Customer projects

Stone construction
The Dunbar deck
The Smith cottage
The Killborn home
Olmstead Jeffrey lake property
The Kovaks home
The Yakabuski home
The Lambert home
The Reeves home
The Schroeder house
The Ringuette garage
The Steege house
The McLaughlin house
The Els house
The Greene house
The Craig house
The Cotie farm
The Dube house
The Van Gelder house
The Delong house

Wood construction
The Robertson house

The Steege House
The shoemakers kids

Erosion control
The Meadows house
The Kropf house
The Tomkinson house

Water Features
The Lipton house
The shoemakers kids

Simon Tunley.


The Tomkinson home. Westmeath

This had been built seven years ago by another firm but it started to lean over because of the pressure of the hill behind and so when we were asked to rebuild it we needed to make sure it didn't happen again. One of the best ways to ensure that retaining walls don't fall down is to build them as curves rather than straight lines.

Curved walls are self supporting Straight walls, especially without any buttressing as shown here, are doomed to fall
Long walls can be broken up with curved steps and other highlights.