EllisDon Acquires Willow Spring, Creating Local Construction Powerhouse
Edmonton, AB, December 8, 2015 — As of December, 2015, Willow Spring Construction will become part of the EllisDon group of companies. EllisDon acquired Willow Spring to help expand its capabilities in the Edmonton/Capital Region/Northern Alberta market. Together, the two companies can now offer a complete package of exterior construction along with interior design and construction, benefiting customers and the community through increased capabilities."The inclusion of Willow Spring in the EllisDon family now means EllisDon can provide interior design and construction, along with the ability to work closely with clients throughout the course of a project," says Michael Kazda, VP and Edmonton Area Manager, EllisDon Construction. "EllisDon has always offered cradle to grave services – from concept planning, equity services to construction and facilities management. The addition of Willow Spring means an increased capacity and a specialized focus that will translate into more satisfied clients."EllisDon Construction Edmonton, part of a larger group of companies that includes PME and EllisDon Industrial has been a construction leader in Northern Alberta for more than 40 years. EllisDon is proud to have built iconic landmarks such as Commonwealth Stadium; the University of Alberta Mazankowski Heart Health Institute; the Edmonton International Airport Combined Office Tower and soon, the Valley LRT Line.Willow Spring Construction, founded in Edmonton 35 years ago, is an established leader in office/retail interiors contracting, general contracting, design build and construction management services to Edmonton, Alberta, and the Capital Region.Holyk will be staying on as Manager, Willow Spring.Both Ellis Don and Willow Spring are long established in Edmonton, the Capital Region and Northern Alberta. Together, the two companies represent a construction powerhouse that can now bid on larger, more prestigious projects in Edmonton, the Capital Region and Northern Alberta communities, attracting more creative and iconic building projects to the area.