‘Doing it Right’ for Windows, Doors, and Roofs in Ontario Since 1956

The AM Group of Companies, proud member of the Ontario Home Builders Association, provides solutions for windows and doors, for residential and commercial roofing, for eavestroughs, soffit, fascia, and siding, and for insulation. The company proves that when you do a good job, success follows. We spoke with President and CEO Roger Haviland, to learn how the company has grown while preserving the spirit and ethics of his grandfather, Harold Pearce, who founded the company.

AM Group of Companies

Carbon Neutrality, Simplified: Diverso Energy Provides Profitable and Sustainable Geothermal Energy

Until recently, renewable energy was a losing investment for real estate developers. Now Toronto and other municipalities are enacting legislation to cut emissions, and Diverso Energy’s radical new business model guarantees renewable energy that is profitable and reduces construction costs.

Diverso Energy

The Thermal Insulation and Abatement Experts

Energy-conscious Canada is ‘going green.’ Inscan Contractors helps businesses, industries, and government save the environment by using less energy. Just a simple, practical, money-saving way to bring about a better, cleaner future for the planet.

Inscan Contractors Inc.

Building Knowledge to Build Better Homes

Since the first humans roamed the face of this planet, there has been a need for not only food, but shelter from the elements in a place of security and comfort where family gathers. However, our shelter expectations have come a long way since then. Enter building science, the study of “how heat, air, and moisture interact with a building enclosure and its occupants,” according to Building Knowledge Canada’s (BKC) Vice President and Director of Building Science Andrew Oding.

Building Knowledge Canada

Developing the Future

In a world where mainstream thinking is the norm, it’s exciting to discover a surging real estate development company where the free-thinking approach of its founders is challenging the way business is done in that market.

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Informing, Advocating, and Educating

Joe Vaccaro is a man on a mission. As Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Home Builders’ Association (OHBA) since 2013, his commitment to the housing industry is total and goes back a long way. Now his commitment includes solutions to Ontario’s growing housing crisis.

Ontario Home Builders’ Association

On the Move

PJM Mechanical Contractors, Inc. is growing. Since Construction in Focus last profiled the firm in late 2017, the company has expanded its workforce, increased its market reach, and enhanced its existing services.

PJM Mechanical Contractors, Inc.

Bringing Power to the People of Buffalo

After 84 years in the industry, Ferguson Electric is, and deserves to be, a household name in Buffalo, New York. Ferguson Electric is the complete electrical contractor, providing engineering, construction, servicing, maintenance – and quality.

Ferguson Electric

Driven by People

Mechanical contractor Myco Mechanical, Inc. offers heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), plumbing, and prefabrication services in eastern and central Pennsylvania and Maryland. The company has seen significant success in its region and continues to grow, serving a wide range of markets, including education, healthcare, government, and military.

Myco Mechanical

25 Years of Mechanical System Fabrication

Shinn Mechanical fabricates mechanical systems for the commercial and industrial markets in the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area. This consists primarily of piping, plumbing, fire protection, wastewater, fuel, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Shinn serves a variety of markets including aviation/aerospace, industrial, municipal, education, and healthcare and provides its fabrication services to other contractors in the area.

Shinn Mechanical

Tech, Tools & Trends

Good data is as central to construction work as bricks, mortar, and scaffolding. Gathering and analyzing statistics about worker hours, schedules, payroll, weather conditions, vendor costs, equipment location, fuel use and consumption, materials, safety, and other factors can mean the difference between failure and success.

May 28, 2020, 11:01 PM EDT