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APM Construction Services Inc. has earned an enviable reputation for being one of the premier builders in Canada. In over 30 years, we have established ourselves as a reliable, timely, and experienced company with our clients’ interests in mind. Our focus on Service, Trust, and Value is a key part of why we’re building across Canada.

Since 1980, APM has grown to employ over 400 people with annual combined sales of over $100,000,000. Headquartered in Charlottetown, with additional offices in Halifax, Toronto and Calgary, we continue to provide Service, Trust and Value to a host of local, regional and national clients.

At APM, we consistently deliver on our promises and commitments. We offer transparency and flexibility, and always stand by our work on all of our projects. We recognize that our valued clients are our most important asset, and because of the trust we have earned over the past 30+ years, APM is ranked among the premier builders in Eastern Canada.

Give us the opportunity to show you what a difference working with APM will make. Contact us today.


APM in the news

APM supports PEI Literacy Alliance Bursary Program
Mar 25 2014

APM Vice President of Human Resources and Corporate Controller Paul Daley (left) hands over a PEI Literacy Alliance Bursary to John A. MacLean who is currently working towards obtaining his GED as an adult learner.

CHARLOTTETOWN – APM, in collaboration with the PEI Literacy Alliance, has again shown their support for education in the province by contributing to the Alliance’s Bursary Program for adult learners. This year’s recipient is John A. MacLean who is currently studying to write his GED in the coming months as a step towards his ultimate goal of attending NSCC.

APM project on the move
Mar 5 2014

Crews continue to work on a new APM project on North Granville Street in Summerside. The project will be the home of three new businesses yet to be announced. The development is projected to be completed this July

SUMMERSIDE- Work continues throughout the winter months on a development project by APM in the north end of Summerside.

The site is the former Holland College property and the project involves an approximately 10,000 square foot building that will be the home to retail and food operations. The project is expected to be completed by July 2014.

New Heritage Exhibit to be Unveiled - Heritage Award Winners Announced
Feb 18 2014

The City of Charlottetown has developed an exhibit entitled ‘Setting the Scene for the Charlottetown Conference’ that outlines the history of Queen Square and paints a picture of a day-in-the-life in 1864. On February 18, at 12 noon, the City will launch the exhibit when hosting its annual Heritage Day Awards ceremony at a new location, on the second floor of the Confederation Court Mall. Popular historian, author, and Curator of History, PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation, Boyde Beck will be speaking on the evolution of Queen Square.