Construction Management

Restoration Management Services For Policyholders

MP Restoration Consulting Ltd. is a expert building restoration company that has extensive experience in identifying areas of concern that the insurers team have missed and undervalued. We have over 60 yrs of industry experience and knowledge in restoration and construction methods. We understand the complexities of building systems and the associated health hazards that building materials may pose to property owners, especially if not remediated as per the required Ontario Regulations. Our restoration services include:

  • Ensuring a thorough and complete assessment of all property damages
  • Setting a preliminary budget based on type and size of loss
  • Establishing a detailed scope of work to be approved by the policyholder
  • Preparing bid documents
  • Bid analysis to establish an accurate project cost
  • Setting timelines that are tailored to the complexities of the loss
  • Ensuring code compliance as per the OBC and MOL
  • Effective communication with clients

Our goal is to determine the most reasonable solutions to restore your property back to full occupancy status as per the requirments of the Ontario Building Code (OBC). As the only property loss management company for policyholders we pride ourselves on meeting or exceeding the expectations of our clients. Our clients testimonials and settlement awards reflects our outstanding performance as appraisers and advocates for policyholders.

We work with policyholders, lawyers and public adjusters across Ontario. Please contact MP Restoration Consulting Ltd at (647) 725-9648 or email us at to learn more about how our restoration consulting team can help you.


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