Our Subsidiaries

As the construction industry and the needs of our clients evolve, we continuously seek out new opportunities to unlock value and optimize quality, risk, schedule and price. Together with our subsidiaries, we provide our clients with a fully integrated service offering - one that addresses their upstream and downstream project needs - creating certainty and peace of mind throughout the entire project life-cycle.


Graham Capital develops, invests equity and provides financial advisory required in project finance contracts for Graham. They create partnerships with the public sector and bring market leading multi-disciplinary teams together to bid, win and develop award-winning projects. Their development expertise, in-house project finance advisory capabilities and full asset management services cover the entire project lifecycle.


Gracorp is a merchant-style, private market real estate developer with offices in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto. From office, retail, hospitality, industrial and institutional to multi-family residential, Gracorp partners with a variety of landowners, developers and investment firms to deliver real estate investment opportunities to the marketplace. Gracorp manages over $100 million of real estate capital invested in projects with total enterprise value over $800 million, together with financial partners. Learn more


Quinn specializes in industrial facility commissioning, maintenance, repair, operations and turn-arounds (MROTA) in the areas of petrochemicals, natural gas processing, thermal underground oil sands and refining/upgrading. With 50 years of experience, Quinn can handle any size or type of vessel or process system. Together, Graham and Quinn offer a cradle-to-grave project capabilities in the industrial sector. Learn more


Moltz is a successful Colorado-based contractor in the water, wastewater treatment and water resources sector with more than 30 years of experience working with diverse clients and within a variety of contract models. With exceptional execution, Moltz has annual revenues of US$80M and a multi-year backlog with many repeat clients. With considerable experience working on alternative procurements, Moltz self-performs all scopes other than electrical through 100-plus open shop resources. Learn more