“KTW Construction Inc. carried out their responsibilities with exemplary
professionalism and dedication.”

Tim Evans, MCIOB

“His (Dan Andreassen) work methods are collaborative and effective.
In all cases, communications and problem solving were clear, concise and
found upon the best interests of the client and the project.”

Grant & Sinclair Architects Ltd

"All of us at Peerless Engineering Sales Ltd. are extremely happy with
our new and very well constructed building by KTW Construction Inc.
The project was completed on time and within budget. What I liked most
about working with Dan Andreassen was his attention to detail and the
professional team that he brought to the job site."

Jeff Magnolo, President of Peerless Engineering Sales Ltd.


KTW Construction offers a variety of services as a general contractor such as: project management, construction management, renovations, building envelope upgrades and much more. For more information on our services please visit our services page.

KTW Construction Inc. is currently fully bonded for projects up to $5,000,000 an has commercial, general liability insurance valued at $5,000,000. KTW is fully registered with Work Safe B.C. and maintains high safety ratings every year.

KTW Construction Inc. is new to the green technology i.e. LEED© program. The owner Dan Andreassen is currently registering for LEED© certification, once complete will ensure that green initiatives are implemented at site and with subtrades. Currently, KTW Construction Inc. tries to recycle as much demolition debris as possible. We use different garbage bins for various products. We attempt to use materials on our projects that are locally available and made with recycled products and that are acceptable to the owner and consultant. During construction we try and use alternative heating sources for temporary heat. In the past we have tied into hot water lines if available and used force flow heaters to circulate warm air. We have also used electric heaters in lieu of fossil burning heaters. KTW Construction Inc. still has a lot to learn about green technology and will need to develop a program in the coming years to compete for projects for both private and public sector firms.