Experience, Diverse, Vertically Integrated

Building Infrastructure that Withstands the Test of Time

Russell Redi-Mix Concrete/Langenburg Redi-Mix Ltd. a Division of Coco Group, a leader in the heavy road construction business in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Being one of a few fully vertically integrated heavy civil contractors in Canada with ratings and capabilities available to complete heavy civil projects of varying scope and complexity. With 17 regional offices and a staffing complement of over 3,000 employees, Coco Group provides a wide range of self-performed construction services including:

  • Asphalt Paving and Production
  • Asphalt Cement Production
  • Asphalt Milling
  • Cold-in-Place Recycling
  • Concrete Paving and Production
  • Structures
  • Aggregate Production and Supply
  • Earthwork
  • Grading
  • Underground Servicing
  • Electrical Servicing
  • Highway Maintenance
  • Concrete Pipe and Box Culvert Manufacturing


Coco Group is committed to delivering world-class performance in Health, Safety and Environmental management across all operations in Canada. Coco Group recognizes that all workers have the right to work in a safe and healthy workplace, we are committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment through the use of an effective Health, Safety, and Environmental Management System. Coco Group is proud of our Health and Safety certifications:


esa safety
cor safety


Alternative Procurement

Coco has been involved in numerous P3 projects demonstrating the ability to complete these complex projects on time and on budget. The strength in Coco’s P3 capability is the vast vertical integration in all aspects of project delivery from aggregate production, site grading, underground utilities, structure construction, surface grading and surface paving. This vertical integration allows for Coco to take on the majority of a projects work with internal resources allowing Coco to control the outcome of the project. Another aspect that sets Coco apart is it’s vast geographic footprint which provides Coco with local in place infrastructure to draw from along with the local knowledge that comes from this capability.

Indigenous Community Involvement

Over the years, Coco Group has developed experience and continues to work closely with Indigenous Communities. Our commitment includes having developed a First Nations Advisory Council to provide guidance and assistance in the management of First Nation relationships, which has proven to be resourceful on several projects. Our First Nations Advisory Board comprises of David Sharpe, Tyendinaga; George Lafond, Muskeg Lake First Nation; and, Dr. Mark Dockstator, Six Nations. In Manitoba, we have performed works with the Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nations, Waywayseecappo First Nations, and performing highway projects in the Riding Mountain National Park, in which Coco was subcontracted to work hand in hand with local contractors to execute the work; to name just a few. We will continue to work closely with our advisory board to help develop opportunities and programs, including the recruitment of Indigenous employees moving forward.


Coco Group is an award-winning company with awards and accolades. Our recognitions include:

  • Ajax
  • Maple Drum
  • Maple Batch
  • Mississauga
  • Toronto (Wilson)
  • Toronto (Leaside)
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  • Belleville Plant
  • London Plant
  • Wolfedale Plant
  • Project of the Year
  • Award of Excellence in
    Safety (2019)
  • Barrie Plant
  • Westbrook Plant
  • Peterborough Plant
  • Municipal Paving Award
  • Award of Excellence,
    Paving (2018)
  • Nebo Plant
  • Kitchener Plant
  • Maple Plant
  • Oshawa Plant
  • Ajax Plant
  • Leaside Plant
  • Wilson Plant

ORGA Awards
Coco Paving emerged as a finalist for OGRA’s Municipal Paver of the Year for the VivaNext
Project Construction.
At the 2020 ORBA convention, Coco Paving received MTO's "Provincial Finalist, 2019 Asphalt Paver of the Year" award for our work on Highway 33, Picton ON. The award was handed out by the Minister of Transport, Caroline Mulroney.
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