Who we are
Wright Construction Western Inc. has been operating in Saskatchewan since 1905 with projects ranging from British Columbia to Ontario. We represent the longest operating construction company in the Province of Saskatchewan and in the City of Saskatoon.
Wright Construction performs General Contracting, Design Build, Public-Private-Partnerships (P3s) and Construction Management services. Wright excels in a variety of commercial, institutional, mixed use and industrial environments. Each year we complete hundreds of thousands of square feet of retail space for various developers and retail chains. Wright is a strong competitor in the institutional sector providing services to school and health boards across Saskatchewan and Alberta. In addition to this, Wright Construction has maintained a strong industrial division and have built the majority of Pre-Engineered Butler Buildings in and around Saskatoon and Saskatchewan.
Our commitment to process and technology allows Wright Construction to adapt to ever changing markets. We strive to keep our personnel equipped with the latest technology and training, so we can keep our clients up to date on the status of their project. Wright Construction Western Inc. represents an appropriate mix of modern construction techniques and innovation combined with the more traditional values of respect for the client and superior workmanship.
In 1905 Smith Brothers and Wilson Ltd. established offices in Saskatchewan and moved to Saskatoon two years later. From the outset of that company in Saskatoon, the Wright family was involved in a managerial capacity and later became substantial shareholders. The current President, Lorne Wright, represents the third generation of the Wright family to manage the operations in the province. In 1987 the Wright family assumed the responsibility for the operations in this province and eventually changed the name to Wright Construction Western Inc.
Over three generations, Wright Construction Western Inc. literally helped build this province. Along the way we have produced many Saskatchewan landmarks, including the original buildings of the University of Saskatchewan, Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina and the Bessborough Hotel in Saskatoon.