Saskatchewan’s Premier Excavating Contractor


As one of Saskatchewan’s premier distributors of aggregates, top soil, sand, and gravel, we’ve grown to have one of the largest fleets of equipment in the area. For over 37 years, we’ve developed an extensive inventory of equipment, including graders, loaders, trucks, bobcats, excavators, and compactors. Our employees include 42 full time and several part-time and sub-contract employees, keeping up with the growing demand for the highest quality products and services in Southern Saskatchewan.

Since we opened in 1978, we’ve maintained a consistent safety record, setting us apart from other gravel companies. Consistency, quality, and safety are the hallmarks of Serbu Sand & Gravel. We specialize in new residential and commercial construction, using our vast array of equipment in every job. We also offer snow removal. Other services include basement excavation and demolition.

We are proud to sponsor Team Selzer, a woman’s curling team in Saskatchewan. We’ve enabled them to complete in the World’s Women’s Curling Tour against elite teams through our ongoing support. Serbu Sand & Gravel covers the costs of playing at this high level, including entry fees, travel, and equipment. We proudly allow them to focus on their game while we take care of the rest.

We also contribute financially to the Faculty of Engineering’s Baja SAE Team at the University of Regina.

Community Support


Serbu Sand & Gravel has been a dedicated sponsor of Team Selzer for the past five years. With our support they are able to compete on the Saskatchewan and World Women's Curling Tour against elite teams year after year. With our backing they are able to cover the costs associated with playing at this high level (competition entry fees, travel and equipment) which allows them to focus on their game on the ice and in reaching our goals. Team Seizer considers Serbu an integral part of their team allowing them pursuing their dreams.


Serbu Sand & Gravel is also proud of it's financial contribution to the University of Regina - Faculty of Engineering's Baja SAE Team.