WHO WE ARE

Quartek Group is an integrated design firm based in the Niagara Region offering architectural, engineering, planning, interior design and project management solutions within a single construct to clients in both public and private sectors.

HOW WE WORK

Our people are brought together within a studio environment promoting interdisciplinary communication, innovation and creative acts of serendipity. All are engaged with our project throughout the entire process providing various perspectives and solutions from the outset.

WHERE WE WORK

Our office is located in the heart of Downtown St. Catharines. Quartek is one of the largest multidisciplinary firms based and produced in Niagara. We believe in growing and working within our community but we strive to spread our brand throughout Ontario.

Creative people in a design collaborative composing exceptional solutions

Quartek Group Inc. is pleased to highlight our recently enhanced Mechanical Engineering team. March 29, 2018

Mechanical engineering is seen as an integral component of our multi-disciplinary service offering, which in turn is a significant aspect of our corporate identity and vision. A Quartek niche in the marketplace is “one-stop shopping”. We believe that this offers our development and building proponent clients convenience, better design and project management quality, and a higher level of accountability. [Read More]

Compassionate City February 6, 2018

Some of Quartek’s staff were privileged to attend the St. Catharines ‘State of the City’ address at the Performing Arts Centre on January 31st, 2018.  Apart from hearing about the good things happening in and around St. Catharines, we were pleased to hear more from Mayor Sendzik on the Compassionate City campaign and honoured to be among the first to sign the ‘Compassionate City Charter’. This fits with who we are and want to be as individuals and as a company located here in the heart of Niagara.

http://www.compassionatestc.ca/

http://www.stcatharinesstandard.ca/2018/01/30/st-catharines-launches-compassionate-city-charter

The First Nations Peace Monument in DeCew House Heritage Park October 3, 2017

The First Nations Peace Monument in DeCew House Heritage Park, Thorold, Ontario, is a memorial designed by world-renowned architect and human rights activist Douglas Cardinal. Located near the site where Laura Secord encountered First Nations warriors who assisted her in conveying a warning to the colonial British forces of an impending American invasion, the monument is intended to generate a deeper understanding of the heritage and ongoing history of First Nations peoples, and to illuminate the founding role they played (and continue to play) in the ever-evolving North American cultural mosaic. [Read More]