Toronto – Buildings & Civil Construction

Toronto's corporate brochure.​

Welcome to PCL Toronto, the largest district office in the PCL family of construction companies and the vibrant home to a highly talented group of experienced construction professionals unmatched in their commitment to excellence.
Walk through PCL Toronto’s doors and you will find a dynamic organization comprised of integrated business units and service groups created to meet a full spectrum of needs from a $50,000 bank machine install; to a $500,000 interior fit-out, heritage renovation, or retrofit; to multi-million dollar hospitals and mixed-use developments in the residential, commercial and entertainment sectors; to multi-billion dollar infrastructure projects including tunnels, transitways, solar and wind farms; and everything in between.
To explore the solutions offered to clients through Toronto district's integrated business units and visionary leadership in more detail, take a look at Toronto's corporate brochure (right).
Small or large, interior or exterior, above ground or below, old or new … if you can imagine it, PCL Toronto can build it!




PCL Constructors Canada Inc.

Toronto - Buildings & Civil Construction 2201 Bristol Circle, Suite 500 Oakville, ON L6H 0J8 Canada 905-276-7600
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