A one-year-old building that was destroyed by a wildfire was given new life. The new building has streamlined the delivery of public services in Slave Lake, providing a central place where people can meet, interact, and conduct daily business all in one place.
The first fully integrated complex, combining ambulatory clinics and cancer treatments. The vision was to be the finest hospital in Canada in the hearts & minds of the people served.
This hospital has been described by the Canadian Medical Journal as "one of the most architecturally advanced hospitals in the world."
The first animal shelter in Canada to achieve a LEED® certification of any kind. Glulam helped to ensure both humans and animals would feel at home and welcome within the building.
This 9,800 square foot fire hall was designed to accommodate a volunteer fire rescue department in the growing community of Black Creek, BC on Vancouver Island. This fire hall has 2.5 apparatus bays, a large workshop, training room, and department offices.