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Over the past 149 years, four generations of Fullers have played leadership roles in the construction of distinctive buildings.
In 1859, architects Fuller and Jones designed Canada's original Parliament buildings. Thomas Fuller later became supervising architect for all projects on Parliament Hill, and from 1881 to 1897 was Chief Architect for the Dominion of Canada. His son, Thomas W. Fuller, was also appointed Chief Architect in 1927 and designed many notable public buildings throughout Canada. Thomas W. Fuller's son, Thomas G. Fuller, won his first tender as a general contractor in 1939 and spent more than 50 successful years in the building industry. Today, Thomas G. Fuller's sons, William, Mark, Antony and Simon are active in the Fuller Group of Companies, and in continuing the Fuller tradition of building excellence.
Thomas G. Fuller, his sons and their team of construction professionals at Thomas Fuller Construction Ltd. have been responsible for the completion of more than 790 individual projects. These include office towers and fit-ups, hospitals, university buildings, research facilities, transportation terminals, shopping centres, heritage restorations and water sewage treatment plants. They have the skills, experience and management systems to confidently handle the most challenging projects. They work with consultants and owners in a team approach and constantly upgrade the skills and knowledge of their staff through industry education programs. With a team approach for all projects, Fuller Construction strives to save owners money through the 'value engineering' process while maintaining their reputation for completing projects on time and on budget.
Thomas Fuller Construction Co., Ltd. is the flagship company of a fully integrated group of three, known as the Fuller Group:
Loch March Golf and Country Club
Metcalfe Realty Company
Thomas Fuller Construction Co., Ltd.
Each of these companies specializes in a particular aspect of the construction industry.