Quality first!

A recognized tradition of quality

For more than 30 years, Bena Construction has stood out for the quality of its construction and its desire to offer personalized residences to its clients. Buying a Bena home means joining a family large enough to have good prices, but small enough to know the needs of each of its clients. Need proof? Since 2014, Bena Construction has held the title of Master builder, diamond palm, given by the Association des professionnels de la construction et de l’habitation du Québec (APCHQ). This distinction is awarded to builders who have a customer satisfaction rate of 97% or more for at least 25 years! Bena Construction has also obtained a Quality A rating from the accreditation body Garantie de construction résidentielle (GCR). This rating is reassessed annually by the organization that provides full protection to buyers of new houses.

A family business than has grown with the community

In 1986, Mikhael, Ayoub, George and Adel Ayoub embarked on the Bena construction adventure with a small lot of land to develop. The experience and good project management of this family business have contributed to the construction of several houses in different neighborhoods of Aylmer (12th Avenue, Beaulac, Terrasse Eardley) and the Plateau de la Capitale.

It was in 1992 that Bena Construction successfully started its first major residential project: Les Terrasses de l’Ambassade in Hull, comprising 112 houses on Marcel-Chaput Street. Between 1992 and 1997, residences were also built in the Ottawa area, at the Kanata Lakes and Paddak Way projects. After the completion of the Vanier Terrace project in Aylmer, the Bena Construction team began the Ferris Farm project in Aylmer, which has been ongoing since 2002 and is now at Phase 7.

Giving Back to the community, an important value

For members of the Ayoub family, getting involved in their community is a way of saying thank you to the people who have put their trust in them. That’s why for several years, many of them have been taking part in the Marche du grand défoulement held yearly by la Fondation québécoise du cancer and why they contribute annually to the Christmas baskets of the Aylmer Food Center. It is also to ensure the future that Cégep de l’Outaouais interior design students are invited twice a year to discover, with our foreman, how an efficient construction site works


OPEN HOUSE event this weekend

fEBRUARY 17TH & 18th

2:00 P.M - 4:00 P.M

join us at 63 Rue Achigan –

One visit and you’ll be convinced there’s a WOW effect!