Cooper and Scott met in 2003 at George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario while they were taking the Construction Engineering Technology Program. After graduation, Scott went on to apprentice at the Local 27 Carpenters Union, while Cooper became a foreman for a top landscaping company.
In 2006, they decided they wanted to go into business together and formed Construct & Conserve Building Inc. They started out as general contractors, doing renovations and additions. Their first custom home project was in Elliot Lake and from there, found a passion for building homes from start to finish.
Dean started at Construct & Conserve in 2012 as a foreman. After 4 years, Cooper and Scott invited him to become a partner.
Construct & Conserve commits to provide the highest calibre of craftsmanship and integrity on every construction project. Unwavering in serving our client’s best interests, we strive to exceed all expectations to pursue our goal of creating lifelong relationships.
newmarket & GTA
Scott has his Construction Engineering Technology (CET) accreditation from George Brown College. He is proficient in the powerful 3D CAD architectural software Chief Architect. Scott is a Carpenter by trade and completed advanced training in Timber Framing Techniques and Joinery.
With his broad knowledge in design and construction, he has a gift for assessing drawings for practicality, form and function.
Scott is married with a young daughter. When he’s not trying to get on the golf course he appreciates classic trucks and good match of competitive soccer.
Alliston, Barrie & Area
Cooper has his Construction Engineering Technology (CET) accreditation from George Brown College. Cooper also has vast knowledge in the residential and commercial sectors, working with sub-trades and general contractors in Canada and overseas including Ecuador, Brazil and New Zealand.
He’s a highly organized project manager and builds every home as if it were his own.
Cooper is married with three young sons, plays hockey all year ‘round and loves to spend time outdoors. He’s looking forward to teaching his young son how to throw a baseball.
Durham & peterborough
Dean has been immersed in the construction industry for 15 years. As a graduate from Fanshawe College’s Construction Engineering Technology course, he has worked as a general contractor on projects in the Caribbean and across Canada in both the residential and commercial sectors. He obtained his Red Seal endorsement as a Carpenter and started working with Construct & Conserve. Four years later the company expanded and invited him in as a partner.
Dean is married with two young sons. When he’s not building spectacular homes he can be found with either a fishing rod or passport in hand.