With over 35 years of experience in the development industry, our capacity and depth of experience covers all phases of project development.

Our team brings a focused and flexible approach to every project. We work in conjunction with the owner, emphasizing a co-operative team approach with a clear commitment to client satisfaction. We serve as an extension of your organization, complementing your capabilities and representing your interests first and foremost.

Our project and construction management staff are your “eyes and ears” to ensure the full scope of work is included. We incorporate accurate systems to monitor the progress of the development, maintain quality control, ensure fiscal accountability, and provide accurate reporting on the status of the project.

Projectcore can add value by introducing innovative options that may not have been previously considered to fast track the construction process. Our team has a deep understanding of what is required to arrive at the finish line with a positive result.

No project is too large or too small. We have constructed and managed all types and sizes of development with full commitment to each.



Projectcore Inc. has had unique experience, and developed knowledge in the strategy, development and execution of complex international and domestic real estate projects. The Projectcore team creates, facilitates, delivers and constructs world class unique facilities in a comprehensive and thorough manner. We ensure that all of our stakeholders, including client, investor, and co-venture partners are professionally represented and their respective interests protected. Projectcore Inc. has worked throughout Canada, the United States and Europe. We have built extensively in every major Canadian city, having constructed many Land-mark theatre and mixed use development complexes.




Peter Kofman is a highly accomplished leader who has provided training and guidance to those who have worked for him while acting as President of Projectcore Inc., the company he founded in 1982.

Peter brings to the forefront over 35 years of experience in the fields of development, project and construction management. Along with the team at Projectcore, Peter has extensive experience in project delivery. He understands the needs and objectives of diverse stakeholders as well as how nuanced politicized decisions can affect the development process.

After completing a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering degree at the University of Waterloo in 1980, Mr. Kofman went on to work for companies such as Campeau Properties and Bell Canada, taking on the development and project management of various projects in Toronto, Canada. After founding his own company, Projectcore Inc., he went on to become an international force in land development and construction fields, with a staff that peaked at 200 employees and offices in Toronto, New York and London.

Since 1982, Kofman represented his clients in the design, development and project management of large commercial, mixed use, entertainment, residential and lifestyle facilities across North America, the U.K. and Europe.

Peter possesses an extensive knowledge base allowing him to specialize in the development of creative solutions that yield the highest return for his clients and stakeholders. His key objective is to turn critical issues into opportunities for his clients. Successfully developing several of his own properties, Peter truly understands the position of the owner and stakeholders, approaching each project with this in mind.

He is an avid bicycle racer and is the co-founder of the Erace Cancer Cycling Team. Together with like-minded sponsors and team members, Erace has raised almost $100,000 in support of cancer charities since 2012. Please visit



Projectcore is a registered Tarion Vendor/Builder


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