ROC Modular stands for REAL Off-Site Construction. We are revolutionizing the Construction Industry with our innovative off-site Modular Construction Technology. We have a long standing reputation for on-time and on-budget projects. As a grassroots organization, we strongly believe in supporting change, growth, innovation, and advancement of our employees and surrounding community. We focus on the “WHY” of business and have found that the “WHAT” really benefits from this philosophy.
Through the combined experience of over 5,000 modules built, ROC Modular has an exceptional reputation for customer service and product quality. Our care for detail is evident throughout the building process, including meeting or exceeding our customer’s schedule and product expectations. We deeply care about the people we are building for, and believe our product has the ability to change people’s lives. Our view is that if people are happy, they will be productive and conscientious.
The result of this approach is a work culture that enables us to consistently deliver a world-class product.
Passionately making a difference
by manufacturing innovative modular solutions!
ROC Modular has the capacity and experience to build anything from a small site office to a large scale multi-family or commercial development across North America. ROC Modular has the ability to offer a full turn-key project – from concept development to engineering design to module fabrication to site construction – or any scope of work in between.
Our Modular units are manufactured and audited to CSA A277 – Factory Certification of Buildings standards under a strict quality prog ram in our 40,000+ square foot certified manufacturing facility located in Bow Island, Alberta.
Our leadership team brings together experts from construction, manufacturing, finance, development and energy and we are committed to changing the way we approach building. We have a diverse team with a common thread to be proud of where we work. Our view is that if people are happy, they will be productive and conscientious. We have a happy and collaborative work culture that enables us to believe in what we are doing and makes us the leaders in the modular construction industry.
Founder & Chief Impact Officer
Tony is a passionate serial philantropreneur that believes the most powerful force in the world is authentic human connection. He fancies himself as an artist, mainly drawing the best out of people. He believes that life should be fun, and brings an air of enjoyment and energy to the work space. Hobbies include wakesurfing, flying & traveling with his wife and 2 kids.
President & Chief Executive Officer
Joe is a modular construction professional and industry advocate. Having spent his entire career in developing disruptive technologies and businesses, he claims to know a good idea when he sees one. He is truly passionate about the potential for modular construction to very quickly change peoples’ lives and redefine the construction industry. Doing just that, while working with the awesome ROC Modular team, has him heel-click jumping out of bed every day.
Boris has sound technical and leadership experience in project and construction management in modular commercial and residential industries. He has a strong ability to lead people, coordinate ideas and optimize workflows. Boris has a GSC estimating designation and is passionate to get involved and provide input at any stage. Boris loves spending time in his circle of family and friends and he is an avid Calgary Flames fan and collector.
Kinjal is CA from India and holds DISA (India) designation. She recently completed her CFE (CPA Canada). Kinjal has extensive work experience in accounting, tax and financial services. She spent the last six years as a chartered accountant, focusing on business bookkeeping, accounting and tax. In her free time, she likes reading books, spending quality time with family and friends, traveling and cooking.
Design & Quality Assurance Manager
Andre is a dedicated and passionate Architectural Technologist and a member in good standing with ASET as a Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T). Andre has previously run his own design & drafting companies for 20 years working on projects from coast to coast in Canada and internationally. Andre believes in the future of modular construction and that “creating spaces for people to thrive” is a great way to express what he loves to do. Andre has a passion for reading, studying for his PMP designation and loves to spend a week in the spring or fall relaxing on a warm sunny beach in the Caribbean with his wife! The rest of the year he walks his 2 dogs every day, rain or shine, sleet or snow, at various off leash dog parks.
Dennis is a manufacturing expert who excels in dynamic environments. Dennis passionately runs all the ROC Modular facilities. He has extensive experience in manufacturing systems, product development, product quality, quality management systems, new production introductions, project management, LEAN, SIX SIGMA, safety, logistics, vendor and inventory management (just to name a few!). In his spare time, Dennis is a talented cook and knife craftsman / bladesmith.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Prior to co-founding Rio Investment Partners, Aki was the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Avrio Capital, responsible for overseeing the operations of the firm. With 20 years of experience and as a member of the Board for over 30 portfolio companies, he has played an active role in all facets of strategic planning, corporate development and overall shareholder value optimization. Aki is a pioneer in the field of sustainable technology investing, holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Saskatchewan, is a Chartered Accountant and a CFA charter-holder and currently sits on multiple private company Boards. He is also involved with various charitable and philanthropic organization including Endeavour Greece, the University of Saskatchewan Athletics Foundation and the North Point School for Boys where he serves as Treasurer.
Mr. Graham began his construction career with Graham in 1962 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, and has worked for over 50 years for Graham Construction companies. He held the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of Graham Construction Ltd. from 1967 to 1985. In 1985, he became the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Graham Group Ltd., through 2005. He has been a Trustee of Graham Income Trust since November 2005, and Chairman Emeritus since 2015. He is also on several Boards of Directors including Highwood Distillers Ltd., Atlas Concrete Inc. and Gramor Investments Inc. Mr. Graham holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan.
With over 20 years of background in optimizing engineering processes, utilizing emerging technologies to create automation and efficiencies, Mahyar has guided innovation and growth initiatives amongst many emerging enterprises. Through these roles, Mahyar has had the opportunity to work with sector leading companies such as Shell, Exxon Mobil, Rio Tinto, Saudi Aramco, Keppel, FANUC, Daimler, and BMW, amongst many others. In addition to his Board role at ROC Modular, Mahyar is the CEO of Nitride Global and currently serves as an advisor and board member to a number of companies, including Pocket Pills, PYURE Company, Garmentier and Dianomix.
PRESIDENT, CEO AND BOARD MEMBER
Joe has spent over 25 years in senior executive roles in new, growing and disruptive industries – developing and introducing new technologies & products and successfully growing award winning companies. He is a pioneer in the modular industry having overseen over half a billion dollars of modular projects in his career. He is currently serving as Vice Chair of the Modular Building Institute’s Canadian Council and sits on the CSA Standard Development and Oversight Committees for Modular Construction. Joe is a professional engineer registered with APEGA, has a Masters degree in Environmental Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Calgary, with executive program from the Haskayne School of Business.
CHIEF IMPACT OFFICER AND BOARD MEMBER
With 15 years of modular manufacturing experience, Tony is the founder of ROC Modular, responsible for having developed the thesis that underpins the ROC business philosophy and corporate DNA. A serial entrepreneur, Tony has founded and operated companies in numerous sectors including transportation, oil & gas, fabrication, distribution and construction. Tony is currently the Vice-Chair of YPO (AB Chapter) and serves as a Board Member of the In2Action foundation (ROC’s charitable organization) and has previously served as a Board member of Camp HE-HO-HA (camp for adults & kids with unique abilities) and is a retired volunteer fire fighter/EMT in the Bow Island regions.
ROC Modular is committed to giving back to the communities in which we live and work. We support initiatives dedicated to improving peoples’ lives and circumstances. All of our employees are involved in these programs, and over the past few years the ROC Modular family has provided more than $320,000 to support our communities and people in need.
TOTAL CONTRIBUTED TO CHARITY TO DATE
We were honored to receive the 2014 Large Business of the Year Award from the Medicine Hat and District Chamber of Commerce. We are also honored to be current members of the Canadian Home Builders Association (Medicine Hat), Manufacturers Association for Relocatable Structures (MARS), Progressive Home Warranty Program, and Chamber of Commerce (Bow Island).
Be Part of the Modular Revolution
Join the ROC Modular Team. Our view is that if people are happy, they will be productive and conscientious. The result of this approach is a work culture that enables us to consistently deliver a world-class product.
At our Bow Island plant location, we are always seeking team players of all trade disciplines, who have good communication and organizational skills. We are also interested to meet with any innovative minds from the industries of architecture, engineering, construction, and manufacturing, including project managers and site superintendents.