Craftex as a company has been a part of the Lloydminster construction community over 50 years having been established in 1966. With a couple managerial changes over the last 50 years Craftex has evolved from the original Craftex name from 1966, to Craftex Builders Inc in 1995.
In 2004 Craftex Builders became part of a larger group of companies and now operates as Craftex Builders ‘A Division of Leeville Construction Ltd.’ Even with the multiple changes in ownership over the years Craftex has remained focused on providing honest, fair and professional service to each client we work with.
Craftex provides exceptional service and experience in education, commercial and industrial sectors lead by Ed Hickman with over 35 years in the construction industry. Fuelled by a young and motivate construction team, Craftex can provide the service and experience you need to get the job done right!
Craftex makes up but one division of Leeville construction with Frontier Builders out of Swift Current and Leeville Construction out of Moose Jaw we are set up to handle any project sizes large or small.
Craftex Builders is proud to be partnered with Butler Manufacturing for our Pre-Engineered Design Build Building Systems. Butler is a pioneer in steel building industry and with their expertise we know we can design the best building to suit each of our client’s needs.
As management and staff of our network of construction companies, our mission is…
At Craftex our customers are the best measure of our performance. We work hard to ensure that the construction process flows as seamlessly as possible. We not only work for our customer, but with our customers to ensure the job is done right the first time.
Craftex is very active in the construction community volunteering, assisting and sponsoring local events. Craftex also is a proud supporter of our local hockey community and assists in providing yearly sponsorship to local leagues, clubs and other events as the opportunities arise.
Craftex Builders prides themselves in keeping local in whatever capacity possible from volunteering, sponsorship and most importantly using local sub-contractors and suppliers whenever possible.
The only way to build a strong community is to invest in it!!!