Métis N4 Construction is a diversified Project Management Construction corporation owned by the Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF) through its Economic Development Trust. The Corporation was established to provide the MMF with a vehicle to pursue effective Métis participation in economic and major resources development projects like the Bipole III transmission project and new pipeline projects, including Enbridge Line 3 replacement and the TransCanada Energy East project. The firm specializes in construction project management, operates Indigenous training programs and provides camp accommodation services.
The firm has recently expanded its Project Management Services in the commercial and residential housing areas. The N4 Commercial real estate division is actively working on several commercial builds with an estimated total dollar value of $75 million, including repurposing a heritage centre, redeveloping office complexes, building a commercial greenhouse, and building a 49-unit condo complex and commercial centre. In addition, it is in the process of developing a steel frame fabrication operation to support green housing technology.
Metis N4 has successfully joint-ventured with many partners to expand its capacity in diversified industry areas, including oil, gas, transmission, infrastructure development, and various services.
Since its inception in 2014, N4 Construction’s revenues will exceed a quarter of a billion dollars this year. It is among the most successful Indigenous social development enterprises in Canada.
N4 sponsored the annual Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF), Infinity Women Secretariat (IWS) General Assemblies, and many non-for-profit organizations and events.