About Us

Ram Steel Ltd. is a Saskatoon based company created to serve structural steel, piping, and mechanical equipment installation project needs. Safety, Quality, Honesty, Integrity, and Trust are the core values we live by. Our professional team has extensive experience working on a variety of industrial and commercial sites.

Mission Statement

To build long term client relationships by providing quality assured products and services in a safe and efficient manner.

Trade Union Affiliations

Ram Steel Ltd. maintains affiliations with the following:

• Iron Workers Local 771
• United Association Local 179
• Millwrights Local 1021
• Boilermakers Local 555
• United Brotherhood of Carpenters Local 1985

Meet the Team

Meet our team of professionals, who have the experience to take your project to the finish line.

Garrett Prosofsky

After a hockey career that took Garrett all over Canada, the United States and Germany, he made his way back to the steel industry in which he grew up. In 2009, Garrett moved his young family back to Saskatoon and began work with Saskatoon Metal Mfg. He started out in the shop learning the industry – from running the forklift, how to break & bend metal and learning how to weld and fabricate miner boxes. Garrett then attended SIAST and graduated with a diploma as a Mechanical Engineering Technologist. After his schooling, he joined Ram Steel Ltd and worked in the field to gain a good understanding of the iron worker trade. As the company grew, Garrett moved into the office and took on the project management roll. One year later, he became a partner and is now the head of our business operations.
Tyler Prosofsky A.SC.T
Growing up in the steel trade gave Tyler an understanding of what was involved in a steel fabrication shop. From sweeping floors at Saskatoon Metal Mfg. at a young age, he later graduated to the ironworker, brake and shear, welding, fabricating, and gained the experience of interacting with others in a work environment. Tyler pursued a hockey career at age 16, after playing Jr Hockey for 5 years and Professional Hockey for 6, while still working at Saskatoon Metal in the summers, he decided to become a permanent part of the business. In 2003 he attended SIAST and graduated with a diploma as a Mechanical Engineer Technologist. Tyler moved into the front office of Saskatoon Metal Mfg. in 2005 and became a partner one year later. He has been involved in drafting, shipping/receiving, purchasing, estimating, marketing, project management and client relations.
Dion Protzak P.Eng.
Since graduating with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the U of S, Dion has gained 2 decades of combined manufacturing, project management and maintenance experience in heavy industry and mining. After spending four years at Hitachi Canadian Industries as a machining engineer, maintenance engineer and quality assurance coordinator he then worked for five years at PCS Potash Cory division as a project engineer and maintenance crew supervisor. Dion joined Saskatoon Metal Mfg. as a manufacturing engineer in 2003 and became a partner one year later. He has been involved in a vast array of projects throughout his career managing all phases of project execution and involving all trades and professions.

Jay Hamilton

Project Manager
Jay started ironworking in 2006 and is a red seal journeyman ironworker with experience in steel fabrication, and erection, as well as maintenance operations in the industrial mine sites. Jay has executed various maintenance, shut down and new construction projects on various mine sites throughout Saskatchewan. Prior to Ironworking, he was a welder / fabricator at Nutana Machine in Saskatoon. Jay has taken various courses throughout his ironworking career such as Foreman Training, Superintendent Training, Effective Supervision Through Effective Communications, and Construction Project Management.
Mark Shaw P.Eng., PMP
Project Manager
After completing his education at the University of Saskatchewan, Mark spent the first five years of his career in the manufacturing sector, in project and engineering management roles. Following that, he transitioned to an EPCM firm, where he gained both office and field experience on multi-discipline potash and uranium projects. Mark was then employed by the City of Saskatoon, where he held the position of Environmental Operations Manager, followed by Water Treatment Plant Manager. He joined Ram Steel in 2022, returning to his project management roots.

Logan Adrian

Logan is a red seal journeyman ironworker and CWB certified welder, with supervisor, first aid, rescue, and construction safety officer training. He has been working in the construction and steel manufacturing industry for over 15 years. He has been involved in large to small projects at several Saskatchewan potash mines, agricultural and commercial buildings, ornamental and structural.

Dawson Bentley

Project Manager / Supervisor
Dawson started his Ironworking career working summers as an apprentice in high school. Following graduation, he entered the trade full time and completed his Red Seal apprenticeship soon after. After working in the commercial sector for several years he went on to work in the Industrial and Mining industry. This took him to projects at various locations throughout Canada and abroad. Dawson began working for Ram Steel in 2019. Since then, he has worked on many structural and mechanical projects progressing him into supervision and project management roles.
Chris Paposi NCSO.
Safety/Project Coordinator
Chris is a Journeyman Scaffolder and National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO), who has taken various supervisory and leadership training including CODC-Better Supervision / Drug and Alcohol Awareness, Edwards School of Business PMP Essentials, and UBC - Collaborative Leadership Program. He has over 15 years of experience in the Industrial and Commercial sector and has served the industry in various capacities such as managing multi-discipline work groups, supervising field operations, and coordinating safety efforts for turnaround activities and new construction throughout Saskatchewan. He joined Ram Steel in 2022 and is focused on growing the already strong safety culture that has been established.

Tyler Dueck

Tyler began his career in production welding and joined the Boilermakers Union Hall Local 555 in 2010. Since then, he has worked on various sites across the country, including potash and uranium mines, oil refineries, hydro dams, fertilizer plants, and boiler houses. Tyler has extensive experience fabricating tanks, and has branched-out into various other aspects of boilermaking. He began supervising projects in 2014, and his roles have varied from a working Foreman to a General Foreman overseeing 40+ personnel. Tyler has been a field Supervisor with Ram Steel Ltd. since 2021.
(639) 397-5207
3315 Wells Avenue, Saskatoon, SK S7K 5W6
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