Marshall Lee Construction Corp.

We Provide Experience

Marshall-Lee was founded in 1970 by Kent Lee and Bill Marshall. Since the company’s inception, Marshall-Lee has completed a variety of projects. We have built over 160 structures ranging from educational and health care facilities to commercial buildings, shopping malls, and light industrial warehousing.

We Provide Quality Service

We believe repeat customers are the best gauge of quality. Marshall-Lee Construction is consistently short-listed by institutions such as the Capital Health Authority, Defense Construction Canada, County of Strathcona, County of Parkland, and Samson Cree Nation.

It is our goal to provide our clients with high quality construction service with strict adherence to building codes and specifications. This is done partly by performing regular quality control inspections on the job site. Being company-owned and operated by shareholders, we have a vested interest in maintaining quality. Our reputations are at stake.

We Build On Time

Marshall-Lee is committed to meeting time line constraints. Our use of Microsoft and On Target scheduling software enables us to track progress and update schedules as needed.

We have a proven track record in project scheduling. We successfully completed the $16 million Hangar 5 project in the allotted 11 months despite a $2 million scope of work increase. We also delivered the Samson Cree Nation Primary School 2 months ahead of schedule, and we built the $3.4 million County of Parkland Administration Building in 8 months.

We Build On Budget

Marshall-Lee is committed to meeting budget constraints. Our use of cost control accounting and our large library of unit costs allows us to perform a project on budget.

We Maintain High Standards of Safety

Marshall-Lee is committed to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy work environment for all personnel. We hold a Certificate of Recognition (COR) from Alberta Labor. In order to receive a COR, Marshall-Lee had to demonstrate a dedication to improving health and safety. This involved attending 4 training courses, becoming a certified peer auditor, developing a health and safety manual, and implementing a peer-audited program.