Boreal Construction has been building homes for First Nation since 1998 and has been partnering with Guildcrest  Modular Homes since 2000 to complete successfully sixteen First Nation housing projects totalling 120 units. In doing so we have become a dependable and affortable way of building housing projects that meet budget and schedule. We have always been able to team up with local business and local workers to maximises the effects on local economy while still being able to meet budgets and schedules.

We have been involved in developing, designing and building a 15 unit senior Home appartment building using SIP panels and a Geo-Slab foundation. Since 2008 we have been succesful in building close to 50 homes in Attawapiskat a remote community on the James Bay coast bringing in materiel by train, trucks on winter roads and barges in the summer. We have build many traditional stick frame house when was requested.

All of these units totaling over 175 were completed by using two to three employees from Boreal and the rest of the workforce were always from the local communities and we were always in respect with the local customs and policies.

 

First Nation Project completed by Boreal Construction since 1998

  • Housing Projects
  • 1998    10 Houses CLFN (Constance Lake First Nation)
  • 1999    12 Houses CLFN
  • 2000    10 Houses CLFN
  • 2001    11 Houses CLFN
  • 2002    12 Houses CLFN
  • 2002    15 Units Senior Complex CLFN
  • 2004    10 Houses CLFN
  • 2005    7 Houses &4 -plex CLFN
  • 2006    15 Houses &4 -plex CLFN
  • 2007    3 Houses Neskantaga FN
  • 2007    6 Plex two storey CLFN
  • 2008    12 Houses Attawapiskat FN
  • 2009    5 Houses Attawapiskat FN
  • 2011    9 Houses Attawapiskat FN
  • 2011    Rebuilt 2 Houses for Ace Insurance Attawapiskat
  • 2014    8 Units in Attawapiskat (4 duplexes)
  • 2015    13 Units in Attawapiskat (5 duplexes and 3 single)