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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.

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APM in the news

Richmond Street Affordable Housing Project
Oct 26 2017

Even in Charlottetown affordable housing is becoming a problem. Below is a link to a project that APM is trying to build in the downtown core right now.

Link to Presentation

Richmond Street Apartments
Mar 2 2017

A Charlottetown developer says a flight to the core is behind his desire to build an apartment on Richmond Street in Charlottetown.

Tim Banks made a presentation before city council at a public meeting in Charlottetown on Tuesday night, the kind of meeting that gives the public a chance to ask questions.

There were no questions from the public on any of the issues the meeting centered on.

Nuns make 2nd attempt to establish convent
Jan 25 2017

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. – A second attempt by a group of Ontario-based Catholic nuns to establish a convent in Summerside took its first step forward Wednesday night.

A meeting was held at city hall to give the public a chance to comment on the rezoning of 403 Granville St. from high density residential to institutional. The nuns, who are known as the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of Ragusa, are in negotiations with land developer Pan-American Properties Inc. to build their new convent at that location.