About Caspian Construction

Caspian was established thirty years ago in 1984. At that time, it was focused on the residential market and concrete subcontracting. By 1987, Caspian was acquiring medium to large sized projects and establishing itself as a contractor of quality work. Caspian’s creative approach to construction was evident in the much-revered Leo Mol Sculpture Garden in Assiniboine Park and the beautiful sculptures and fountains in Central Park in downtown Winnipeg.

The leap from a concrete subcontractor to a general contractor begun as Caspian joint-ventured with a major firm to build Costco Wholesale stores across North America. As a result of this strategic partnership, Caspian developed concise methods of fast-track scheduling, efficient cost-control strategies and the ability to administer large, multi-phase projects. After thirty-two successful Costcos, from Honolulu to Toronto and everywhere in between, Caspian had established itself as an reliable and reputable general contractor.

Over the last three decades, Caspian has completed a significant number of projects in both the public and private sectors. With its solid financial base and significant employee experience and expertise, Caspian is capable of building anything, anywhere.