We organize, schedule, and mobilize equipment, materials, and personnel to manage construction projects and material supply. Our legacy is the schools, burn units, energy efficiency renovations, modular/packaged builds, and homes that were built while using as much local talent as possible. High quality construction in northern and first nation communities requires a high level of experience and communication. We have developed our team and process over the last 8 years to work seamlessly with governments and businesses in remote locations, and dynamic job sites. CTI specializes in project management and unique building packages
tailored for performance in the north.
Your construction project is more than just bricks and concrete, it is the image and structure of our community. Working directly with 1800 manufacturers, we expedite access to a massive and competitive selection of building materials. Our commitment is working hand-in-hand with Owners, Architects, Engineers, Sub-Trades, and Government to fasten ideas into reality. We connect unique build projects like RTMs, and Home Packages
with northern construction knowledge and professionals. This approach is an in-depth construction documentation and cost verification process that ensures quality control. We keep you informed on the progress of your project on a weekly basis. Coordinated site and safety meetings with project managers and site personnel are orchestrated to maintain daily records of every aspect of your project. Paper work is digitized and PDF copies are sent out to all involved parties. Let us prove that this is the best way to manage any construction site, large or small. We have a strong, result focused team that understands performance, timeframes and accountability.
Success is the result of dedication and communication. We enable professionals to focus on the end results while we drive them there. Our field management team utilizes experience and technology to execute high quality projects with support from our squad in Saskatoon. CTI is a diverse team of local experts coming together to build communities. Daily communication is channelled through project specific threads, so our entire company is utilized to execute detail oriented and responsive operations.
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Bob Behari - President & CEO
Leading growth and business across First Nation communities for over 30 years, Bob is an accomplished member of the CTI team. Teaming up with Tim over 8 years ago, he enforces strong business practices and leadership within CTI.
Tim Braitenbach - V.P. New Business and Coffee Maker
Tim's dedication towards construction on First Nation lands spans over 15 years. Tim implements and organizes Castle & TruServ (major construction, hardware supply and distributors) with CTI. He is directly involved in New Business and Business implementation throughout Canadian Trade International. Tim has planned & coordinated material, housing and commercial buildings (built on site RTM's, modular) in many First Nation communities.
Jody John - Project Manager/Superintendent
Jody has been with CTI for the past 6 years and in the construction industry for a lifetime. He is extremely knowledgeable, coordinated and focus driven in his trade work with sub-contractors and clients. His certifications range from safety to inspections. Jody has worked with First Nation communities throughout his career, bringing a wealth of experience and capabilities to the company. We just wish he would share more jerky and bannock with the home office.
Abdul Meerwali - General Manger (Diploma in Architecture)
Abdul has been working in the construction industry for over 15 years. He started his carrier in Toronto after obtaining a diploma of architecture from the University of Ryerson. Abdul works on numerous projects ranging from 5,000.00 to multi- million dollar contracts. His steadfast vision and coordinated efforts says volumes on each project. Great guy to work with and he makes the best sandwiches ever. In 2011, he relocated to Saskatoon with his family and they are so happy.
Megan Lu - Construction Project Coordinator (Master in Engineering)
Megan has multiple engineering work experiences as a Research Assistant for the U of S and as a City of Saskatoon Project Co-ordinator. Excellent organizational skills make Megan a reliable team player. Megan obtained her Masters of Engineering locally, from the University of Saskatchewan. Her vigorous approach to detail demonstrates her passion for success. As a green tea drinker she restricts the office from overdoing the coffee to keep CTI calm and collected.
Snehamoy Das - Accountant (B.Comm)
Just call him Das. Das has been involved with the construction industry for the past 3 yrs. Das is great at keeping track of paper work, recording project costs, generating reports, expense allocation, reconciliation, and bookkeeping all while keeping an eye on everything. He is a constant controller maintaining an efficiency that few achieve.
- Buffalo River Dene Cree: Church, Housing, Insurance Claims & Material Supply
- Clearwater Dene: Material Supply
- Peter Ballantyne First Nation: School, Housing, Reno's & Material Supply
- Red Pheasant: Reno's & Material Supply
- Piapot First Nation : Elders Lodge
- Paul Band First Nation: Reno's & Material Supply
- Salteaux Cree First Nation: Housing, Insurance claims & Material Supply
- Kehewin First Nation: Reno's, Burn Units, Insurance claims & Material Supply
- Onion Lake: School, New Housing & Material Supply, Energy Efficiency Renovations (boiler system)
- Frog Lake First Nation: Reno's
- Saskatoon & Surrounding area: New Single and Multi-Family Housing
- 117,140 sq. ft. of Reno & New Builds constructed