Experience the Monarch Difference.
Monarch structures are built to last – come rain, wind, or snow, our shelters and outdoor furniture will stand the test of time.
Each item we produce is built with design in mind, enhancing the appearance of your community while staying true to our commitment to environmental sustainability.
Our team of professionals has extensive experience in providing end-to-end project management, manufacturing, and installation services across North America.
University of Victoria Transit Exchange
Planning and collaboration create shelters that appeal to both bus riders and bike riders at the University of Victoria. Monarch’s commitment to sustainability demonstrated an understanding of UVic’s focus on student care.See Case Study
Banff Transit Shelter
In keeping with the design aesthetic of Banff, a resort town located in The Rocky Mountains, Monarch designed, supplied and installed custom timber accented transit shelters to fit perfectly with the community. The shelters complement their surroundings and provide a warm and eco-friendly environment for the Roam Public Transit service riders.See Case Study
Kelowna RapidBus Shelter Program
Expanding ridership, extreme weather resistance and renewable energy systems make reliable and attractive transit shelters designed and built by Monarch a perfect choice in Kelowna.See Case Study
What Our Clients Are Saying
It doesn't matter if it's the crack of dawn, late at night or raining cats and dogs, the people at Monarch show up. You can count on them to get a project done and done right. They took care of all of the permitting, on site assessments, coordination with other contractors and site construction. They were professional and prepared. Monarch planned and evaluated each step to a successful completion. We’ve enjoyed working with the Monarch team.
Pete D. Storguard
Monarch provided a custom built bus shelter for the Brighouse Bus Mall, in Richmond. The style of the bus shelter was chosen to fit in with the surrounding architecture. Monarch were able to have the shelter completed on time despite a very busy work site and an aggressive construction schedule. Translink were very happy with the completed bus shelter.
Mark C. Aplin Martin
How can we help you?
Your project is one-of-a-kind, but it's likely the challenges you're facing are not. Take a moment to tell us about your project, pain points, or aspirations - we're here to help.Start the conversation