We are an award winning company focused on delivering extraordinary services and products for every project, every time.
At Benson, we engage ourselves in the client’s needs from the smallest to the most complex and diverse projects. We work closely with our partners to approach every situation with the outmost professionalism and courtesy to execute the job efficiently on budget and on time.
At the core of our work culture, safety is always the first priority. To ensure the highest level of safety at our manufacturing facility as well as on our job sites, we have an extensive Health, Safety, and Environment Program, working every day to achieving the goal of zero injuries in the workplace.
We have 40 years of history developing the landscape of Ontario, Canada, and abroad. With our headquarters located in Bolton, Ontario just northwest of Toronto, examples of our work and craftmanship can be seen in many iconic buildings around the Toronto downtown core.
“To deliver Structural solutions to building projects in a safe, innovative and sustainable manner
“Create an environment that builds success for all of our stakeholders”
Safety • Integrity • Innovation • Collaboration • Inclusiveness
Benson Steel is proud to be in partnership with NYC Constructors building the safety cocoons for the Spiral Tower at Hudson Yards, 66 Hudson St. in Manhattan, NYC.
The six-storey Residence 8 is a nearly $40 million project that will add more than 300 single-bed rooms, increasing Brock’s on-campus housing capacity to nearly 2,800.
Construction of Pickering Casino Resort began last year and is projected to open in two phases. First phase early 2020 and will feature a number of gaming and dining options. The second phase will include entertainment amenities and hotel offerings.
Benson Steel worked the logistics to fabricate the structural steel and transport it to the Bermuda Island. The new airport terminal is a state-of-the-art facility accessible to all passengers.
The new helipad will improve access to Canada’s largest trauma centre and to our program for high-risk mothers and babies. Critically ill and severely injured patients — who arrive from all over Ontario — will gain valuable minutes in getting to the life-saving care they need.
The station is part of a $3.2-billion infrastructure project, including six new stations, that brings a subway connection to Toronto’s outer suburbs for the first time.
The Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS) provides a a year-round world-class hub for science and technology in Canada’s North. CHARS complement the network of research facilities across Canada’s North.