Crossford Construction is an exclusive design-build construction company based in Ottawa, Ontario. Established in 1993, Crossford specializes in medium and large scale renovation and construction projects. Our extensive experience and knowledge of the local market enable us to deliver high-quality craftsmanship on time and on budget. We consistently maintain this high level of quality through attention to detail, a dedicated work ethic and by listening to our customers’ needs.
The Crossford Construction team is made up of highly skilled and qualified carpenters. Our carpenters are employed directly by Crossford, they are not subcontractors and they do not work for anybody else. Every carpenter is trained in-house in order to meet Crossford’s exacting standards of craftsmanship. But it’s not just the skill level of our carpenters that’s important; they are also conscientious, approachable professionals, who will gladly take the time to answer any of your questions on a day-to-day basis.
Lindsay Nicol, President and Founder of Crossford Construction, has more than 35 years’ experience in the industry. With a knack for surrounding himself with the finest craftspeople, he knows firsthand that whether it’s a renovation, substantial addition or custom-built home, an open, trusting relationship between the contractor and client is the key to success. Crossford owes its continuing success to Lindsay’s emphasis on giving customers the confidence and security of dealing directly with the owner of the award-winning company in whom they have put their trust.
Doug McCausland, Project Manager, brings more than 20 years of construction experience. Doug is crucial to each Crossford project’s successful outcome not only because of his passion for the industry but also his ability to problem solve in any situation. In addition to overseeing personnel on each Crossford project, Doug is also responsible for quality control and is a constant presence on all job sites – it’s a perfect fit for a man who’s known for his attention to detail.