Quesnel Construction Inc.

Quesnel Construction was established in Ottawa, in 1997 where we focused the majority of our time on Medical Centers and… Read More →
Quesnel Construction Inc.

About Us

Quesnel Construction was established in Ottawa, in 1997 where we focused the majority of our time on Medical Centers and various projects within the Federal Government. In 2007, we traveled to British Columbia and had the opportunity to be involved in the re-branding of a Best Western into a Sheraton, updated 158 bathrooms at the Holiday Inn Whistler Village Centre, refurbished both a fitness center and a Concierge lounge at the Marriott in Richmond as well as several other small projects, all in preparation for the 2010 Olympics. During the winter of 2010, we returned to Ottawa and renovated 480 bathrooms at the Ottawa Marriott hotel successfully within the three month deadline. We have been local to Barrie and area since 2012, during which time we have worked with two local hotels. These jobs included the exterior painting and stucco repair of a 67 room hotel, Replaced the roof on a four story hotel, Completed a commercial/industrial LED high-efficiency lighting package and the addition of approximately 200 linear feet of fencing, to name a few. We have a solid reputation for quality workmanship, dependability and cost effectiveness. We offer clean, reliable and efficient service to our clients each and every time.
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