ABOUT ALVA CONSTRUCTION

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Our Commitment To Excellence

Alva Construction Ltd. is a professional and non-unionized leader in heavy civil construction in Nova Scotia. Located in Antigonish, Alva employs over 100 employees in full time and seasonal capacities. Alva specializes in a broad scope of available services including Earth Works, Structures, Cast In-Place Concrete, Marine Structures, Land Based Dredging, Floating Barge Marine Work, Pile Driving, Gravel Crushing, Pipe Work and Mine Development. We perform our own topographical and quantity surveys from initial concept to final job completion. Family owned and operated for over 25 years Alva is committed to providing quality services and superior results.

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Our Commitment To Safety

Alva Construction Limited is committed to a strong safety program that protects its staff, its property and the public from incident. We are proud of the culture of safety that we have created and we are proactive in advocating a safe and healthy work environment that emphasizes continuous improvement.

  • Member of Engineers Nova Scotia

  • Member of Mining Association of Nova Scotia
  • Member of Road Builders Association of Nova Scotia

  • Member of the Construction Association of Nova Scotia

  • Registered with Construction Safety Nova Scotia

Professional Affiliations

We are members of all the major associations related to the work we do. Continual improvement is a big part of our operating philosophy.

Recent Works

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Big Projects For Big Clients

Below are just a few of the recognizable clients we have handled industrial projects for across Canada.

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