Dan Greenhalgh Builds for the Community

Community in Canada

ENM Construction Management Ltd., founded by Dan Greenhalgh, is no stranger to business development projects. A couple of establishments around Metro Vancouver bear its seal of excellence. However, Dan is bent on a unique way of going about business, something beyond the traditional construction mantra of doing things.

ENM Construction Management has a mission of going beyond building and construction management, but for a community-forming type of business.

Venture in Purpose-Built Rental Projects

Dan Greenhalgh worked on development projects before starting the company in 2015. Since then, he has wasted no time and engaged in ambitious construction and renovation projects. Starting with Willoughby Walk and Taphouse Bar and Grill, he was able to deftly implement construction management projects with time and budget balance.

Having established himself in construction, he made rental housing his bread and butter. ENM is actually a pioneer in this field, as no one in the area has thought of venturing in this. According to Dan Greenhalgh, there are advantages when it comes to rental project investment compared to housing:

    a. Housing can get high, but will tend to average out and go downhill; while rental always moves up even with its slow and steady pace.

    b. Rental-based housing is scarce in Vancouver, and because of low vacancy, rent on available units tend to be high.

Seeing the potential in rental housing, ENM hopes to create homes with quality materials, which will lead to more affordable housing.

Community Projects

Greenhalgh’s commitment to community-based projects has found fruition in two establishments:

  • Briskham Townhomes (Habitat for Humanity)
    In partnership with global organization Habitat for Humanity Project, ENM Construction is building a townhome development which will give 19 families affordable housing. Only a few minutes away from transit, these houses are testament to ENM’s community forming attitude.
  • ISOasis Feline Shelter ( Langley Animal Protection Society)
    By partnering with Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPS), ENM Construction was able to build a 1100 sq. ft. habitat for abandoned and rescued cats. A charitable project, the ISOasis was built at cost. ENM Construction also happens to manage this property.

Close Camaraderie

As project manager, Dan Greenhalgh draws inspiration for his community-building advocacy from his ENM team. “We’re a close group of people, and I love coming to work everyday and getting things done with this team,” he states. “So that’s my biggest motivation to come to work, I just enjoy being around them.”

The Only Way Is Up

ENM’s growing list of projects coincides with a construction boom—not just in Vancouver, but in the whole of Canada. Dan Greenhalgh recognizes the challenge, and hopes that he will be able to make an imprint with his building advocacy. With a line-up of services that include Merchant Building, Construction Management, and Development Management, ENM Construction is set to make a positive impact in their purpose-built rental and community building business.

NameE-mailWebsiteComment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *