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.

Thinking About Opening a Retail Store in Alberta?

So you’re thinking about opening a retail business in Alberta. Not an online shop mind you, but a real brick and mortar, a place where the bell chimes when customers walk through the door. You know, all that good stuff. For one – good for you! But for all of the opportunity that can come from such an exciting endeavor, there are definitely some risks, which is why you need to consider a few key things before you get started. As one of Central Alberta’s more reputable commercial builders, we certainly have some insight on the matter, and we’re happy to answer the questions you’re (or should be) asking below.

4 Questions to Consider Before Opening a Brick and Mortar Shop in Alberta


Renovation vs New Construction – What Commercial Businesses Need to Consider

Renovation vs New Commercial Construction Alberta

As a commercial enterprise seeking to take advantage of the new economic growth in Central Alberta, you’re either ready to renovate for expansion or break ground on a new building. This is no easy decision, as while the latter requires more capital expenditure, it can also lead to significant financial gain in the long run. In order to help move your decision making process along, we have provided some key considerations that come into play.

6 Things Your Commercial Business Needs to Consider When Deciding Between Renovation and New Construction


3 Industries Driving Demand for Commercial Space in Central Alberta in 2018-19

Commercial Builders in Alberta

The talk of the town all around the province has been in regards to our economic recovery in 2018 and beyond. At the start of the year, we reported on some key indicators that showed we are indeed on track, especially in regards to the commercial sector. This is a great sign because as we all know, economic diversity is the key to making our comeback a sustainable one. With commercial enterprises from all around the country and continent showing renewed interest in setting up shop in Alberta, a few industries within the commercial bubble are really standing out, and driving the demand for construction. If you identify with any of the below, and you’re considering expanding your brand in Central Alberta, you could not have picked a better time to do so.

Three Commercial Segments That Are About to Boom in Central Alberta


3 Signs Commercial Construction Will Grow in Central Alberta for 2018

Central Alberta Commercial Construction Growth 2018

2017 was a rebound year for commercial construction in Central Alberta. The post-recession pattern is positive, and more importantly, it’s proving to be a sustainable one. So here we are at the onset of 2018, and your commercial enterprise is considering entering, or expanding within, the region. You’ll be happy to know that you’re picking a great time to break ground, as those that get in early (post-recession) reap the benefits of commercial lot availability, lower labour costs, and an expedited building permit process. To further fuel your ambition to capitalize on Central Alberta’s return to boomtown status, we have detailed the key signs that you are indeed making a wise decision to grow your commercial brand along with the province.

Three Indicators that Prove Now is the Time for Your Commercial Business to Build in Central Alberta in 2018


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


How to Get LEED Certification in Alberta – Commercial and Industrial Buildings

LEED Rating for Commercial and Industrial Businesses

With eco-friendly construction completing the list of Alberta construction market trends in 2016 it’s no wonder commercial and industrial businesses are becoming more curious about LEED certification. The benefits of a positive LEED rating include (but are not exclusive to) energy conservation, enhanced tenant and/or employee satisfaction, and positive public relations.

For the purposes of commercial/industrial businesses embarking on an exciting new build, we have provided information on LEED certification as it applies to new construction projects (vs commercial interiors, etc.). Read further to learn more about how to receive a positive LEED rating for your new build in Alberta.

What Your Commercial/Industrial Business Needs to Know About Getting LEED Certified in Central Alberta


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