Our Mission

Our mission is simple, to provide exceptional portable machining services to our clients, by offering quality service and value-driven solutions. This mission is rooted in three fundamental principles: Integrity, Innovation, and People. Together, these principles drive us to exceed our clients’ expectations and make a meaningful impact in the industry.

“I’m dedicated to customer service and to making
In-Situ Machining the very best it can be.”
Maurice Titley – President
In-Situ Machining Solutions Ltd.

Integrity and Ethics

For In-Situ Machining, the commitment to ethical conduct is not just a belief or philosophy – it is a practice. All our policies and procedures are designed to align with our core values of honesty and integrity. Our clients trust us, knowing that we maintain the highest possible standards in all our operations. 

integrity and dedication

Ingenuity and Innovation

At our company, we believe in reimagining what’s possible in the field of on-site machining. We constantly seek improved methods, invest in the latest technology, and refine our techniques to ensure our clients are receiving optimal solutions tailored to their needs.

People, their Safety and Growth

Our people are at the heart of everything we do, and we recognize that our success is directly linked to their well-being and growth. We are committed to creating an environment that fosters their development and encourages them to reach their full potential. At our workplace, we prioritize safety and ensure that our employees are equipped with the knowledge and resources they require to do their jobs safely and go home without incident.

about in-situ machining

In-Situ Machining Solutions is an on-site machining company that has been providing specialty services to clients across Canada for nearly 30 years. As a family owned and operated business, we understand the importance of delivering quality, reliability, and professionalism to our clients. Our dedication to personalized service has allowed us to build a solid reputation as a trusted partner in the industry, delivering results that meet and exceed industry standards.

With multiple locations in Alberta, and a head office in Airdrie, we are staffed with a team of highly skilled technicians who are trained to handle a wide range of machining challenges. With decades of combined experience, our technicians bring a wealth of expertise and problem-solving abilities to every project.

Our commitment to excellence extends beyond our technical skills. We prioritize open and transparent communication with our clients, ensuring that they are involved and informed throughout the entire project. Whether it’s providing detailed progress reports or offering proactive suggestions for improvements, we believe in fostering strong partnerships with our clients, based on trust and collaboration.

Our Company

Our Company - In-Situ Machining

Our History

After over 20 years in the machining industry, Maurice Titley founded In-Situ Machining Solutions and began operations in 1996. He started out with a humble range of equipment that included three small flange facers, all of which could fit in the back of a single work truck. Maurice would travel from one site to another, selling flange facing services to any clients that required it.

Today, In-Situ Machining remains a family-owned business that has evolved into one of Canada’s leading on-site machining providers. With multiple locations in Alberta, hundreds of portable machines, and a fleet of trucks and trailers, we have the equipment to tackle projects of any size. Combined with our selection of highly trained technicians, we are capable of providing the highest quality in a wide range of on-site machining services.

Our Team

Maurice Titley


Recognizing the untapped potential in the portable machining market, Maurice established In-Situ Machining Solutions in the spring of 1996. With an impressive 45 years of in-shop and on-site machining experience, Maurice’s strong work ethic and unwavering commitment to clients has propelled In-Situ to become a top provider of portable machining services.

As the company continues to evolve, Maurice remains committed to maintaining dedication to quality, exceptional customer service, and a focus on the market’s ever-changing demands.

Ryan Titley, B.Eng

Operations Manager

Ryan, an Engineering graduate from the University of Calgary with over 20 years of experience, has been a vital member of In-Situ Machining since 2003. Excelling in organization and planning, he plays an essential role at the company’s head office.

Ryan thrives in the fast-paced industry, appreciating the team environment and working closely with family, consistently demonstrating an unwavering commitment to delivering outstanding results and exceptional dedication to client service. As an effective leader, Ryan enjoys guiding his team to success and contributes significantly to the company’s achievements.

Todd Titley

Executive Manager

Todd began his In-Situ Machining journey in 2012, after enrolling in SAIT’s Machining program. He honed his skills under the tutelage of experienced professionals at both SAIT and In-Situ, eventually graduating as a Journeyman Machinist. Todd thrived as a field machinist, displaying exceptional client service and efficiency, and his passion for teamwork fostered strong relationships with both colleagues and clients.

Currently, as Executive Manager, Todd adeptly balances his time between the shop, on-site projects, and the office. His dedication to exceptional service and company growth solidifies his key role in the In-Situ family.

Blake Titley

Project Supervisor

Blake, a dedicated and resourceful Project Supervisor at In-Situ Machining, began his journey in 2011 after completing Mount Royal University’s Business program. He furthered his education at SAIT, finishing his apprenticeship at In-Situ and graduating as a Journeyman Machinist.

His exceptional work ethic and dependability quickly shined on site. Blake’s analytical and critical thinking skills enabled him to create innovative solutions for clients, and his education and experience equipped him to excel as Project Supervisor.

Currently, Blake’s unwavering commitment to excellence and innovative problem-solving drives success for In-Situ and its clients, making him an indispensable team member.

Jay Titley

Project Supervisor

Jay, a skilled Project Supervisor at In-Situ Machining, started his career in 2014 and quickly made a positive impact. After completing the Machining program at SAIT, he became a Journeyman Machinist and has refined his skills ever since.

Jay has played a crucial role in training and mentoring new employees, guiding them with patience and encouragement. His adaptability helps him tackle diverse challenges, consistently delivering high-quality results.

Currently, Jay continues to encourage a dynamic workplace where innovation and collaboration thrive, remaining an invaluable asset to both In-Situ and its clients.

Jesse Titley

Project Supervisor

Jesse, a devoted Project Supervisor at In-Situ Machining, has been a key team member since 2006. After completing the Machining program at SAIT, he became a Journeyman Machinist, demonstrating his remarkable skills in the field.

Jesse is known for his commitment to quality workmanship and strong work ethic, as well as having an affinity for teamwork and actively participating in the growth and development of his colleagues.

Constantly seeking new skills and innovative solutions, Jesse pushes the limits in the machining industry. His diverse talents and dedication have greatly contributed to In-Situ’s success, solidifying his position as a respected and valued team member.

Our Facilities

In-Situ Machining has two large warehouses and equipment yards in Alberta, one located near Calgary and the other near Edmonton. Both sites have over a combined 13,000 square feet of shop and warehouse space, and 3,000 square feet of office space. This allows us to store and maintain a large collection of portable equipment, with hundreds of unique onsite machines and all the tools needed to repair and maintain them.

Our Fleet

Our company operates with a robust and versatile fleet that ensures the smooth execution of our services. We have assembled over 20 vehicles, including specialized trucks and SUVs, to provide efficient transportation for our crews, machinery, and materials. Complementing our vehicles, we have a 40-foot mobile tool crib, four office and tool trailers and a wide range of flat deck and covered trailers at our disposal to securely transport equipment. This allows us to provide our services to clients located anywhere in Canada.