Nose Creek Business Park

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Location

100 James Jones Way, Balzac, AB View on map →

Completion

in progress

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Architect


Owner


Scope

Curtain Wall, Entrance (Building A, C)

Project Description

This incomparable 5.5 million square foot development is situated on 324 acres and offers all the industry advantages of an urban standard development without the high cost. This project is a solution for all retailers and commercial users looking for fast, convenient access to the adjacent highways, the City of Calgary and the Calgary International Airport.

Houle Electric

Facts

Location

5050 N Fraser Way, Burnaby, BC View on map →

Completion

2009

Client


Architect


Owner


Scope

Curtain Wall, Storefront, Glass Railings, Entrance, Sunshade

Project Description

This contemporary two storey provides Houle Electric with their showcase head office. The generous glazing is protected with shading devices, while allowing for extensive views out over the park like surroundings.

Trapp + Holbrook

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Location

702 Columbia St, New Westminster, BC View on map →

Completion


Client


Architect


Owner


Scope

Storefront, Glass Canopy (Commercial Podium Level)

Project Description

One of the tallest buildings on Columbia Street during the Edwardian Era, the Trapp block formerly housed a warehouse and offices. The reinvented commercial level of Trapp + Holbrook are re-designed with extensive floor to ceiling glazing, while the building facade remains its historic look. Today, the Trapp and Holbrook blocks remain as much of a landmark in the fabric of New Westminster’€™s historic district today as they did over 100 years ago.

Edmonton Brewery District

Facts

Location

104 Avenue & 121 Street, Edmonton, AB View on map →

Completion

TBD

Client


Architect


Owner


Scope

Curtain Wall, Glass Railings, Glass Canopy, Entrance (Building 1, 4, 8, 11 and Parkade)

Project Description

The 13-acre Edmonton Brewery District includes a 250,000 sq. ft underground parkade, 300,000 sq. ft of mixed use retail/office buildings, two historical restorations, pedestrian walkways, parks, landscaping and multiple municipal and infrastructure upgrade projects.

Jaguar / Land Rover Victoria

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Location

3351 Douglas St, Victoria, BC View on map →

Completion

Jan 2011

Client


Architect


Owner


Scope

Curtain Wall, Structural Glass Wall, Glass Railings, Entrance

Project Description

This is a 4-storey eye-catching and elegant Jaguar / Land Rover dealership located in the garden city Victoria, BC. Colorful spandrel glass is heavily used to emphasis the uniqueness of the building, while bent glass is apply to the south west corner to absorb sharpness of the intersection. The project is aiming for LEED® Silver certification.

Park Royal Village Expansion

Facts

Location

2002 Park Royal S, West Vancouver, BC View on map →

Completion

2013

Client


Architect


Owner


Scope

Storefront, Structural Glass Wall, Glass Railings, Glass Canopy, Entrance, Skylight (Building A, B & C)

Project Description

Park Royal Shopping Centre is refers to itself as “The World’s Largest Community Centre”. In metro Vancouver, shoppers visit malls at an average of 1.47 times/month. At Park Royal, it’s an average of 6.7 times/month for a total of about 15 million annual visits.

The expanding and renovating plan will create about 432 new and reconfigured retail space. The project also consists of adding two and a half levels of parkade (approximately 200,000 square feet ), creating 432 new stalls. The north facing parkade elevation will be screened with individual glass panels mounted proud of the structure, allowing for daylight and natural ventilation. Building walls and storefronts will be expressed individually from a palette of metal panel, brick, stucco, stone, tiles and varying styles of glazing, framing and entry doors. Overhead weather protection is provided by steel/glass canopies and fabric awnings.

Centre of Newton Phase II

Facts

Location

7327 137th St. - Surrey, BC View on map →

Completion

2013

Client


Architect


Owner


Scope

Curtain Wall, Storefront, Glass Canopy, Entrance, Sunshade

Awards

LEED® Platinum

Project Description

It is a 45,000 sq.ft four storey mixed-use development features two levels of underground parking, three floors of office space and retail on two floors.

This state-of-the-art office building is constructed to the highest energy efficiency standards. Its energy conservation measures including increased insulation in the building envelope, high performance windows and energy recovery ventilator with exhaust air heat recovery. It could save up to 46% energy cost savings over the same sized baseline building;

The use of spandrel glass and sunshades give a modern touch to the building and beautifully complement the surrounding Newton community.

Fortius Sport & Health

Facts

Location

3713 Kensington Avenue, Burnaby, BC View on map →

Completion


Client


Architect


Owner


Scope

Curtain Wall, Interior Glazing, Glass Railings, Glass Canopy, Entrance, Sunshade, Glass Shower

Project Description

Fortius Sport & Health (formerly known as MultiSport Center of Excellence) is the first integrated sports medicine, science and training venture in Canada, located near the Burnaby Lake Sports Complex.

The 148,000 square foot facility includes an array of rooms and spaces, clinical offices, rehabilitation areas, gyms, laboratories and three floors of athletes’ village and hotel space. It employs an integrated team of sports medicine, science and training professionals to conduct research that aimed at preventing injuries, enhancing performance, treating injuries and educating athletes. The lower level is open to general public, providing local residents with wellness & recreation programs.

The facility’s exterior is a combination of curtain wall, composite cladding and metal paneling, while its interior lobby features a floating cedar ceiling and utilizes radiant heating within a polished concrete floor.