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.

A Commercial Contractor’s Perspective on Rimbey Alberta – Why to Build in Rimbey AB

Apple Building Systems knows that no apple falls far from the tree when it comes to the towns of Central Alberta. Red Deer and Sylvan Lake connect them all, and as the region’s commercial builder, we have deep insight into each and every town in the fold.

Our recent article featuring other lucrative towns for commercial expansion (assuming you’ve already set up shop in Sylvan Lake / Red Deer first) included Rimbey. Today, we zone in on this Blindman River valley town for those who envision commercial expansion within.

3 Reasons Your Commercial Business May Want to Expand to Rimbey Alberta


4 New Year Resolutions to Apply to Your Next Central Alberta Build

New Year Construction Alberta

A new annum is upon us and indicators show that Alberta is looking at a brighter one. As a commercial, industrial, or municipal interest planning your construction project for 2017 (and beyond) you have a lot to consider. Whatever your project (or projects) may be, you are looking at ways to do things better. In the spirit of the season, Apple Building Systems has provided a playful but no less true look at how you can apply common New Year resolutions to your next build.

How You Can Make Your Construction Project Better by Following Some Common New Year Resolutions


Why Now is the Perfect Time to Build in Central Alberta

Best Time to Build in Central Alberta

Let’s start by leaving the sugar-coating out of the recipe. Recent news has Alberta housing starts and investment at a four-year low. Single family home construction in the province has fallen to its lowest level since 2009. Office tower construction projects in Calgary have come to a halt.

This has nothing to do with you and today’s discussion.

You’re a commercial or industrial enterprise, and your considering building in Central Alberta, in spite of what’s trending in the news. You know something that the rest don’t, and we’re here to validate your inclinations.

5 Reasons Why Commercial and Industrial Businesses Are Wise to Build in Present-Day Central Alberta


How Industry Diversity is the Key to Central Alberta Construction Growth


Industry news at the beginning of summer indicated big things in Alberta construction. One of the most notable trends was (or is) found in the diversification of industries entering and operating within the province. Not that there is a changing of the guard per se, as the oil and gas sector will continue to be the driving force of Alberta economics for many decades to come. But it seems there is plenty of room to grow when it comes to other big businesses. The implications for the construction industry are becoming clear.

5 Signs That Non-Oil & Gas Entry into Central Alberta is Growing the Construction Industry


Alberta Construction Best Practices 101

Best Practices in Construction for Alberta

Every industry has its own set of best practices to serve as a guideline towards successful results for all involved. While there are general practices that apply to an industry as a whole, a truly effective guide is one that is further customized for a given region. This is especially the case for construction in Alberta. Today we take a look at the top five best practices in Alberta construction and what you need to know as a commercial, industrial, or municipal interest preparing for a build.

Top 5 Best Practices of Commercial, Industrial, and Municipal Construction in Alberta


Why to Consider Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings When Building in Central Alberta

Pre-engineered metal buildings Alberta

Pre-engineered metal buildings (PEMB) continue to be a popular choice for businesses expanding within or setting up in the Central Alberta area. What exactly is a pre-engineered metal building? Traditionally, a PEMB (also known as a pre-engineered steel building) is one that is expertly fabricated using an assemblage of durable I-beams that are bolted together to form an entire frame, resulting in a build that is suitable for a wide variety of design and functional requirements. While framing varies in more modern construction, the process and end-result is the same – one of the most efficient and accommodating structures around. Read further to find out why PEMBs may be the perfect choice for your build in Central Alberta.

5 Reasons to Choose a Pre-Engineered Metal Building for Your Central Alberta Build


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