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Supporting growing communities

As communities grow and evolve, so too does the need for facilities to support the way they congregate, whether that’s to learn, worship or play.

Maple Reinders has amassed decades of experience designing and constructing numerous single and multi-phased institutional projects for both public and private sector clients.

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Places to learn, worship and play

Whether a new build or renovation, we are honoured to be able to deliver buildings to communities that they can take great pride in including churches and other places of worship, academic institutions, recreational facilities and emergency services facilities.

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Academic Institutions

We are honoured to build facilities that will help teach the next generation.


Places of Worship

Ensuring people have a place for reflection and prayer is a fundamental belief of the Maple Reinders family.


Municipal Facilities

Governmental facilities play a significant role in the fabric of our communities.

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Delivering Success

See more projects that Maple Reinders has successfully delivered in both Institutional and other sectors.

“We needed a contractor with a proven reputation for integrity, and one that would be flexible enough to work with Harvest’s internal Design and Construction team.”

– Collin Spithoff
Oakville New Facilities Team Chair, Harvest Bible Chapel

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Get Us Working for You

To learn more about the many ways we’ve helped clients realize their vision, please give us a call.

Ken Kamminga, Senior Account Manager

[email protected]


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