In typical fashion, the holiday season has come and gone, and while we had some wonderful time off to enjoy our friends and family’s company over the season, we cannot wait to jump into 2023 here at Todd Brothers. Finally, we have had some time to collect our thoughts and reflect on how amazing our […]
On Saturday May 21st a severe weather alert was released for southern Ontario, including Whitchurch Stouffville, the home of Todd Brothers Contracting. Many homes and businesses were damaged in the storm as extremely heavy winds and rain swept through the area throughout the night. There were countless downed trees blocking roads, driveways, and causing concern for the community’s overall safety. The Todd Brothers team jumped into action by removing […]
Over 40 years later and we have recently brought TB300 to our fleet. This 300th piece of equipment went to one of our amazing Foremen Richard, and seems fitting seeing as one of Ross’ first purchases was a 1980 Jeep Pickup he used as a work truck when he began Todd Brothers Contracting in 1980. […]
Sometimes we are able to provide services which include re-using unwanted materials from one project and placing them in new location which can help improve the site.
It was a majestic day in Stouffville Ontario when a couple of young innovators had a idea. To turn a rock truck into a hot tub. A mobile hot tub in the back of a rock truck for the Santa Claus Parade.
This year’s Stouffville Santa Clause Parade saw the entry of Todd Brothers Contracting in the form of a traveling hot tub. The parade entry was created from one large truck, lots of water and some pool parts and a generator.
Todd Brothers Contracting Ltd. 2013 entry into the Markham Fair’s highway tractor competition. This was the first outing with the new machine. We didn’t get the full pull this time. See you next year.
Ross received an award at the 2013 Terry Fox Run in Stouffville. It is a Certificate of Recognition presented to Todd Brothers. “For your kind
Ross Todd decided the troops needed more than just a coffee when they wake up Christmas morning, so he donated $3,000 to the Koffee in Kandahar program.