Nu-Struct Inc., was first established in 1985, as a consulting firm which at that time was named J.E.M. Enterprises. We mainly concentrated on the building restoration industry, consulting and assisting clients such as Canada Lands and CN Real Estate, with their ongoing requirements for the maintenance to the interior and exterior of their buildings. One of the many successful projects was the design package for the complete restoration of the exterior concrete façades to the Bona Venture Hotel in Montreal, Canada.
During this time, our professional labour force was working directly for CN Tower Ltd., completing concrete repairs, as well as all other construction related issues, including the installation of the glass floor and new high-speed elevators. With the demand and ongoing necessity for the maintenance to all buildings, J.E.M. Enterprises incorporated a new division and Nu-Struct Inc. was formed. Today, we can service clients with a group of highly skilled tradespeople and professional project managers. Combined we offer over 75 years of experience in the building science industry.
Designing & Constructing
Our imagination is what really sets us apart from the competition.
Whether you want to fix-up an investment property, renovate your own home, or rebrand your business space – Nu-Struct will make sure it works for you.
Who Do We Service?
Nu-struct can handle construction projects both big and small, for residential and commercial clients across Southern Ontario.
Revitalizing the old facade of a building can be beneficial to both your business and the community, and something that Nu-Struct Inc. in Mississauga has been doing for over 30 years throughout Ontario. Sprucing up the architectural details on the front of a building alone can turn an eyesore into an attraction. It may be
Your dream is to buy a lovely old home and restore it to its former glory, but you may need to consult with renovation specialists like Nu-Struct Inc. in Mississauga before you sink money into a bad project. There are many reasons to renovate an older home rather than to demolish it and build one