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Joint Venture Partnership


JA Smith Construction Management is an Indigenous Owned and Operated Company located in South West, MB. We are proud to be Cor Certified, in good standing with Workers Comp, and hold Liability Insurance. JA Smith Construction Management has been in operation for eight years. Offering Project Management Services in various contracts including but not limited to Privet sector, Health Canada, Indigenous Northern Affairs Canada and Municipality contract agreements.

Design Build

  • Residential and Commercial
  • Site Prep
  • Excavation
  • Water/Sewer
  • Electrical
  • Foundation
  • Structure
  • Interior/Exterior Finishing’s

Erosion Control

  • Hydro Seeding
  • Riprap
  • Culverts
  • Erosion Matting
  • Straw Wattles

Heavy Equipment

  • Water/Sewer Insulations
  • Excavation
  • Directional Drill
  • Hydrovac
  • Contaminated Sites

Construction Site Services

  • Security
  • Industrial Firefighting
  • First Aid
  • Field Medic Services
  • H2s Safety Services
  • Confined Space Rescue
  • Janitorial
  • Security
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Indigenous Economic Development


Our partnership can provide Indigenous skills and development training, green energy initiatives and sustainable housing technologies. JA Smith Construction Management will develop working relationships with effective communication within the community. These three areas our main focus, time management, scope of work and cost. They are a direct relation to the QUALITY of work and have attributed to ongoing success in our projects.

Green Energy

  • Sustainable Housing Technologies
  • Energy Audits
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Emergency Management Plans
  • Waste Management Technology
  • Energy and Heat Loss Test


  • Safe Work Practices and procedures
  • Security Officer Training
  • First Aid CPR AED
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • WHMIS 2015
  • H2s Alive
  • Confined Space Entry
  • OFA First Aid ll
  • Fire Extinguisher ll
  • Company Orientation

“We take pride working with highly skilled and motivated Indigenous Groups across the Country”