Concosts Group Since 1968
The Concosts Group of Companies was first incorporated in 1968 and stands to be one of the oldest construction management and consulting companies involved in the development market in many parts of North America. To date, Concosts has constructed 76 projects valued in excess of $1.75 billion and has provided cost consulting expertise on projects valued at over $160 billion. Concosts has also managed and consulted on over 3000 projects throughout Western Canada, using experienced professional teams who deliver high quality projects that benefit the community, the developer, and most importantly, the end users we serve.
Concosts personnel are Canadian-trained professionals who have been actively involved in real estate development since 1968. Our combined experience puts us among the top developers, construction managers and contractors currently active in the Western market, with 19 projects currently underway. Concosts experience includes the management of complex wood, masonry, steel and concrete projects. To date, we have constructed projects such as hospitals, recreational centers, student residences, schools, shopping centres, casinos, parking structures, banks, restaurants, and over 4,500 multi-family residential units.
Our team includes management professionals and experienced on site supervisors supported by administrative personnel who have an excellent understanding and knowledge of construction and project management practices. Most of our personnel have one or more professional designations related to construction and development which include Professional Quantity Surveyors and Chartered Surveyors.
The Concosts Group can also provide you with a comprehensive range of quantity surveying services such as total cost management, litigation support and project monitoring. Since inception, Concosts has earned the respect of developers, lenders, lawyers, insurers, contractors, architects and engineers. We are flexible, and can accommodate your in-house cost systems and specific project requirements.