Brandon (MB) – July 13, 2017 – On July 11, Manitoba-owned seed company Imperial Seed was celebrating the grand opening of its brand new international agriculture hub, located on the CentrePort Canada footprint in Winnipeg and housed in two Manitoba-made BEHLEN Industries steel buildings.
The $8-million 20-acre hub includes a 20,000 square foot seed processing plant, office space, and seed testing …
Brandon (MB) – April 3, 2017 – BEHLEN Industries LP is excited to announce the signing of a $45 million contract. ‘’This is the biggest contract in our history and a unique deal for us where we have committed to manufacture and build sports complexes in Georgia’’, said Sean Lepper, Vice President & General Manager at BEHLEN. “Winning this contract …
August 16, 2016
Company Chairman of WGI Westman Inc., Russ Edwards and President and CEO, Paul Cunningham sat down with The Canadian Business Journal this summer to talk about the 40 years of business success that Edwards has had in creating a strong Canadian company. The full article can be viewed here.
BEHLEN is going to Receive Export Award at the 2016 CME Gala Dinner
Brandon (MB) – March 4, 2016. BEHLEN Industries LP will be honored by accepting the Export Award at the Canadian Manufacturing & Exports (CME) 2016 Gala Awards Dinner hosted at the RBC Convention Center in Winnipeg, MB on March 23. This event is held to celebrate Manitoba’s …
BEHLEN Industries adds another official certification to growing list of accolades September 11th, 2015
BEHLEN Industries LP (BEHLEN) has earned yet another official certification, after being unanimously approved by the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) as a Steel Fabricator CISC Member.
In addition to this new approval, BEHLEN was the first North American steel building manufacturer to be registered to …
BEHLEN Industries new technology is set to revolutionize the pre-engineered steel building industry April 29th, 2015
The Industrial Revolution transformed how we do work and paved the way to large scale production. Through mankind’s constant desire to innovate and reach new heights we have seen a new revolution transform before our eyes. The technological revolution has shown us …
January 16, 2015
BEHLEN Industries LP was featured in a web-exclusive article in Construct Canada Magazine. Click here to view the article.
BEHLEN Industries raises the bar on United Way Campaign
Brandon (MB) – December 10, 2014
Behlen Industries LP, one of the largest employers in Westman, has once again made the push for donations in support of the United Way in Brandon.
Since 2006, Behlen employees have rallied together to raise money for the United Way. After …
November 25, 2014
BEHLEN Industries LP was featured in a news article in Canadian Consulting Engineer Magazine. The article showcases the Siberian soccer facility that was manufactured by BEHLEN and is the largest frameless steel building in the world with a clear span of 313′ (95m). Click here to view the article.
November 21, 2014
BEHLEN Industries LP was featured in a web-exclusive article in Construction Canada Magazine. The article discusses the Siberian soccer stadium, which is the largest frameless steel building in the world, manufactured by BEHLEN Industries LP. Click here to view the article.
Largest frameless steel building in the world hosts first soccer game Massive BEHLEN-manufactured building holds international-sized soccer pitch
Brandon (MB) – November 12, 2014
After months of manufacturing and construction, the largest frameless steel building in the world hosted its first soccer game on November 8. Manufactured by BEHLEN Industries LP (BEHLEN) in Brandon, Manitoba, the structure holds …
BEHLEN Wins Long Term Achievement MBiz Award
Brandon (MB) – October 30, 2014
BEHLEN Industries LP (BEHLEN) was proud to accept the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce 2014 Manitoba Business (MBiz) Award in the Long Term Achievement Business – Rural Manitoba category on Wednesday. The award is the second BEHLEN has won this year, the first being the 2014 …
BEHLEN Industries celebrates 45 years in Brandon
Brandon (MB) – October 9, 2014
As Westman calendars were flipped to September, the new month brought changing leaves, unusually warm weather, and a very special anniversary for Behlen Industries LP.
For 45 years, Behlen Industries has been operating as one of the largest employers in southwestern Manitoba, currently …
September 1, 2014
BEHLEN Industries LP was featured in Construction Canada Magazine. The featured article discusses how BEHLEN has grown to become Canada’s largest manufacturer of pre-engineered steel building with an international reach and highlights some of our current projects. Click here to view the article.
More jobs for Brandon with BEHLEN’s big new project Manufacturing 31 buildings for Shell Canada development
Brandon (MB) – August 27, 2014
BEHLEN Industries LP (BEHLEN) will soon start the biggest project in its history which will create more jobs for Brandon workers. The company will complete the job with its Edmonton-based building partner, NWS Construction (NWS). The …
Canadian Consulting Engineer – NWS Construction receives contract for Carmon Creek heavy oil project
August 27, 2014
BEHLEN Industries LP was featured in an Engineering Feature in Canadian Consulting Engineer. The article talks about our recent contract to manufacture 31 buildings for Shell Canada. Click here to view the article.
Manitoba Steel Building Manufacturer Opening Office in Russia Brandon-based BEHLEN Industries LP to open office in Moscow after year of incredible growth
Brandon (MB) – November 6, 2013
BEHLEN Industries LP, Canada’s largest manufacturer of steel building systems, announced today they will be opening an office in Moscow to support strong sales growth. The Manitoba-based steel building …
Largest Convex Style Building in the World, Made in Brandon, Manitoba
Brandon (MB) – June 6, 2013
BEHLEN Industries LP is excited to announce we are in the process of manufacturing, what will be the largest convex style building in the world. The building will house an indoor soccer facility, to be erected in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.