Alan O'Rourke Construction is a general contractor and project management company, whose founder and owner has over 25 years of construction experience and a solid reputation for quality, service, and honesty. We pride ourselves in high quality craftsmanship with a strong attention to detail.
We specialize in projects of all different sizes including new home construction, heritage and character home restoration, condo and loft renovations and upgrades, and contemporary and modern upgrades to your existing home. Our clients are continually provided with detailed job tracking and budget updates during the process of the project.
"Hiring Alan O'Rourke was one of the best decisions I made over the course of restoring a Vancouver character house. He came onto the project after every homeowner's worst nightmare – having to fire the previous contractor who wasn't up to the job. Nerves were frayed, budgets were strained, and deadlines were approaching. Alan brought a calm, thoughtful attitude to the situation, and combined a deep understanding of structural issues with a real appreciation" of the aesthetics of heritage homes.
"In the winter of 2009, we found ourselves needing to do extensive renovations to two levels of our home. We hired Alan O'Rourke to assist us with these renovations. He and his crew proved so competent and reliable that we soon asked Alan to take charge of the entire project. This proved to be a most wise decision. The communication between Alan and ourselves was ongoing and thoughtful, especially as we frequently increased the scope of the project. Both Alan and his crew consistently displayed the highest degree of consideration and professionalism."
"Alan O'Rourke Construction has worked on our 100 year old wooden frame Vancouver house a significant amount. Interior and exterior work has always been done to a high standard of finish and structure. We have always been very impressed with the end result which did not run over budget or time. I cannot recommend this company highly enough, and will use them again."