About the Company

Dueck Homes began in 2006 when Cal Dueck began building houses in his home neighbourhood of Fort Garry. Cal started with a hands on approach, doing all the framing, concrete, and finishing in the homes he built. As would be expected, his commitment to quality and fairness caught on. Today Dueck Homes is still working out of the same Fort Garry neighbourhood, but has moved toward the design build area of expertise.

Energy efficiency and sustainable building practices have always been at the forefront of what Dueck Homes brings to the table. From building the first privately built LEED certified house in Manitoba, to contributing to various Green building boards, Dueck Homes has invested themselves in pushing the envelope for responsible building. From ICF houses to double wall builds achieving Passive House air exchange requirements, Dueck has a vast amount of experience designing and building to stringent quality levels.

Dueck Homes has stayed a family owned and operated business with nephew Josh Friesen joining the company and moving into the neighbourhood. Dueck Homes is committed to making a fair wage and ensuring fair payment to subtrades. We believe win-win situations are the only way to conduct business. We value our family time - evenings and weekends are reserved for them if possible. At the same time, we are committed to accommodating the needs of our clients in whatever form that may be required.

Our build process is formed around controlling budgets with respect to quality. As a cost-plus contractor we provide accurate budgets and put finish selections into your hands. We work with integrity and bill with transparency. Our invoices list exactly what we’re paying for and what percentage we’re making.

We look forward to getting a chance to demonstrate what we can do for you!

Cal Dueck

Cal grew up on a farm in the Arborg area. As a farmer he learned to build, maintain, and repair anything and everything. These skills kept him employed while pursuing a bachelor's degree in Classics and Philosophy, A Master's Degree in Philosophy, and a Ph.D. (philosophy abd). As a Ph.D. candidate he taught classes in the University of Manitoba University 1 program. He is now employing those research skills in the sustainable and ecofriendly building science areas. Cal has been involved in many community organizations and school committees. His latest project has been to co-chair the Parker Wetlands Committee in efforts to preserve urban greenspace. Cal is married to a teacher, and has 2 boys who are now off to University. Cal Enjoys reading, traveling, and meeting people.

Josh Friesen

Josh is a husband to one and a father to two little boys. He enjoys music of many kinds, plays a bit of guitar and piano. He is a big-time Jets fan and loves to be around people. In summer you’ll find him playing soccer on his home town’s soccer club. Josh got his red seal in carpentry in 2015, winning the level four skills competition at Red River. Since then he’s taken a few project management courses and SoftPlan intensive training sessions.