Projects On The Go!

  • Municipal Public Works Building 6000 sq.ft.

  • Laying Barn- New Construction 12,000+ sq. ft.

  • Office Complex – New Construction 9,000 sq. ft.

  • Oilfield Service Building / Completely Renovated – 13,000 sq. ft.

  • Lease Building – 5,000 sq.ft.

  • Second Story Addition & Major Renovation – 16,000 sq. ft.

Why Eckville May Be Another Alberta Town to Consider Commercial Construction In

Eckville Commercial Builders

The rise of commercial construction starts in Alberta appears to be sustainable one. The commercial (and complementary industrial) industry forecasts for the year ahead are positive according to economists. So here you are, a commercial enterprise in Sylvan Lake and/or Red Deer (models of success), looking at future expansion. It’s a nice position to be in given the recent past of the province, but here we all are on the cusp of our economic return and your concern now, is where to begin.

As we run down our list of other Central Alberta towns to build your business in, we have reached the quaint incorporated town of 1,125 residents, Eckville Alberta. Let’s find out why you may want to put a pin in this town as you expand your commercial business on the map of Central Alberta.

3 Reasons Why Eckville Alberta is Worth Consideration for Your Central Alberta Commercial Business Expansion


Central Alberta Construction News Updates – Commercial and Industrial Forecasts February 2017

Alberta Construction News Updates

We’re two months into the new year and it’s been an interesting one already. Talk about pipelines, politics, and building permits are abound. Commercial and industrial enterprises are trying to make sense of it all. While news can always be taken with a grain of salt, there are some indicators being reported around the province that provide some positive insight into what will lay ahead for the commercial and industrial sectors, with our central hub (Sylvan Lake, Red Deer, etc.) taking notice. Are you thinking about building in the year ahead? The following items show that your prospects may be looking up.

3 Alberta News Updates that Show Promise for Commercial and Industrial Construction in 2017 (and Beyond)


Why You Need Construction Project Management for Your Build – The 3 C’s

Construction Project Management in Central Alberta

By basic definition, construction project management (CPM or CPMA) includes the overall planning, coordination, and supervisory (over labour and subcontractors) control of a build from start to finish. The methodology intends to produce a functionally and financially viable project that meets a client’s explicit needs within a set timeline.

CPM companies exist for the key sectors in construction – residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal. For the sake of Central Alberta interests invested in building in the province, this article applies to the latter three. You can learn more about construction project management in general here, or read further ahead to find out why you need a local CPM firm for your next Central Alberta build.

The 3 C’s of Why You Should Bring on a Construction Project Management Company for Your Central Alberta Build


What is Construction Risk Management in Alberta?

What is Construction Risk Management in Central Alberta

Risk management in construction is a comprehensive and systematic methodology of identifying, analyzing and responding to risks to achieve construction project objectives. Effective risk management, no matter where a project is to take place, understands the geography, landscape, labour, mandates (of the client), municipality, and all other nuances unique to a region.

Today we take a look at the concept of construction risk management as it applies to your Alberta construction project/s.

4 Construction Risk Management Considerations for Your Alberta Build


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