Dennerik Engineering Ltd. was founded in 1981 by two ambitious mechanical engineers at its first location in the historic Vancouver Iron Works site. In 1986, the Company moved to its custom-built location in Burnaby and in 2012, moved to its current location in Maple Ridge. The Maple Ridge facility includes a 3,000 sq. ft. office, an efficient 18,000 sq. ft. fabrication shop, a separate sandblasting and painting facility, and over two acres of yard, providing ample storage and assembly space.
We have a staff of engineering veterans who combine traditional engineering principles, extensive applied design experience, and the latest design software with many years of plant management and project management skills. The team is led by Erik Haakonsholm, who has been working in this field for more than 30 years, and has helmed Dennerik Engineering since its start. Jack Wilson, former owner of Gunn Industries, has been working in the industry for more than 45 years, and has worked on many unique projects, including some of the world’s largest observatories in Hawaii, and an extensive list of complex conveyor systems.
Our shop supervisor, Ray Bosa, brings more than 30 years of relevant experience to each project, and efficiently manages a crew of dedicated tradespeople. Dennerik Engineering is certified to CSA Standard W47.1, Division 2, and has a vast range of registered ASME Section IX and AWS weld procedures and certified welders.
We are relationship builders. Proved by decades-old relationships with some of our clients, our clients receive our full attention and best service on each and every project. We work with our clients to ensure their design, manufacturing and budgetary needs are fully met, that equipment fits and functions correctly once it is installed, and issues are resolved as quickly and efficiently as possible. Dennerik’s top priority is the quality of our products and services, and that installed equipment functions as it should.