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General Contracting

General Contractors are responsible for providing all of the sub trades, building materials, labour, equipment and services necessary for a construction project.

PLAN

DESIGN

BUILD

Buildings are our business we are constantly improving our processes and expertise. Our customers come from many industries and our past projects introduce other industries, with thinking outside the box ideas. With our experience our customers get the full package for each and every project.

Project management starts well before ground has been broken on site. Our team works with the owner, governing bodies, project engineers / architects to bring the owners needs/wants from concept to completion while maintaining the balance between economics and aesthetics

The construction process can be quite overwhelming from the outside looking in, and getting through the red tape and dealing with the different governing bodies can seem like an uphill challenge that sometimes seems impossible. That is why you leave this process to the people that have the expertise. Please see below for process steps for each project

    • MDS (Minimum distance separation) Calculations
    • Nutrient Management Plan or Strategy
    • Conservation Authority Approval
    • Geotechnical and Soil reports
    • Site plan/ zoning requirements and complete site plan approval
    • Engineered Drawings for (Foundation, Structural, Mechanical, Ventilation)
    • Commitment to review by BCIN or engineer
    • Building Permit (demolition, building, septic system etc)
    • Geotechnical and Soil reports
    • Site plan/ zoning requirements and complete site plan approval
    • Storm water management and drainage plans
    • Engineered Drawings for (Foundation, Structural, Electrical, Mechanical, Ventilation)
    • Heat loss calculations
    • Commitment to review by BCIN or engineer
    • Building Permit (demolition, building, septic system etc)
    • Firewall and fire separation requirements
    • Emergency exit plan, egress, and lighting design
    • Notice of project
    • WSIB insurance
    • Builders Risk Insurance
    • General liability insurance
    • Comprehensive H&S policy for everyone on site
    • Signed contracts with all sub-contractors on site along with verification of insurance of sub-trades
    • Form 1000 for all sub trades current and maintained
    • City and engineering inspections and reporting