About Us

Officially established in March of 2001 by Jerry Beaudoin, SRS National debuted with a one ‘bad-to-the-bone’ tri-axel dump truck, the 'Triple Six' and only a few loyal customers. But the humble beginnings of SRS provided the time necessary for the company to position itself to eventually become the industry leader in transportation. A mere six months would pass by, and when October of 2001 dawned, Jerry had to hire on extra hands to help with the day-to-day operations of SRS National. So he hired his brother James to assist with the company operations, customer acquisitions and overall management of his newly founded enterprise.

By the time 2003 rolled around, SRS had already doubled its fleet with the acquisition of the new unit, the ‘Triple Nine'. With this purchase did come the hiring of the first official SRS driver, Chris Doheny.  By the time 2003 rolled around, SRS had already doubled its fleet with the
acquisition of the new unit, the ‘Triple Nine'. With this purchase did come the hiring of the first official SRS driver, Chris Doheny. But the hiring of Chris would only be the tip of the iceberg—due to constant communications and an ever growing list of contacts, SRS would go on to secure more than fifteen new environmental contractors during its first two years of operations. Of course, the more work that SRS was able to acquire also meant that they would need to purchase more equipment to support their growing number of loyal customers. When 2004 came around, with it came the much needed additions of two more tri-axles, the Triple Eight and the Triple Seven. The years of 2005 and 2006 also saw the addition of three more vehicles: Triple Five, Triple Three and Triple Four.

SRS continued to grow by leaps and bounds exponentially, and by the year 2007 they had widened and grown their customer base to more than thirty-five active environmental firms, which was inclusive of a variety of engineers, contractors and disposal facilities. With all of the newly acquired business, SRS once again would have to add to their already sizeable fleet of trucks. This time it was the award-winning Triple Zero and the trophy beset Triple Two that would make their way into the esteemed SRS fleet. With the addition of several new trucks, 2007 also saw the retirement of the truck that started it all: the Triple Six—which was sold to a company based out of Pennsylvania, which had also acquired the Triple Seven during the spring of that year.

As Jerry saw the original brainchild of SRS be sold away to happy and anxious customers, he started eagerly working on a new ‘baby’ to compliment the SRS fleet, and become the new flagship of his signature line of trucks: the Triple One. This truck was constructed by Jerry as a representation of all that he had work so hard to attain with all of the trucks that were constructed in the SRS fleet, and would ultimate become the premier truck in the SRS line.

When the Triple One finally made its debut in the Mid-American Truck Show in Louisville, Kentucky it easily surpassed all other entries and stole the ‘Best of Show’ award. This prestigious honor of the SRS new flagship vehicle sent a surefire shockwave through the truck-show circuit in the US and in Canada.

At the Present, SRS is working diligently to continue moving forward with servicing its ever growing list of clients, while offering the best premium services available. SRS missions on the pledge to exceed the originally integrity and passion that got the company to where it is today, while never compromising ethics or values.