Find resources related to constructing, maintaining, and demolishing buildings and other structures, including heavy construction and civil engineering (e.g. roads, power plants, and pipelines). Architects, janitorial/housekeeping services, handyman services, and site preparation services are also included. This category does not include sites for home improvements such as window replacement or swimming pool installations. These are listed in Business and Economy/Home and Garden.

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Basin Contracting/Gallant Aggregates
Road construction, paving, stone, gravel and aggregate deliveries. Offers information on locations, products, services, projects and business offices.
Construction Association of Nova Scotia
Works to build capacity, integrity and skill in the industry. Lists mission, members, members only entrance, book store, contact details and site map.
Consulting Engineers of Nova Scotia
The professional body of engineering and related services. Offers an overview, rationale for hiring engineers, list of members and contact details.
Floors Plus
Flooring and countertop design and installation. Offers list of products, history, project gallery and testimonials.
Merit Contractors Association of Nova Scotia
Works to provide safe equitable working conditions while lobbying to insure non-union access to construction sites in the province. Discusses the organization, members, newsletter and contact details.
Nova Scotia Construction Safety Association
Provides safety training, loss control audit services and other safety interventions to the province's construction industry. Lists training, audits, services, certificates and resources.
Nova Scotia Home Builders' Association
Builders, renovators, developers and other industry professionals. Gives background and information, member list, consumer tips, events and code of ethics.
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