We Don't Only Build Homes, We Build


We Work With Care, Intergrity, Honesty, And Accountability

We got our start building custom riding arenas and post frame shops for clientele living in rural Northeastern Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Since then, we’ve grown into the trusted custom builder of the Lakeland region of Alberta and neighbouring areas in Saskatchewan, Edmonton, Bonnyville, Cold Lake, and Lac La Biche.

We’re a team of down-to-earth people who focus on building strong relationships with our clients. Our focus on offering exceptional service has allowed us to understand and anticipate our client's needs and exceed their expectations.

We pride ourselves on offering a collaborative and transparent design and build experience.

We understand a custom build is one of the largest, most important investments you’ll ever make. Our team promises to be there throughout the process to ensure you have fun and end up with a property that enhances your life.

At HR2 Construction, we build properties for life

About Us


HR2 Construction is owned and operated by Rick McCarthy. Rick had a passion for construction and years of project management experience before founding HR2 Construction in March of 2006.

Located in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, HR2 Construction has designed and built custom residential, agricultural, and light commercial properties.

Their portfolio includes Pioneer Log Homes, as featured on television’s Timber Kings, and unique commercial spaces in Alberta like Jennie’s Diner and Bonnyville Medical Imaging.

Rick McCarthy

Our Mission

HR2 Construction designs custom properties as unique as their owners. We work collaboratively with our clients at every step of the design and build process to help realize their vision. Whether it’s a residential, commercial or recreational space, we’ve developed a reputation for exceeding our client's expectations.

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Begin to lay the groundwork for your new home or commercial space by contacting us today.

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