Residential construction is a process that involves the expansion, renovation, or construction of a new home or spaces intended to be occupied for residential purposes. Residential construction can be a complex process, with a lot of phases and stakeholders involved.

Residential construction is all about creating homes or spaces intended for people to live in. This can be anything from rental spaces, condominiums, multi-million dollar mansions, to single-family housing projects.

Residential Industries


Industrial construction refers to the development, renovation, or ground-up construction of structures that are meant for businesses that deal with the manufacture of goods. Sometimes, the construction project will also include the design, installation, or maintenance of mechanical and structural components located within the space.

These types of projects have very strict rules and guidelines. For example, they typically have to go through occupancy requirements and permitting according to legal regulations. Commercial construction projects have to do this, too, but it is usually stricter for industrial construction projects. Some examples of industrial construction buildings and commercial buildings include manufacturing facilities, factories or distribution centres.

Industrial Industries


An Institutional building simply refers to any structure that fulfills a role related to healthcare, education, recreation, or public works. Construction services teams that specialize in this type of work build everything from hospitals and elementary schools to athletic facilities and university buildings. In other words, institutional construction encompasses many of the buildings that matter most in the community.

Institutional Industries


Commercial construction creates buildings that house businesses that operate to make a profit. These buildings are for commercial activities, including selling goods, arranging consultations, providing services, and performing other business processes. Examples of commercial buildings are supermarkets, banks, office buildings, stores, boutiques, spas, game centres, and hotels.

Commercial Industries


Fabrication is the process of constructing products by combining typically standardized parts using one or more individual processes. For example, steel fabrication is the production of piping systems using a range of processes such as cutting, bending and assembling. Metal fabrication will often form a complete assembly made from smaller sub-assemblies for use with readily available standard sections. This is achieved with computer-aided designs (CAD) that are often programmed using computer numerical control (CNC) technology which communicates directly with machinery on the factory floor. By using these technologies, the quality standards of production are increased and higher quality assemblies are produced.

Fabrication Industries

Pipeline Distribution

Distribution pipelines are small lines that represent the final link in the chain of oil and gas development. They move petroleum and gas products from final transportation points along large transmission pipelines to homes, businesses, and industrial facilities.

Construction includes: weld the pipe pieces together (every weld is inspected using X-ray or ultrasound); lower the welded pipe into place in the trench; install valves and fittings, including remote sensors to monitor pipeline pressure, flow rate and temperature.

Pipeline Distribution Industries