Since 2012, Urban Repair has provided truck and equipment owners with timely and reliable service in the greater Edmonton area. With Richard Gauthier at its helm, Urban Repair
is family owned and operated, and is named after Richard’s father, Urban.

 

The company started from humble beginnings as Richard worked from a cube van parked in his driveway. With years of experience in the oil sands as a millwright and concrete pump mechanic, Urban Repair quickly built a reputation for performing quality, reliable repairs.

 

With business expanding, Urban Repair moved into a much larger facility in northwest Edmonton. This existing facility provides the shop and equipment space needed to repair both medium- and large-size equipment and trucks. 

 

Urban Repair’s team of trained technicians share Richard’s passion to do the job right the first time, maintaining a high standard of quality work, with quality control (QC) checks
to verify that each unit is repaired correctly. QC checks are not one-offs at Urban Repair. Instead, they are the standard, with Richard overseeing most of them.

 

Urban Repair is in business to keep its customers in business. Equipment or vehicles in for repair means lost revenue for the client. Urban Repair consistently meets its goal to be a one-stop, heavy duty repair shop that takes care of its customers. Following Richard’s long-standing mission of combining hard work with integrity ensures vehicles and equipment
are repaired correctly, within budget, the first time.

The People

Urban Repair’s red-seal certified journeymen heavy equipment technicians and millwrights are highly skilled, with many years of training and experience.

 

The team’s diversity includes a group of skilled tradesmen who work well together. The common element is a life-long passion for solving equipment and technical problems.

CVIP: Save your money 

Before sending your unit to Urban Repair for Alberta Commercial Vehicle Inspection, you  can perform your own checklist. That will save your money.  Please download the checklist forms for your convinience: