Certifications

Find out more about the construction industry and our trade associations

Greg Martineau Projects (GMP) has all the certifications required by law to install windows, doors and siding in Calgary and the rest of Alberta. If you would like to contact the trade organizations that we belong to, we have provided more details and websites for the Calgary Home Builder Association, Calgary Residential Rental Association, Alberta Building Envelope Council, Canadian Condominium Association, and the Calgary Construction Association. GMP is also registered with the Better Business Bureau (BBB).

BBB has been around for 100 years. It helps consumers to find out more about a company before getting in touch. Consumers can give a company a good or a bad review. Based on that evidence, the BBB rates companies from A+ to F. In a nutshell, the BBB is all about trust: a business accreditation from the BBB establishes the ethical standards, professionalism and trustworthiness of businesses who are members.

Greg Martineau Projects has had an A+ Rating with the BBB since joining in 1995.

CHBA's 8,500 members come from every area of Canada's housing industry: new home builders, renovators, land developers, trade contractors, product and material manufacturers, building product suppliers, lending institutions, insurance providers, service professionals and others. The CHBA represents the residential construction industry at all levels of government. The CHBA website has useful information for homeowners who plan to undertake renovations.

The CRRA is a non-profit organization formed in 1959, registered under the Societies Act of the Province of Alberta. CRRA offers educational programs, resources and support services to the rental sector. As a service member, Greg Martineau Projects offers window, door and siding replacement services to members who own and manage residential rental properties, ranging from one to several thousand units, including apartments, houses, and secondary suites.

ABEC is a non-profit society dedicated to the promotion of better understanding of the building envelope— in other words, the roofs, walls, windows, floors and foundations that enclose the indoor environment of a building or a home. ABEC is interested in design, construction, performance, evaluation, testing, renovation, restoration and maintenance of building envelopes.

GMP is a member of ABEC so that we keep up to date on the latest technologies and techniques that might help us to improve the way we install doors, windows and siding.

The Canadian Condominium Institute is the "Voice of Condominium in Canada." It is a national, independent, non-profit organization that raises condominium issues at all levels of government. Since 1982, CCI has been actively working with all interested groups in helping to keep the condominium community better informed.

GMP is a member because installing new windows, doors and siding is an important decision for condo boards. Through CCI, we can explain the options available, and the installation process for condominium owners.

GMP is a member of the CCA, a non-profit voluntary membership association founded in 1944 to promote the interests of the construction industry in Calgary and surrounding area. GMP often works closely with contractors of all types when we install windows, doors and siding, so we need to stay informed on developments in legislation, technology and training that affect the construction industry as a whole.