Ledcor Group of Companies is an employee-owned, diversified, and vertically-integrated construction company operating primarily in Canada and United States. Ledcor operates in a wide range of industries including the construction of buildings and civil infrastructure, technical services such as communication networks, forestry, mining, property development and management, transportation, marine operations, and several energy projects including oil, gas, Liquefied Natural Gas.
Ledcor has been responsible for building several of Canada's large-scale construction projects. In 2012, construction of The Bow was completed - Alberta's largest building. Ledcor also completed construction of British Columbia's largest building, Vancouver's Shangri-La Hotel, in 2008.
Ledcor is also one of North America's pioneers in the Green Building industry. They are a founding member of the Canada Green Building Council and are a longtime member of the U.S. Green Building Council. In 2014, the VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitors Centre, a Ledcor project, was named Sustainable Building of the Year by the World Architecture News.
In both 2011 and 2014, Ledcor was named to Canada's 10 "most admired corporate cultures" list and is consistently ranked as one of the top Canadian employers.
Highest paying job titles at Ledcor Group of Companies include HRIS Analyst, Superintendent, and Director, Enterprise Architecture