Project Highlights

Walmart Distribution Centre
Calgary, Alberta
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Comprised of approximately 400,000 square feet of freezer and refrigerated storage space, and approximately 500,000 square feet of warehouse space, the Walmart Distribution Centre was built to expand their fresh grocery store network. With about 12,000 m2 of -10oF freezer space, a 12,000 m2 area at 55oF for produce, 12,000 m2 worth of 34oF deli space and 2,300 m2 of office space, the project was constructed to accommodate a wide range of environments. The expansion of the centre included 84 loading bay doors, turning their regional district in Calgary into a distribution and logistic hub for Western Canada.
Westmount Corporate Campus and Parkade
Calgary, Alberta
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  • Westmount
Westmount Corporate Campus is comprised of five buildings, above and below ground parkades, and is conveniently located across from Mount Royal University. Completed in 2013, the exclusive business centre sits on 26 acres and consists of more than 780,000 square feet of development. Use of floor to glass ceilings in many of the buildings results in substantial natural light, creating a fresh urban campus in the heart of suburbia.
Holiday Inn Saskatoon
Saskatoon Holiday Inn
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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  • Holiday Inn Saskatoon

The Saskatoon Holiday Inn is the first building in Canada to use the Deltabeam structural system and precast concrete components. Standing 11-storeys tall, the hotel features over 150 suites, indoor parking, restaurant and lounge, fitness centre and indoor pool in downtown Saskatoon. Its location makes it a convenient and accessible place to stay for visitors in the city.


Seasons Retirement Communities
London, Ontario
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Located in London, Ontario, this eight storey seniors’ residence consists of 142 suites with 104 underground parking spaces. With over 200,000 sq. ft. gross floor area, this facility has multiple common areas and gathering spaces as well as a kitchen, lobby, roof garden and beautifully landscaped areas for the residents enjoyment.
745 Thurlow Office Tower
Vancouver, British Columbia
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One of the first office buildings in Vancouver, B.C. designed to achieve LEED® Gold certification, 745 Thurlow is comprised of 365,000 square feet and 23 storeys. The building exterior exhibits unique sloping faces and a column-free interior space. A green roof space providing uninterrupted views of English Bay has resulted in a special urban experience for tenants and visitors.
River Centre
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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The River Centre is a LEED® Gold certified, mixed-use office, retail and entertainment development in Saskatoon providing first-class office space to the growing downtown core. The cast-in-place concrete structure encompasses a total of 108,000 square feet of office space, one level of underground parking and a main-floor restaurant with an outdoor patio. The building location offers sustainable amenities such easy access to green spaces and pathways.
Mac Don Parts Distribution Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba
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A design-build project of approximately 110,000 square feet, the distribution centre also includes two floors of office space. The new centre has increased the centre’s capacity three-fold, making the Parts Distribution Centre significantly more efficient. New technologies were incorporated to ensure the building systems could function properly, and 12 new loading dock bays were included to streamline shipping and receiving. The project was completed ahead of schedule and under budget. 
Bison Point Phase II
Winnipeg, Manitoba
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This seven-storey apartment complex in Winnipeg, MB, features luxurious one and two-bedroom apartments. With 166 units, the suites in Bison Pointe II have open design floor plans and large windows that boast contemporary, but functional living spaces.  The suites include a kitchen, bathroom, in-suite laundry, and private balconies. Comprised of several different unit configurations, the building is also conveniently situation to essential services like grocery stores, banks, the University of Manitoba and other amenities. 
Simplot Fry Processing Plant
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba
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The Simplot Fry Processing plant situated on a rural greenfield space is a design build project. In addition to the base building construction, coordianting the installation of extensive processing equipment required was also completed. The plant is comprised of the processing area and freezers to house the product. The freezers include a unique feature allowing for a direct loading approach to either rail car or tractor trailer.
Kildonan Place Mall
Winnipeg, Manitoba
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Over 160,000 square feet of space was redesigned and renovated at the Kildonan Place Mall. As one of Winnipeg’s busiest shopping malls, additional walkways to join the existing space to the new entrances were also incorporated for shoppers’ convenience. Revitalization work was also completed on the roof during the construction phase which included a new roofing system. Offering over 100 stores and services, six-screen theatre, and food court, Kildonan Place has become a landmark for residents and visitors in the city.
RBC Convention Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba
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A contribution to Winnipeg’s Sports, Hospitality and Entertainment District (SHED), the RBC Convention Centre has become a competitive and relevant convention destination in the North American market. The 52,000 square foot expansion also included the addition of a new 24,000 square foot ballroom equipped with a full commercial-grade kitchen. The signature piece located on the third floor, The City Room, boasts floor to ceiling windows showcasing the downtown skyline and downtown lights at night.  The RBC Convention Centre was delivered on time and on budget.