Our History

History of Vixman Construction Ltd.

Vixman Construction Ltd. was founded in 1990 as an unionized installer of steel deck and cladding. An additional partner was added to enhance sales and estimating. Vixman could now supply and install much larger projects. Over the next 10 years, the company grew, adding project management staff and in-house drafting.

In the mid-nineties, Vixman became one of the leading firms in the industry after completing the substantial Honda plant in Alliston, Ontario.  Other high-profile projects were completed such as the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, Ontario, and the Eaton Centre expansion in Toronto, Ontario.

In 2010 Vixman's relocated to Rockwood, Ontario slightly north of Acton. Continued success followed with a steady stream of projects.

  • The Ottawa Convention Centre (Ottawa)

  • The Canadian Museum of Human Rights (Winnipeg)

  • The CAMH Facility (Toronto)

  • William Osler Health (Brampton Hospital)

  • Canadian Forces Helicopter Hangar (CFB Petawawa)

  • Niagara Health Services (St. Catharines Hospital)

  • The Penetang Mental Health Facility (Penetanguishene)

  • The PAN AM Games Aquatic Centre (Toronto)

  • The PAN AM Games Soccer Stadium (now home of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats)

  • Sheridan College Engineering Building (Davis Campus - Oakville)

           

Vixman has a dedicated team of professionals who look forward to many more years of serving the construction industry.

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