If you’re planning a renovation, addition, or a new building, Newton Enterprises can help!

Newton Enterprises is a local contracting company with more than 60 years’ experience meeting the construction needs of their customers in Portage La Prairie and beyond. Through the years, they’ve gained a reputation as a leading General Contracting and Construction Management firm serving the Commercial, Agricultural, and Residential building sectors.

Why Choose Newton

Flexible service options, professional staff and a proven track record of success are the hallmarks of Newton Enterprises. Their large portfolio of projects ranges from small renovations to multi-million dollar commercial and agricultural structures.

Cookie Cutters are for Kitchens

Every project has unique challenges meaning that a ‘cookie cutter’ approach seldom provides the best results. Newton Enterprises offers General Contracting, Construction Management, and complete Design – Build options allowing you to select a delivery method tailor-made to suit your needs and your budget.

Known by the Company They Keep

Newton Enterprises is a COR certified firm and holds the distinction of Master Builder in the Province of Manitoba. They are a member in good standing of: The Winnipeg Construction Association, the Construction Safety Association of Manitoba, the New Home Warranty Program of Manitoba Inc, the Manitoba Home Builders Association and the Portage La Prairie Chamber of Commerce. 

Experience You Can Trust

Newton Enterprises employs only qualified designers, estimators, project managers and site supervisors, and prequalifies all subtrades to ensure they meet our standards for quality, code-compliant construction and safe work practices. Your new building will be the product of the efforts of trained construction professionals skilled in their area of expertise. With thousands of successful projects located across three Canadian Provinces, the United States, and Japan, you can be certain that Newton Enterprises has the skills and experience to meet the demands of your building project.


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