Kevric’s architects and engineers have both the professional skill and good business sense to handle a variety of projects simultaneously. It can, for example, erect a 35-storey tower in downtown Montreal and redevelop a prestige building like 150 Bloor Street West in Toronto’s Yorkville district at the same time.

Over the years, this team has made over numerous outmoded buildings to meet the needs of modern business. And it has done it on time and on budget. The team works closely with prospective tenants throughout the entire process to make sure that the finished product is custom made to meet the client’s present and future needs.

And Kevric believes in sustainable development. It makes a point of applying as much as possible LEED criteria (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and BOMA BEST (Building Environmental Standards) to all its projects.