Jump to content

Brandon Fuchs: Building Cohesion in the Construction Industry

Exploring the expansive opportunities of construction in Canada.

Episode 5
42 min / Published

Brandon Podcast Interview - Building Cohesion in the Construction Industry

In this episode, the guest, Brandon Fukes, owner of North Canadian Construction Group (NCC), discusses his trajectory in the construction industry from an industrial carpenter to a franchise owner. He sheds light on his unique strategy of understanding client expectations and over-delivering on them. He also speaks about the unique challenges faced by the construction industry, the importance of keeping a positive vibe on site, and how his people management skills have contributed towards the company's success. Brandon further shares insights into the journey of franchising NCC with a vision of spreading knowledge and systems across Canada. The conversation also touches upon the necessity of a paradigm shift in the industry towards consistency and the importance for franchisees of being invested in their respective businesses. Towards the end, Brandon paints a picture of the future of his company and the dramatic change it might bring to the construction industry.

  • construction
  • renovations
  • carpenter
  • commerical
  • calgary
  • alberta
  • canada
  • developper
  • design
  • interiordesign
  • home
  • homereno
Show notes

Understanding Client Expectations and Over-Delivering  Brandon...

Changing the Experience of the Construction Industry  Nick...

Transitioning towards Franchising  Brandon...

Vision of a Cohesive Sector  Brandon...

Challenges to Manifesting the Vision  Nick...

Call for Franchise Owners and Investment  Nick...

Closing Remarks  Brandon...

Custom Builder & Renovations - North Canadian Construction Group (nccgroup.ca)

North Canadian Construction Sask (@sk.nccgroup) • Instagram photos and videos


NCC TV - YouTube




Episode ratings
Please log in or sign-up to rate this episode.
Constructive Conversations
A podcast by Nicksvaik
Improving Customer-Contractor Communications
Episode comments

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

What do you think about this episode? Leave a comment!

×   Pasted as rich text.   Restore formatting

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


Important Information

By using this website, you accept the use of cookies in accordance with our Privacy Policy.