East Hills Shopping Centre Building F1

Facts

Location

205 East Hills Boulevard S.E., Calgary, Alberta View on map →

Completion

2016

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Architect


Scope

Curtainwall, Custom Spandrels & Automatic Sliding Doors

Project Description

This 973,000 sq. ft. property is located in Calgary at the intersection of 17 Avenue South-East and Stoney Trail Extension. The property includes major retail tenants such as Walmart, Costco and Cineplex.

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.

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.