About US

Full Service Commercial Prime Mechanical Contracting

In 2006, Dave Runions and his father Terry Runions started D&T Plumbing Limited, a partnership that started with small commercial projects. Specializing in building and servicing gas stations throughout Alberta, D&T Plumbing found almost immediate success and quickly began to build from this experience. They added site service contracts for Shell Canada, and later began building service stations for Imperial Oil, Suncor, and Husky Oil.

More than just service stations, D&T Plumbing has completed a wide variety of projects since 2007. These include senior’s lodges, strip malls, warehouses, schools, and multi-family condominium buildings.

D&T has also been very successful with multiple design build projects within the greater Calgary area for the past 5 years.

Today D&T continues to operate as a prime mechanical contractor throughout southern Alberta; overseeing multiple multi-faceted projects and maintaining a high standard of quality and safety, as well as an exceptional level of professionalism on construction sites.

Our Mission

Pulling from substantial experience in the commercial construction industry we are driven to be a diverse prime mechanical contractor with an adaptive mindset and commitment to safety and people. The ultimate goal being customer satisfaction, we strive to complete every project with the highest levels of quality and efficiency.

Commitment to Safety

D&T Plumbing takes safety seriously!

With regular meetings and ongoing commitment to safety through education and training, D&T has made a significant investment in the safety of its staff and the people around them. We have an open culture when it comes to job site safety and our highest priorities are preventing incidents and eliminating potential hazards for not only our staff, but the other trades around us.

Core Values

  • Commitment to 100% customer satisfaction
  • Dedication to safety on all projects
  • Collaboration and adaptability
  • Exceptional quality
  • Leadership – growth and accountability