Since 1964 A.H. Roy & Associates has developed strong partnerships with organizations that operate in the Maritime region.

To expand the capability of A.H. Roy we have developed alliancess with other organizations. Associate groups include fellow engineering consultants, architects and designers, as well as construction corporations. With the help from associates, A.H. Roy has been able to achieve many successes; our associates also add flexibility and experience to help ensure success in the future.


  • Archibald & Fraser
    An architectural firm based in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Archibald & Fraser collaborate with A.H. Roy resulting in an excellent team for jobs in and around Antigonish.
  • Trifos Design
    trifosAn architectural firm based in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and established in 1986. Trifos Design and A.H. Roy have collaborated on such projects as the Keating Millennium Center, a recreational facility on the campus of St. F. X. University. Trifos Design and A. H. Roy have teamed up for many projects at St. F.X. University among others in Eastern Nova Scotia.
  • Ojolick Associates
    Architectural firm Ojolick Associates is one of A.H. Roy's closest collaborators. With their head office located in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Ojolick has teamed up with A.H. Roy on numerous projects in the Eastern Nova Scotia and Cape Breton regions in their many-year history.
  • whwlogoWHW Architects (now Architecture49)
    A Halifax, Nova Scotia based architectural firm working with A.H. Roy on renovations to St. Martha's Regional Hospital.
  • a2000_logoArchitecture 2000 Inc. (now Stantec Architecture Ltd.)
    (A2000 Inc.) has established a reputation for excellence in design and project delivery satisfaction throughout the Atlantic Provinces and Quebec.
  • nycumlogo150pxNycum + Associates
    Nycum + Associates is a healthcare-based architecture, planning, and consulting firm. They provide architectural and equipment consulting, programming, and construction management services in healthcare, research, education, airport, and other public, institutional, and high-tech facilities.
  • Tom Connell
    An architect based in Truro, Nova Scotia, Tom frequently teams with A.H. Roy on projects in the Eastern Nova Scotia region.
  • Michael MacDonald
    An architect based in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Michael operates his own company, Michael MacDonald Architectural Concepts Inc.
  • Ken MacNeil
    MacNeil Architecture has a head office located in Sydney, Nova Scotia. This architectural firm collaborates with A.H. Roy for building projects mainly in the Cape Breton region of Nova Scotia.
  • stiSTI&P Architects (now Perkins+Will)
    Shore Tilbe Irwin + Partners (STI&P) is an architecture firm based in Toronto, Ontario. Since 1945, STI&P have completed numerous buildings, complexes, and master plans across Canada, as well as in locations abroad. STI&P has won the Governor General's Medals in Architecture and has gone on to design prominent landmarks such as Purdy's Wharf in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  • exp_150EXP
    EXP provides professional, technical and strategic services to the world's built and natural environments in six key practice areas: Buildings, Earth & Environment, Energy, Industrial, Infrastructure, and Sustainability. EXP and A.H. Roy worked together on the Nursing Home Addition project.
  • harvey architectureharveyARCHITECTURE is an architecture firm based in Halifax, Nova Scotia with a focus on creating a small, efficient firm capable of meeting and exceeding client needs and expectations. To that end, the firm has focused on clients with whom they have developed strong working relationships and new exciting projects that can challenge the talents of all their team members. harveyARCHITECTURE currently consists of 11 staff members, which includes two licensed architects: Mike Harvey has practiced architecture for 39 years and Troy Scott joined the firm in 2010. A.H. Roy worked with them on the Central Building Supplies store project.

Engineering Consultants

  • Strait Engineering
    Strait Engineering Ltd. is a consulting engineering firm that teams up with A.H. Roy primarily on civil projects in the Cape Breton region.
  • Carl Esau
    Carl is an agricultural engineer based in Truro, Nova Scotia. He worked with A.H. Roy on the NSAC Poultry Hatchery project (Dalhousie University Agricultural Campus).

Construction Contractors

  • logo_bird_smBIRD Construction
    The ISO certified constructor is one of the largest in Atlantic Canada. Rideau Construction, now part of BIRD, has office locations in Bedford, Nova Scotia and Saint John, New Brunswick.
  • maxim_logoMaxim
    Maxim is an employee-owned compay with offices in both Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and who services all four Atlantic Provinces. Maxim's focus is in the commercial, institutional, multi-family residential and industrial sectors of the construction industry, offering a wide range of delivery methods including design build, construction management and general contracting.
  • apmAPM Construction
    APM is involved in the construction, development and management of real estate throughout Canada. Ranked amongst the premier builders in Eastern Canada, APM operates through their offices in Charlottetown, Halifax, Toronto and Calgary.

  • dora_constructionDora Construction
    St. F.X. University's Bloomfield Center is an example of a joint project between Dora Construction and A.H. Roy. Bloomfield is a large multi-use building housing Student Union and the University Bookstore.
  • ab_mechanicalAB Mechanical Ltd.
    Since their inception in 1992, AB Mechanical has become one of the largest mechanical contractors in the province of Nova Scotia. From their base in Sydney, Nova Scotia, AB Mechanical Ltd. has worked with A.H. Roy on projects throughout the region.
  • logoPCLPCL Construction
    The PCL family of companies is a construction leader in buildings, civil infrastructure, and heavy industrial markets. PCL is the largest general contracting organization in Canada. PCL ranked fifth on ENR’s Top Green Contractors List for 2014.
  • LOGO__joneljim_realtyJonelJim
    JonelJim is one of Cape Breton's largest contractors. They provide general contracting, project and construction management and heavy civil contracting.
  • Tate Construction
    Tate Construction is based in Antigonish, Nova Scotia and specialises in residential and commercial construction, new construction, renovations, siding, eavestroughing, roofing, and foundations. A.H. Roy and Tate teamed up on the L'Arche Antigonish project.

  • JW Lindsay Enterprises Ltd.lindsay construction logo
    Based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, JW Lindsay Enterprises Limited has been active in general contracting and construction management throughout the Atlantic provinces since 1959. JW Lindsay teams up with A.H. Roy for an exciting new venture in Guysborough: the distillery and brewery for Authentic Seacoast.

  • Brilun ConstructionBrilun
    One of Cape Breton's largest contractors, Brilun services all of the island and has been in business since 1993.

  • DeCoste Electrical & Ventilation Ltd.Decoste Electrical logo
    Local contractor Kevin DeCoste provides a variety of contracting services to the Antigonish area and beyond.