Our willingness to pursue innovative business partnerships is also reflected in our many successful joint venture partnerships. As well as having success with both long-term, open-ended ventures and single-project entities, Matcon Civil has financed and completed land development projects with several clients. Continually evolving, we are open to business proposals regarding complementary service offerings as well as prospective land development projects.
Our unique joint venture agreements with the First Nations coincide with the Matcon Civil tradition of continually reinventing ways to build relationships in business and the community. To date we have undertaken several successful joint ventures with local First Nations. Partnering with Matcon Civil provides access to our solid operational infrastructure and reputation as a collaborative industry leader in innovative civil construction solutions.
Currently Matcon Civil is engaged in four active joint ventures within the lower mainland of British Columbia.
Established in 2008, TMJV is a partnering that specializes in all aspects of civil construction and environmental contracting. In its first five years, TMJV has secured over $95,000,000 in contracts, generating significant economic benefits for TFN Members through paid wages and the contracting of TFN Member-owned businesses. PSAB Registered – Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Businesses, Government of Canada.
Established in 2013, Ravcon is a partnering of Matcon Civil Constructors Inc. and Raven Excavation, a Tsawwassen First Nation Member-owend heavy equipment-operating business specializing in civil construction earthworks. Ravcon is currently focused on a 300 lot residential development at Tsawwassen First Nation.
Established in 2016, KFNE/MCCI JV is focused on site preparation, land remediation, heavy road construction, and underground utility installations, our long-standing partnership with KFN Enterprises leverages the experience of Matcon Civil as industry leaders in heavy civil construction. KFN Enterprises, which is wholly owned by the Kwikwetlem First Nation, is responsible for creating opportunities for KFN Members that are environmentally, socially, culturally, and economically sustainable.
Seyem’ Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction / Matcon Civil JV is the partnership established in 2019 by Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction, an operating company of the Seyem’ Qwantlen Business Goup. The Seyem’ Qwantlen Buesiness Group is wholly owned by the Kwantlen First Nation, and serves the lower mainland from their offices in Fort Langley, BC.
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TMJV has demonstrated a commitment to the economic well-being of the TFN community by providing training opportunities and employing TFN members. The Ministry is proud to have worked with TMJV and looks forward to future opportunities to work together. Dave Byng Former Chief Operating Officer Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Despite often exceptionally difficult land conditions and weather, Matcon Civil always comes through, on time and on budget. When tackling unique site challenges, the added value of the Matcon Civil’s team experience and advice, has been instrumental in our continued success. Bill Sitter General Manager Beautiworld Development Corporation
I would like to congratulate Matcon Civil Constructors Inc. on your outstanding performance during the construction of Surrey Lake. Your company played a central role in the success we had in the Serpentine-Nicomekl Flood Control Project.
Vincent Lalonde, P.Eng.
Acting Manager, Utilities
City of Surrey
The partners and staff at Matcon Civil Constructors have exceed my expectations with both their commitment to excellence in regard to project work, but also with their commitment to help TEDC and TFN realize their goals for mentoring, training and employment opportunities for TFN Members, their families, and TFN Member-owned businesses – we are proud of our relationship with Matcon Civil.
TFN Economic Development Corporation
In my experience, Matcon Civil Constructors and TFN Construction / Matcon Civil Joint Venture work tirelessly not only to ensure their projects are completed on time and budget with the best outcomes possible, but to also deliver on their commitments to generate opportunities for First Nation inclusion and link those employment opportunities to training and skills development.
Manager Aboriginal Affairs
Port Mann Highway 1 Project