About Triple H

Albert Senior at the original Triple H building

The origins of the name Triple H Concrete Products came from the company’s founder Albert Hoogendoorn Sr and his two silent partners, his brother Cornelius (“Dutchie”), and Jack Hemstra –Triple H! In 1975, as a part-time business, using a hand-operated forming machine, Triple H maxed out at 40 pavers per day. In 1981, now a full time operation for Albert Sr. and Yoka, his wife and business partner, Triple H bought a plot of land in Putnam to build a plant. Triple H could now manufacture 400 stones per day. Albert Jr. and Eric learned a lot at the hands of their parents. Working at the plant on weekends when they were kids and eventually working there full time when their schooling was completed.

Our first plant
Putnam, Ontario 
circa 1981

Demand continued to grow and so did Triple H. Eventually, brothers Albert and Eric bought the business from their parents. Having seen the plant through two expansions and implementing leading edge manufacturing techniques and machinery, Albert and Eric have prepared the plant for growth well into the 21st Century.

Interior shot of part of the Triple H plant

We’re just as committed to our customers as we were when we started. We’re still family run, working hands-on every day.

Albert and Eric Hoogendorn in the yard at the Triple H Plant. Standing next to a fork lift and a palette of Triple H products