About the Ralmax Group of Companies

Ralmax Group of Companies is a diversified group of local industrial businesses focused in and around Victoria’s working harbor.  The companies within the group include Ellice Recycle Ltd., Ralmax Contracting Ltd., United Engineering Ltd., Point Hope Maritime Ltd., Chew Excavating Ltd., Trio Ready-Mix Ltd. and Trio Landscape Supply Ltd.  The Ralmax Group is also a partner in Salish Sea Industrial Services Ltd. with the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations. Select a company below to learn more.

  • Ralmax Contracting

    Specializing in site development including demolition, deconstruction, interior strip outs, hazardous materials removal, excavation and site services.

  • Ellice Recycle

    A one stop recycling diversion facility. We ensure that materials received are professionally handled and optimally re-used or recycled.

  • Point Hope Maritime

    Point Hope Maritime's full service shipyard is strategically located on the harbour in Victoria. We repair and refit all types of commercial and private vessels.

  • Trio Ready-Mix

    Delivering from Sidney to Sooke to the Malahat, Trio is a full-service Ready Mix Producer with the ability to supply jobs of all sizes.

  • United Engineering

     Serving a broad range of industry for over 77 years, our location offers convenience and efficiency for the shipment of large fabricated projects along the entire coast.

  • Ralmax Properties

    Providing property management services for our tentants as well as shared services as the head office for the Group of Companies.

  • Salish Sea Industrial Services

    Salish Sea Industrial Services is a true partnership between the Ralmax Group and the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations providing marine industrial services on Vancouver Island.

  • Chew Excavating

    Since 1955, Chew Excavating Ltd. has built its reputation as one of the most highly respected excavating and civil construction companies on Vancouver Island.

Latest News

(From left-right) Mark Collins, BC Ferries' President, and CEO. Mark Wilson, BC Ferries' Vice President of Engineering. Riccardo Regosa, General Manager of Point Hope Maritime. Ian Maxwell, President, and CEO of Ralmax Group of Companies. Signing the agreement in front of the Point Hope Maritime workforce.

June 2, 2017

The agreement between Ralmax’s Point Hope Maritime and BC Ferries is a 5-year service deal that will see vessels come into the yard for regular drydock projects as well as emergency services. There are around 20 scheduled projects set over those 5 years. The vessels included in the agreement are the Kahloke, Klitsa, Kuper, Kwuna, Nicola, Nimpkish, Tachek and Quadra Queen II. This partnership will greatly help with operations as it will give Point Hope a level of certainty that comes with establishing a scheduled service.    

March 20, 2017

On Saturday, March 18th a 15-meter wide, 116-meter long ferry dock pontoon weighing in at about 4,100 tonnes, was maneuvered through Victoria’s inner harbour and out into the Georgia Strait. Set to be the new ferry dock for BC Ferries, the pontoon was tugged along the water for 48-hours until it reached its destination on the Sunshine Coast at the Langdale terminal. This project required multiple companies to complete the various tasks required. United Engineering, Salish Sea, Point Hope, and Trio all contributed to the completion of this project along with a number of sub-contractors.