Coyle's Construction & Custom Carpentry Ltd.
Patrick Coyle was born in County Donegal on the Northwest coast of Ireland. Construction is strong in the Coyle family. Both his father and uncle worked in construction all their working lives. Patrick's first job was working for his uncle at 12 years of age; assisting the site carpenter and cleaning up. From an early age he had a keen interest in carpentry.
Patrick completed his Craft Certificate in Carpentry and Joinery in 2009 (Red Seal Equivalent). During his 5 year apprenticeship Patrick gained valuable experience in Joinery, Finishing Carpentry, Kitchen and Bedroom Cabinet Installation and Framing.
Patrick moved to Canada in 2010 seeking a new adventure and professional experiences. He gained Forming, Framing and Finish Carpentry skills in a variety of projects from the Law Library at UBC, to a $25m mansion in Kitsilano. He has also worked on high-rise, commercial, multi and single family homes as a journeyman carpenter. Patrick has spent almost 3 years working as an Assistant Superintendent for a well known residential developer in West Vancouver.
Patrick decided to take the leap into self-employment in July 2017. It has always been a passion of his to produce a quality product for you the customer. He has always wanted to have his own Carpentry Business since the early days even as an apprentice. His experiences in the industry over the last 15 years have given him expertise in Residential home building and renovations, Commercial renovations and Custom Carpentry.
If you hire Coyle's Construction, your ideas will be listened to carefully and you will get friendly, honest and professional recommendations. When the project starts the things that are most important to us are: staying on schedule, budget, safety, quality work to the highest standards and ensuring you are satisfied throughout the project.
Kitchens & Bathroom Renovation Projects, Finish Carpentry Installs, Outdoor Living, Commercial
North Shore, Vancouver, Burnaby & New Westminster
Owner / Project Manager