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Nova Construction is one of the Largest Road Building Companies east of Quebec

Nova Construction Co. Ltd. is a driving force in the road building industry. Over the years, Nova has built, upgraded and/or paved more than 500 miles of highway in Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia for the provincial and federal governments.  


Well known as an expert in “earth moving”, it was no surprise that Nova Construction found success in site clearing operations. Various locations, including the Antigonish Regional Mall site, the Georgia Pacific Gypsum site in Port Hawkesbury, Louisiana Pacific site at Point Tupper and the Burnside Industrial Park site in Dartmouth, the new Dartmouth Crossing IKEA site, among many others, have all benefited from Nova’s competency, skills and meticulous attention to detail.



Nova Construction Company Ltd. provides a wide range of commercial and residential services - from aggregate, asphalt, bridges and concrete, to earth moving and road building.



View a photo sampling of Nova Construction Company Ltd. past and current projects, including heavy construction, road and bridge building, site clearing and earth moving.

Nova Construction is a Company Like no Other

It's a company that represents more than half a century of hard work, exceptional quality, innovative thinking, competitive decisions and the strong desire to drive the economy, while leaving a lasting legacy. Their tremendous philanthropic contributions to the wider community are legendary and the fierce loyalty they inspire in their employees is a true testament to the vision of the company and on that is unparalleled in any industry.

In 2006, Nova Construction announced its return to the world of racing, with the grand reopening the Riverside International Speedway. The entire track was refurbished to make it not just the best track in Canada, but one of the best short tracks in the world. Nova Construction provided a world-class racing facility, the only NASCAR sanctioned track east of Quebec and put Nova Scotia on the motorsport map.

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