Our focus is on providing comprehensive services and construction expertise to complete the job efficiently and effectively. For the past five decades, CPI has worked in remote locations, with First Nations communities, in rural neighborhoods and large urban centres. By working as a team and creating opportunities for collaboration, we ensure a successful outcome for every project. Visit our Services page for more information.
CanadianConstructionProfessionalsBuilding Trust Since 1969
Who We Are
We have been building in Canada Since 1969
From community centres to modern industrial facilities, from high Arctic facilities to modular construction, from office renovations to new healthcare facilities, we specialize in creating strong relationships, lasting value and positive impact for the people and communities we build for.Get to know us.
What We Do
Why We Stand Out
Our ability to develop long-lasting relationships with clients is unmatched. We take pride in the number of clients who choose to work with us again and again.
We take on any challenge, anywhere.
We have a track record of successful construction projects in the most demanding of environments. No matter how remote or what conditions, our team gets the job done.
Our experience shows businesses, governments and communities can add real value to their projects by working together in partnership and collaboration.
Strength of History.
Since 1969, we have provided commercial, industrial and institutional construction services across Canada. We deliver lasting value that enables people and communities to live, work, move and grow.
50+ Years Ago
Ray of Hope Medical Clinic
Through a collaborative design-build process, CPI built a modern medical clinic for up to eight physicians with an attached pharmacy. A specialized medical HVAC distribution system was incorporated into the design for the clinic, which was constructed as part of a larger building with space for three additional tenants.
Norway House First Nation Modular RCMP Detachment
Norway House First Nation, Manitoba
This new modular detachment provided the communities of Norway House and Kinosao Sipi Cree Nation an opportunity to be involved in both the design and construction of the new facility. The walls of the lobby include artwork depicting the seven sacred teachings, which are a symbol of collaboration between the Indigenous community and also serve as a reminder for how the RCMP want to lead and serve the community.
College Jeanne Sauvé Retrofit and Addition
A re-imagining of an open student commons area to promote student gathering, the College Jeanne Sauvé Commons Retrofit & Foyer Addition was a step towards modernizing the existing building. It included a new student common space with expanded cafeteria, new entryway and foyer, remodelling of the general office and Performing Arts classroom and the addition of a new student services area. The school remained fully operational during construction with students and staff on site.
Cornish Library Heritage Renovation
The Cornish Library is a heritage building located in downtown Winnipeg. Built in 1915, it is a Grade II listed building and a Winnipeg Landmark Heritage Structure. To make the library more accessible for today’s users, CPI completed extensive interior additions and renovations within the existing space, the removal of asbestos and the repair of ventilation ducts. Heritage approval had to be given when proceeding with demolition and working with or providing new woodwork.
East Elmwood Community Centre
Certified LEED Gold, the new EECC includes a 5,000-square-foot fitness centre with regulation-sized gymnasium, dressing rooms, multi-purpose rooms and full-service kitchen. It features many environmentally friendly initiatives including low-flow plumbing, high-efficiency heating and cooling systems and parking spaces for 21 bicycles.
Southeast Collegiate and Student Lodge
Southeast Collegiate is a unique and meaningful ground-up build in the heart of Winnipeg, providing students with a beautiful school facility and on-campus housing in an adjoining lodge for Indigenous youth relocating from their home communities. The success of this high-profile project was significant to the Indigenous community and public and private stakeholders.
New Notre Dame Healthcare Centre
Notre Dame de Lourdes, Manitoba
The Centre de Santé Notre Dame Health Centre (NDHC) is LEED Silver and was Phase 2 of the community’s vision to create a medical campus. It provides clients and community members with health services on-site and improves access to services in the growing community.