills allow us to offer competitive rates and ensure a stress free successful contribution to any new hotel build, expansion or renovation project.

At R.C.G., determination, hard work and positive attitude are our way of life; we live to work and work to live. It is just another advantage of the inverted pyramid management style, providing a professional yet comfortable working style that allows us to contribute long hours of work with pleasure and precision. Work we do is an important, pleasant and creative part of all our lives.

Our expertise comes from our involvement in projects for Holiday Inn and EconoLodge in both Alberta and British Columbia, which also resulted in fantastic references we can happily provide.

We're currently accepting projects for 2017 in Alberta and British Columbia. Our team is versatile, prepared for travel to northern cities, and will gladly consider projects in the eastern provinces as well.
New appliances continue to get bigger and heavier. Good news: we move heavy items! From store to residential pick ups, we move and install furniture, appliances and pretty much anything heavy that comes to mind. Appliances from condos, apartments, offices, hotels and even restaurants - we move it all.
Specializing in wooden retaining walls, we build, replace and design walls with greatstructural integrity. Ours is a solid design reinforced both ways, down and into thebank, with quality pressure treated lumber - ALL with prices to fit your budget.
Window wells installed with weeper to the footing, drain rock base and ground cover.
Specializing in hand digging, site cleanup, and production blitzes, you can be sure our experienced teams can cater to all your meticulous labour needs.

PICTURE: Project at Walmart Slave Lake. C/O Norson Construction
R.C.G. four man team successfully excavated and removed from the store 150 cubic yards in 15 days, using only shovels and wheel barrows. The project included creating caverns, tunnels and corridors under the concrete floor.