Tsawwassen Mills offers an unparalleled shopping experience for savvy shoppers in Metro Vancouver, with a mix of factory outlets, first-to-market retailers, and premium fashion brands.
The three-phase project was a structural upgrade and extensive renovation, along with an expansion, demolition, and new construction to an occupied commercial retail centre.
Glulam was the preferred choice for the first net-zero commercial building in Alberta, meeting stringent building challenges while providing a beautiful interior look. Nearly all the scraps created during construction were reused at different places in the project.
A community-focused development serving ATCO employees and the public. This development features a 30,000 square foot Commons Building and offices with food services, a large high-end fitness centre, an outdoor plaza, and conference facilities.
This three-story building is the headquarters for the Gulf Island National Park Reserve, which includes facilities for admin staff, marina operations, and an interpretative centre. Glulam and wood was used to blend the country's first LEED® Canada Platinum building into nature's backdrop.
A neighbourhood-focused, multi-use building containing local businesses in a shared, collaborative space. The second floor features an innovative Glulam beam and concrete composite system that was mechanically engineered into a cohesive structural unit.
Glulam was the natural choice for construction of this vibrant Forestry Centre. Showcasing the large variety of wood products available in Saskatchewan, this was the first LEED® Gold certified building in the province.
This facility reinforces ABSA's progressive attitude and environmental consciousness, making it the perfect home for the organization's administration and inspectors.
Large span product storage buildings typically use a ground-to-ground arch structure. This makes for very high capacity and efficient structures.
Located in Edmonton's sought-after Glenora neighbourhood, West Block is truly a mixed-use development, making it the perfect place for Edmontonians to work, live, and play.
The new Catalyst building aims to be one of the largest zero-carbon, zero-energy buildings in North America, as certified by the International Living Future Institute (ILFI). Environmentally-friendly Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) was selected for the first sustainably-constructed office building of its kind in Washington State.