Design-​Build is a method of project deliv­ery in which one entity — the DB team — works under a sin­gle con­tract with the project Owner to pro­vide design and con­struc­tion ser­vices. One entity, one con­tract, one uni­fied flow of work from ini­tial con­cept through con­struc­tion completion.

TRP Con­struc­tion has col­lab­o­rated with Grin­ham Archi­tects since 2008; com­plet­ing 3 projects at the Uni­ver­sity of Guelph and the new con­struc­tion of the County of Wellington’s Puslinch Library, Palmer­ston Afford­able Hous­ing, and Dray­ton Works Garage. Together we recently com­pleted the Raithby Bike Shel­ter DB project at the Uni­ver­sity of Guelph’s main cam­pus. This involved the new con­struc­tion of an archi­tec­turally unique and sus­tain­able bike shel­ter adja­cent to the Raithby House build­ing; inte­grat­ing a solar panel array sys­tem, green roof and liv­ing walls, and reclaimed tim­ber beams — val­ued at $373K.


TRP Con­struc­tion has col­lab­o­rated with Reinders + Reider since 2009; completing the 2-phase 2-storey interior renovation at Redeemer University’s Main Academic Building, as well as, the 3-storey exterior/interior renovation to The Yonge Street Mission’s Evergreen Centre. Together we recently completed the Port Nelson United Church DB addition/renovation project. This involved the partial demolition of the existing 1-storey building for an 11,000 sq.ft. addition to accommodate offices, fellowship hall, kitchen, washrooms, family areas, library and storage/janitorial areas — val­ued at $3.0M.