Builders of fine custom homes and cottages on the beautiful east shore of Kootenay Lake
Professional ticketed carpenters and highly experienced project managers insure your project is completed properly, the first time.
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Who We Are


Akokli Construction is a full-service construction management company located on the beautiful east shore of Kootenay Lake in south-eastern British Columbia. Our services range from excavation and foundation work through to comprehensive project management. Akokli Construction is a Licensed Residential Builder providing a ‘2-5-10’ warranty backed by Pacific Home Warranty Services. Akokli is also an active member of the Canadian Home Builders Association and holds full commercial liability insurance and Worksafe BC coverage.

Peter Cullinane, the founder of Akokli Construction, attained his Red Seal certification in 2001 and has been actively involved in the construction industry throughout Canada for over 20 years. Akokli is proud to hire local, has its own crew and an extensive range of tools and equipment. As project manager, Peter will work closely with building inspectors, engineers, trades people and design teams to ensure your project is completed on time and on budget.

What We Do


Custom Homes

With over 18 years in the construction industry AKOKLI CONSTRUCTION has evolved from our “hands-on” experience.


Project Management

As Construction Project Management (CPM) AKOKLI CONSTRUCTION will assist with the overall planning, coordination, and control of a project from beginning to completion.


Earth Works

Residential excavating, trucking and hauling and topsoil and fills are some of the services we can offer you to help with your landscaping or building tasks.


Custom Sawmill Services

AKOKLI CONSTRUCTION’S portable sawmill, which is towed behind our trucks, allows us to come to your home and cut your logs into valuable lumber, beams, siding, decking, fencing and more.

Our Work

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