If we say we will do a job, we will do it. If we say we are going to be somewhere, we are there. This is our commitment to success and our goal to achieve excellence.


Achieving excellence means being committed to all of the components that contribute to our success. At Delnor, our commitment is founded on three specific elements that are of utmost importance to us, our clients and to our industry.


At Delnor, safety isn’t a set of checkboxes on a list – it’s a state of mind. We choose to make safety a part of everything we do at Delnor. We know that our staff, crews, and the communities we are working in deserve our commitment to ensuring a safe work environment.

In addition to mandatory safety training, our staff understands the importance Delnor places on safety and therefore we support our staff to obtain industry standard certifications as well as on-site specific training to promote education of up-to-date best practices. Along with an extensive Health & Safety Program, Delnor is proud to say we’ve maintained a Certificate of Recognition (COR) in Alberta.


Sustainable construction practices are not just a preference at Delnor – they have become standard procedures. We have an obligation to preserve the longevity of the world around us and by tailoring our construction methods to include sustainable practices, we know we are working diligently to contribute to a better world for tomorrow.

Delnor is a member of the Canadian Green Building Council and we employ several LEED® certified staff in each of our offices who ensure we are incorporating the right procedures into our methodology: site cleanliness, recycling & responsible waste disposal, dust & infection control, and energy management.

In addition to reducing our carbon footprint, practicing sustainable construction also allows our clients to benefit from improved safety and reduced costs around energy and waste management.


Delnor is proud to play an active part in the communities we work in and it is a privilege for us to be given the opportunities to give back. In creating a family environment at Delnor, we also have programs in place to support our employees in their community engagements.

We have several channels through which we support our community. We continue to participate in countless community golf tournaments, fundraisers, sponsorships, and events. Some of the organizations we support include:

  • Greater Edmonton Foundation for Seniors
  • Alberta Cancer Foundation
  • Stollery Children’s Hospital
  • University Hospital Foundation
  • Ted & Lois Hole Foundation
  • Sturgeon Community Hospital Foundation
  • Leduc Foundation
  • Caritas Foundation
  • United Way
  • NAIT (Northern Alberta Institute of Technology)
  • Capital Region Housing Corporation
  • Women Building Futures

Where possible, we take it a step further. For example, Delnor was given the opportunity to build the Cross Cancer Institute Healing Garden- a quiet and natural sanctuary for patients and their families to seek refuge from their devastating circumstances and find hope. Along with our generous subtrade partners, Delnor was able to donate our services to this project and be a part of an amazing organization and team dedicated to the comfort and hope of its patients and their families - a very rewarding project to be a part of.

We also have a corporate program for employee engagement in the community where any funds raised at Delnor for an employee-driven initiative is matched corporately by Delnor.

The central obelisk of the Healing Garden