PolyLevel Alberta Corp. was founded by bringing together the skills and experiences of three professionals to launch this state of the art business. Michel Belanger, Vincent Augert, and Francois Amyotte all have over 25 years of experience owning and operating businesses, and they combine to form an exceptional ownership team.
Michel serves as CEO and President, bringing over 30 years of hands on technical and business leadership to the job. Vincent is our Sales and Marketing Manager, with over 30 years of sales and customer service experience. Francois is our Operations Manager, drawing upon over 35 years of construction experience to successfully manage contracts and jobsites. We are proud to be 100% Canadian owned and operated, and we value the opportunity to serve our community.
At our core, PolyLevel Alberta Corp. is about bringing together talented people to provide excellent service and quality products. As part of the international PolyLevel® network, we are proud to bring an innovative, proven, and effective concrete lifting and leveling technique to our customers. We pride ourselves on providing the best service available, and we look forward to being part of your concrete lifting and leveling solution.
Michel Belanger has had a long career on the operations side of several businesses. Michel is currently the CEO and President of Redrok International Inc., a firm helping entrepreneurs build their businesses by providing equity financing, business advice and strategic partnerships. Michel is also the director of Newcastle Medical Investments Ltd., an investment company who assisted Innovative Trauma Care Inc. in getting to market.
Michel was previously Partner/Owner, Production Manager, Repair Manager, Technical Manager at a datalogger (measurement & control systems) company with extensive experience in field installations. Michel's proficiency in accounting and financial planning strengthens the foundation of PolyLevel Alberta Corp..
In addition to his business ventures, Michel serves as President of the SouthWest Community Adult Hockey League (SWCAHL), which has nine teams for over 35 year old players. The goal of the SWCAHL is to keep players active in hockey throughout their adult lives and serve as a bridge to join the over-55 Edmonton Vintage league. Michel is also a former director of Yellowbird East Community League.