The Pentacon Group, a full-service interior construction management firm, serves the Greater Toronto Area commercial sector from its Vaughan, Ontario headquarters. The group possesses a broad spectrum of in-house skills, allowing it to offer an ever-growing range of construction and project management services, depending on the client’s needs.
Baytree Landscape ContractorsDelivering the Best with Knowledge, Commitment and Vision
Baytree Landscape Contractors, founded in 2014, is a full-service landscape maintenance and construction company with a complete focus on commercial projects. The company’s capabilities are extensive and include landscape installation and maintenance, irrigation, hardscapes, and floriculture.
KAEFER Canada Inc.Building Partnerships for Over a Century
KAEFER Canada Inc. has been in the Canadian marketplace for 66 years. During this time, it has evolved to become a leading figure in the nation’s scaffolding and insulating industries.
MRG Construction ManagementBuilding Brighter Futures
As markets become more demanding, bespoke services are evolving into specialized niche offerings that often didn’t exist a decade ago. Take what could easily be thought of as boutique construction, for instance. MRG Construction Management, Inc. is a general contractor and construction manager that prides itself on delivering a niche contracting service that is so owner-focused that one cannot help but refer to it as just that.
AUCH ConstructionA Legacy of Service
One can tell a lot about the amount of vision a company’s management team has by looking at its website. After 111 years in the industry, construction management has become AUCH Construction’s largest area of project delivery – and its web presence backs that up. So do its core values of integrity and hard work.
HueskerWhere Innovation Comes Standard
Huesker is a worldwide company that prioritizes innovation as a means of growth. Huesker Inc. – the first of many Huesker subsidiaries – has been in operation since 1991. “We provide solutions and products for applications with geosynthetic materials, geogrids, geotextiles, membranes, and other materials that would fit into the geosynthetic category,” says Chief Executive Officer Sven Schroer.
Bon Tool CompanyA Global Leader for Good Reason
Bon Tool Company is a third-generation family business founded in 1958 and a global leader in manufacturing quality trowel tools for professionals in the construction industry. Formerly known as Masonry Specialty Company, Bon Tool was renamed in 1987 to better represent the wide selection of tools made for multiple construction trades. Bon operates two facilities in Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, has a distribution center in Henderson, Nevada, and another smaller distribution facility in Chennai, India.
New England Concrete Manufacturers Association (NECMA)Promoting the Benefits of a Superior Material
The New England Concrete Manufacturers Association (NECMA) was incorporated in 1966 as the New England Concrete Masonry Association and is based in Massachusetts. For over fifty years, NECMA has been promoting the value of concrete structural systems for their strength, durability, value, energy efficiency, low maintenance, water resistance, and ability to be formed into various shapes and sizes.
Ontario Cutting & Coring LimitedTaking on Challenging Projects with a Personal Touch
Ontario Cutting & Coring Limited (OCC) is a progressive, innovative, Mississauga, Ontario-based leader in the field of concrete cutting. Its trusted team of talented contractors specializes in concrete cutting as well as wall, slab and wire sawing, scanning and imaging, curb cutting, and core drilling.
Bridge Building, Past and FutureSpanning the Gap
Every day, many of us walk, bike, or drive over bridges or skyways without paying a second thought to their importance in connecting us across roads and highways, rivers, lakes, mountains, or from one building to another. From wooden bridges in parks and forests to massive, magnificent structures like the recently-completed Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge, they are vital to our everyday lives.
United Material ManagementOne-Stop Recycling
United Material Management (UMM) of Millbury, Massachusetts, founded in 2018, is a privately owned waste management company with a focus on efficient material management solutions. The company provides construction and demolition (C&D) recycling facilities, roll-off and frontload dumpsters for businesses or homes, tractor and trailer services for construction sites and residential curbside trash and recycling, owns rail-serviced transfer stations.
The Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA)Boosting Member Benefits while Spreading the Recycling Message
The Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA) occupies a unique niche. “We’re the only advocacy group for the construction and demolition recycling marketplace in the United States. We are a group that is furthering our industry,” states Troy Lautenbach, President of the CDRA.
DiGreen HomesOffering Something Extra to the Home Buyer
DiGreen Homes is a Markham, Ontario-based builder that specializes in high-end residential homes in the Toronto area. Construction in Focus last featured the family-owned company in the November 2017 piece “How This New Builder Is Striving to Be Green,” where we discussed the now six-year-old business’ dedication to creating only a small number of high-end, eco-friendly communities every year.
CTS Flooring GroupSmart and Sustainable Flooring Solutions
Project management and logistics company CTS Flooring Group serves the flooring industry and focuses primarily on customers with multiple locations. The company manages all aspects of flooring projects from procurement, installation and repairs to floor maintenance, coatings, polishing, and moisture mitigation.
GVW General ContractorStanding the Test of Time
Starting as a restorer in 1986, Massachusetts-based GVW General Contractor, Inc. has grown into a multi-million-dollar general contractor and real estate empire in a relatively short time. Its main business traditionally has been in public sector construction, but the company is slowly incorporating private sector construction into its ever-growing portfolio, and its capabilities and diversification have earned it Boston’s attention – and rightly so.
Blakeslee Arpaia ChapmanBuilding for the Future with Clear Principles in Mind
Blakeslee Arpaia Chapman Incorporated is Connecticut’s only construction firm that is also a licensed engineering firm. BAC serves as a unionized contractor and subcontractor, providing a range of engineered construction expertise in such areas as bridges, dams, foundations, highways, millwrighting, and marine construction and rigging.
Campbell & CompanyBuilt to Last, Bought for Life
The level of convenience we enjoy in the twenty-first century is something of which previous generations could hardly have dreamed. To enjoy warm or cool air or water at the push of a button is a luxury we take for granted, and our ancestors could not imagine…
Eastern Construction CompanyTaking on the Tough Projects
Since 1951, Eastern Construction Company has earned a reputation in the field for never shying away from the tougher projects. Bryan Arnold, President and CEO at Eastern Construction, has built a career at the company, working his way up over 41 years. In January of this year, he was appointed as the new CEO. He was moved to stay with the company for so long due to its positive values.
Manafort BrothersAdaptation Over Four Generations
The landscape for business ventures and the construction industry as a whole a century ago is incomparable to the industry and marketplace of today and often, companies that have existed for this long bear little resemblance to the one that was founded all those years ago. For Manafort Brothers, this is only half the story.
American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA)Driving the Concrete Pavement Industry Forward
In the realm of surface transportation construction, the decision about which type of pavement material is used for highways, roads, airports and other facilities comes down to either concrete or asphalt pavement materials. Pavement surface type may be binary, but the choice is based on many subset decisions around many factors. Those factors may include initial cost, ownership or life-cycle cost, maintenance of traffic, network asset management, sustainability, and other considerations that tip the balance for the pavement type.
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