About M. Sullivan & Son Limited


M. Sullivan & Son Limited is one of Canada’s oldest family-owned construction companies. For over a 100 years we’ve built a solid reputation for completing projects on time and on budget for clients in the industrial, commercial, institutional and public sectors.

I learned many things on this project but the first lesson I learned from Sullivan's site supervisor was the difference between cement and concrete and I will never make that mistake again.

Constable Greg Harbec

Sullivan consistently meets or exceeds expectations for quality and safety, and enjoys ongoing recognition as one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies.

Our Executive Team

Robert J. Ball, P.Eng.
President and CEO
Kerry G. Hisko, CPA, CMA
Chief Financial Officer
P. Gregory Sullivan
Vice President, General Manager Kingston
Marty Smith
Vice President, General Manager Arnprior
Tim Pruner, A.Sc.T, GSC.
Vice President, Business Development
Peter Kenny, P.Eng., MBA
Vice President, Operations

Committed to LEED

The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System is a certification program and internationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high-performance, environmentally sustainable buildings.

Administered by the Canada Green Building Council (CGBC), LEED promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental health:

  • Sustainable site development
  • Water efficiency
  • Energy efficiency
  • Materials selection
  • Indoor environmental quality

Building Forward

Sullivan has thrived for a century partly because we honour not only the traditions of our craft, but also the innovations that serve to strengthen those traditions over time. That’s why we are actively committed to sustainable building design and green construction practices.

Our team includes professionals who are fully LEED-accredited by the CGBC. Their job is to help clients achieve LEED certification through sensible job-site practices:

  • Abide by local environmental regulations
  • Reduce waste and encourage resource efficiency on job-sites
  • Limit and recycle construction and demolition debris
  • Control indoor air pollutants
  • Conserve natural resources
  • Control and offset the effects of emissions due to construction activities
  • Use local building materials whenever possible

Health and Safety

Workplace health and safety is critically important at Sullivan, because construction sites are among the most hazardous working environments. In fact, we’ve earned our reputation for high quality partly by creating some of the safest working conditions in the industry. With ten decades of experience, we know that only employees and contractors who are confident in the safety and security of their job site are free to achieve their full professional potential.

That’s why Sullivan never compromises on workplace health and safety. But don’t take our word for it:

  • Sullivan has been recognized by the Ontario General Contractors Association (OGCA) for consecutive injury-free man-hours.
  • We received the Accident Prevention Zero Frequency award from the Construction Safety Association of Ontario (CSAO) and the OGCA.
  • We are members in good standing with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.
  • Three of our site-supervisory staff have achieved certification as Construction Health and Safety Officers from the CSAO.

Customer Service Policy Statement

Our Mission

Sullivan’s has been dedicated to Construction Excellence since 1914 ensuring a quality product built safely, on time and on budget.  Our professional staff will continue to be committed to these principles to guarantee customer satisfaction before, during and after project completion.