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How long has Leeswood been in operation and who are the principals?

The original partners started Leeswood over 20 years ago. In 2009 the company was sold to the current owners, Michael Clark, Pat Spanjers and Brad Woodbine. (For the full story see The Leeswood Story. )

What are your market areas?

Industrial, Commercial, Retail, Design Build and General Contracting

What are your areas of expertise?

  • Office
  • Warehousing and Distribution
  • Production (including heavy industry facilities)
  • Food and process facilities
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Rail Facilities
  • Refrigerated Warehousing
  • Chemical processing and filling operations
  • Long term care facilities
  • Automotive manufacturing and parts facilities
  • Call centres
  • Data centres
  • Corporate interiors
  • Multiple tenant buildings
  • Retail

Are you bondable and insured?

Yes, bondable to $25,000,000 plus, and insured to $10,000,000.

What are your health and safety policies?

We take Health and Safety very seriously. We have gone above and beyond to ensure that all of our on-site staff is current with mandatory training in accordance with the Health and Safety Act and WSIB. Many of our site staff are also trained and up to date in areas such as Fall Protection, Propane in Construction, WHMIS, Aerial Lift and Elevator Platforms, Traffic Control and First Aid. (To review our complete Health and Safety Policy, please contact of our office.)

Do you have a Corporate Sustainability Policy?

Leeswood recognized the negative impact businesses can have on the environment. We are committed to doing our part in finding ways to reduce the carbon footprint in our office and our construction sites alike.

Our Vision: A sense of pride in knowing we did our part to try to leave this world for the next generation in a better state than we found it.

View Sustainability Policy

What areas of Canada do you work?

Currently we are province wide (Ontario) and will do projects in Western Canada and the Maritimes.