Alfred Horie Construction, one of the oldest companies in Canada, is a company that follows a successful recipe of integrity and dependability since 1893. The company was founded by Mr. Edward G. Baynes (1870-1956) and Mr. Will Horie (1858-1940).
Alfred Horie (son of Will) remained as manager until 1956 at which time Mr. Eugene Paone, who had joined the firm as an apprentice in 1936, became manager and eventually became the owner in 1972. As was the history of the company to remain within the family, Eugene’s three sons, Stephen, James and John, followed suit to share ownership of the company with son Stephen as the President since 1981.
The company now uses the name AHC Group to better describe the expertise and variety of services the company offers.
1946: Workmen pouring concrete in Vancouver, BC.
1946: Trusses built by Baynes & Horie.
Tilt-up-panel project: We have been using this innovative technology since 1946.