Canada’s Top Contractors: Congratulations to all who made the 2023 list!
On-Site’s Top Contractors in Canada report is dedicated to determining the leading Canadian construction general contractors, ranked by revenue. It is an invaluable tool based on direct research of the companies involved and is used throughout the industry to research and source leading contractors.
Forty (40) companies make the Top Contractors list; an additional five (5) earn recognition as the biggest with under 50 employees; and all qualifying general contractors receive a company listing identifying their scope of work to help owners and developers looking for general contractors with the proper expertise to take on their next big project.
The information-gathering survey of the industry has wrapped up for the year and the 2023 edition of this valuable industry document has been published in the June edition of On-Site magazine. To check the section in digital format, scroll and click below.
Thank you to everyone who participated this year. We look forward to your participation when next year’s survey opens in April of 2024.
Canada’s Top Contractors – June 2023
Although Canada’s construction industry seems to be destined to be hit by wave after wave of challenges, its resilience showed few cracks as revenues were on the rise in 2022, as can be seen in this year’s Top Contractors list.
Despite inflationary pressures being added to the obstacles to navigate – a list that last year included supply chain tightness, labour concerns, the lingering impacts of the pandemic, and heightened inflation – revenues held steady or were on the rise at the vast majority of companies that took part in our annual voluntary survey of the industry. And the industry added a few more companies to the billion-dollar club in our list of the Top 40 by revenue as well.
Against an economic backdrop that saw inflation hit a 39-year high of 8.1 per cent in June of 2022, every single segment of Canada’s construction industry included in the On-Site survey had more companies reporting gains than declines in 2022.
Looking ahead, a report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) listed infrastructure as driving the wider construction sector in Canada, and survey respondents were overwhelmingly optimistic about prospects for 2023, especially in non-residential sectors, so it will be interesting to see if the momentum can be maintained as the year progresses, and what our 2024 report will look like.
In the meantime, the team at On-Site would like to thank all of the companies that took the time to participate in our annual survey. Your valuable contributions make this research possible and allow us to share trends and insights with our industry.
Canada’s 2023 Top Contractors Report:
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