Pegah Construction Ltd.
general contracting and project management firm in southern Ontario
Established in 1988, Pegah Construction Ltd. is a general contracting and project management firm with years of experience in the Commercial, Industrial, Residential, Transportation, Recreational, Retail and Historical Building sectors.
Pegah Construction Ltd. has long recognized the opportunities of the Design-Build process and, through targeted business planning, has been involved in a large number of projects delivered through the Design/Build, Design/Build/Finance/Operate, Design/Build/Maintain mechanisms. Our business strategy has been to accrue experience working both as the Owner's Consultant/Agent and also as the Design/Builder's Consultant.
Pegah Construction Ltd. will:
Be responsible for the site and will be "the Constructor" for the project.
Prepare a detailed schedule for all trades involved and review that with you and your design team.
Maintain and promote safety through enforcing Pegah's and local authorities' safety policies.
Manage the project; review work of trades, coordinate shop drawings, arrange meetings and prepare minutes of the meetings.
Health & Safety
At Pegah Construction Ltd., Safety is our number one priority. Pegah Construction Ltd. believes that delivering quality construction with safety is an attainable goal. The key to success lies in the willingness of every individual in our organization to recognize their responsibility and actively support and participate in accident and incident prevention activities.
Chris Kubbinga, Thomas Brown Architects
Davinder Chadha, City of Brampton
Patti Riddell, Yonge Hearts Child Care Centre
We have no hesitation in recommending Pegah Construction Ltd. as a professional and reliable contractor. We would be very pleased to work with them again.
Pegah’s commitment to complete projects in a timely and professional manner is commendable.
Throughout the construction, Ali Mohtashami and Brian Soltan were always available to answer any questions, always explaining in “layman’s terms”.