Founded in 1984, NEWWAY Forming is renowned for its workmanship, leading edge know-how and lifelong traditions.
NEWWAY Forming is largely responsible for shaping and growing “concrete forming” into the dynamic industry it is today. We have an outstanding portfolio consisting of numerous landmark projects i.e. the “Shangri-La” the 62 story tallest building in Vancouver, BC; “The Bow” in Calgary, AB; “The Crystal” in Burnaby, BC; and the “Surrey Memorial Hospital” in Surrey, BC.
NEWWAY Forming has established itself as one of the leading commercial, residential and institutional builders who thrive in the niche market of architecturally exposed concrete and complex designs. We have undertaken many time-sensitive projects and have consistently fulfilled and surpassed expectations.
With a solid reputation in the concrete forming business NEWWAY Forming has built strong relationships with every major developer, construction manager and general contractor which have entrusted NEWWAY Forming to make their projects a success.
From the head office in Burnaby, BC, NEWWAY Forming also operates in Alberta. With a reliable performance record of over 25 years in the forming business, over 500 site workers, 26 tower cranes, 3 pumps and many hundreds of thousands of square feet of forming equipment, prospective clients are assured that NEWWAY Forming is self-sufficient and has a skilled team of specialist who undertake very large projects and complete them on time and on budget.
Under the leadership of Cav. Ezio Bortolussi, President and Mr. Salvatore Giantomaso, Vice-President, NEWWAY Forming has been able to maintain a nucleus of superintendents, foremen, and lead carpenters for over 25 years. This is what makes NEWWAY Forming such a successful enterprise.
NEWWAY Forming is very active in the community, supporting a number of charitable organizations i.e.: Friends of Ferrari, Columbus Soccer, several Youth Soccer Clubs, the Vancouver Police Pipe Band, the Vicentine Choir, the Greg Moore Fundation, the BC Children’s Hospital, Il Giro of Burnaby and the Centro Dino Ferrari.