Edmonton New Remand CentreEdmonton, Alberta
The largest correctional facility in Canada by area and capacity, the Edmonton Remand Centre is a horizontal, two-storey development of approximately 610,000 square feet. Designed to accommodate greater capacity, the building offers security technologies such as integrated video court booths and hardware systems. Incorporating pre-cast elements throughout the buildings, the facility entrance features curved brick and stone creating a dramatic point of interest.
McMaster University Student Activity & Fitness ExpansionHamilton, Ontario
The McMaster Student Activity Building & Fitness Expansion is a four storey building addition, with over 104,000 square feet of new and renovated space. This consists of a new fitness addition, major renovation to the existing PULS Centre, and a new east gym with indoor synthetic turf. The fitness addition and renovation also includes new offices and reception area, climbing and bouldering wall, heavy weight area and various cardio and multi-purpose rooms. The Student Activity Building, which is targeting LEED Silver, features social spaces, an open mezzanine and atrium balcony, grocery store, multi-faith prayer rooms, community kitchen, multi-purpose room, and various storage and communal spaces.
Thompson Rivers University ITTCKamloops, British Columbia
In response to labour-market demand, Thompson Rivers University expanded its industrial trades and technology programs with the new Industrial Training and Technology Centre (ITTC). At 57,000 square feet, the LEED® Gold centre supports an increase of 550 full-time-equivalent student spaces including programs not previous offered. The two-storey building features state-of-the-art classrooms, lab and shop areas, and connects to the adjacent Trades and Technology centre. Stuart Olson received the 2018 Southern Interior Construction Association Award for Leadership, having been nominated by Thompson Rivers University.
Kelowna General HospitalKelowna, British Columbia
Renovating the Strathcona Building at the Kelowna General Hospital involved opening the space to create 40 new inpatient rooms, each with their own washroom. In addition to the upgrading the mechanical and electrical infrastructure, six coronary care unit beds and associated support spaces were added. Over 36,000 square feet was demolished and renovated, featuring open spaces and softly painted walls to promote a warm aesthetic, supporting the vision of a facility dedicated to healing.
R.E. Mountain Secondary SchoolLangley, British Columbia
R.E. Mountain Secondary School is a three storey, 160,000 square foot secondary school that accommodates 1,700 students in Langley, B.C. A combination of steel, concrete with metal cladding, and brick, this school provides students with an engaging learning environment. Its modern design allows for flexible classrooms and amenities. This includes an outdoor learning space and amphitheatre, two gymnasiums and an open-style auditorium, as well as access to the Township of Langley’s artificial turf fields. This project was completed on time and on budget for the 2019 school year.
Vernon Jubilee HospitalVernon, British Columbia
Outfitting the top two floors of the seven-storey Polson Tower at Vernon Jubilee Hospital consisted of approximately 48,200 square feet of space. The two floors now include private inpatient rooms, semi-private rooms, private isolation rooms and private bariatric rooms. Each room was designed to take advantage of the views across the Okanagan Valley. Use of local wood products were integrated into constructing the LEED Gold building, and one third of the materials were sourced locally.
Okanagan College Health Sciences CentreKelowna, British Columbia
Okanagan College’s Kelowna Campus will be home to the new Health Sciences Centre. At 30,000 square feet, the facility integrates academic departments, staff, and students for greater wellness and collaboration. The building will accommodate new technologies for student spaces, adding to the educational experience. Not only targeting LEED® Gold certification, the Health Sciences Centre is also striving for Silver Certification of the WELL Educational Pilot Program, which is focussed on occupant health and wellness.
UBC Orchard Commons Student ResidenceVancouver, British Columbia
Orchard Commons is home of the University of British Columbia Vantage College Program hosting first-year students from across the world. At approximately 450,000 square feet, the project is comprised of a shared student commons area and two new 18-storey student residence blocks. The LEED® Gold complex is spatially connected below grade, resulting in greater accessibility between the residence and amenities. A design integrating views of nature and daylight encourages more activity, and has developed a welcoming and social campus experience for students.
Delbrook Community Recreation CentreNorth Vancouver, British Columbia
Consisting of over 84,000 square feet, the Delbrook Community Recreation Centre replaced two aging facilities in North Vancouver, B.C. at the site of the old William Griffin Recreation Centre. Offering a variety of amenities to the community, the centre features a six-lane pool, leisure pool, racquet courts, fitness centre, gymnasium, offices, underground parkade, and an artificial turf field. Recognizing its surrounding environment, the building connects the outdoor landscape with the interior design.
University of Fraser Valley Chilliwack Expansion & RenovationChilliwack, British Columbia
Expanding the University of Fraser Valley campus in Chilliwack, B.C. by 150,000 square feet required integration between renovated and constructed components. An atrium structure now connects the existing facilities, giving the campus a renewed sense of design and function. The campus houses kinesiology, early childhood education, dental and nursing training labs, wet and dry labs, classrooms, student union, offices, theatre, library and gathering hall. The renovations and additions have bred new life and purpose to what was previously an abandoned site.
Edson Health Care CentreEdson, Alberta
The Edson Healthcare Centre and Continuing Care project was born by replacing an aging hospital with a campus of over 236,800 square feet. This facility provides a variety of services in a convenient, single location, including emergency, diagnostic imaging and laboratory, surgical suites, inpatient care units, ambulatory care, long-term care, and a physicians' clinic. Large windows offer great natural light and views of nearby creeks and forest.
Edmonton Valley Zoo Entry & Wander ExhibitEdmonton, Alberta
Keeping the zoo open while constructing the Edmonton Valley Zoo Entry and Wander Exhibit required careful scheduling and coordination to protect the habitats and their residents. Utilizing green initiatives and implementing LEED® qualifying technology such as natural light, a unique air ventilation system, and green roof made the focus of the upgrade and design getting patrons closer to nature.
MacDonald Youth ServicesWinnipeg, Manitoba
This project for non-profit agency, MacDonald Youth Services (MYS), was a result of the organization centralizing their services under one roof. The 33,000 square foot building includes customized therapy and meetings rooms, as well as classrooms for life skills, money management and computer technology classes. More than 100 MYS staff and supports are now under one roof providing support to nearly 9,500 children, youth, and adults each year.
University of Alberta Medical Isotope Cyclotron FacilityEdmonton, Alberta
By repurposing a vacant building though the design-build process, the University of Alberta Medical Isotope Cyclotron Facility has become a research and academic hub. A centre for both isotope research and production, the facility includes a cyclotron vault, laboratories, materials handling areas, and administrative offices. The new facility aids in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with cancer, cardiac, neurological, and other diseases.
University of Alberta - St. Joseph's College Women's ResidenceEdmonton, Alberta
To address the need for additional student housing, while acknowledging the college's history, construction of St. Joseph’s College Women’s Residence at the University of Alberta began. Through the design-build process, 282 beds, lounges, a lobby and parking were added for students. Incorporating low-flow water fixtures and low-off gassing finishes has kept the facility energy-efficient and sustainable. The final design includes red brick, helping blend the new building with the existing building.
Lethbridge ATB CentreLethbridge, Alberta
The ATB Centre in west Lethbridge enhances the quality of life in the city by providing individual, family and group recreational amenities for all ages. Amenities in the centre include water slides, a lazy river, surf simulator, running track, state-of-the-art exercise facilities, multi-purpose rooms and childminding areas, as well as an indoor playground and locker rooms. Filling gaps in service for the community, the ATB Centre also attracts people from across Southern Alberta.
New Central LibraryCalgary, Alberta
Named by Architectural Digest as one of the most anticipated projects of 2018, the new Central Library provides nearly 240,000 square feet of function and beautifully designed space in Calgary’s East Village. Offering endless resources, the library is home to a physical collection of 450,000 books, 330-seat performance hall, café, music and gaming stations, recording studios and much more. Targeting LEED Gold certification, the high-efficiency building also uniquely encapsulates the LRT tunnel, emerging at grade level on the north end. The library opened to the public on November 1, 2018 and has since been mentioned in New York Times’ 2019 list of ’52 Place to Travel’ and TIME Magazine’s 2019 list of ‘World’s Great Places’.
Elbow Park School RestorationCalgary, Alberta
Built in 1926, Elbow Park School is a landmark building located in the heart of Elbow Park, Calgary. Retaining the historical façade and characteristics were key aspects during the restoration project. Various features were salvaged, restored and reused in the building, including the existing wood trusses in the library, lead windows on the front exterior, main entrance door, and roof cupola. The charm of the building reflects the residential atmosphere of the neighbourhood, providing an accessible elementary school for youth in the community.
YYC WestJet Holding RoomCalgary, Alberta
Expanding WestJet’s regional operation from four to six gates kicked off the WestJet Encore Project. The expansion included walkway upgrade and modification, as well as construction of the hold room, an additional 8,000 square feet to function as a waiting area for WestJet guests. Amenities in the building include two seating areas, retail space, play areas, washrooms, and back of house areas.
Bethany RiverviewCalgary, Alberta
Bethany Riverview is a 210-bed, four-storey specialized dementia care facility made up of approximately 200,000 square feet above a 45,000 square foot underground parkade. In addition to providing new space for Bethany Calgary’s corporate offices, the building includes a 3,000 square foot solarium and three courtyards. Housing both complex dementia care and long-term care rooms, the much-needed supportive living community is committed to improving the lives of residents and their families.
University of Toronto Mississauga, North Building Phase BMississauga, Ontario
The University of Toronto Mississauga North Building Phase B is a 220,000 square foot, six-storey plus penthouse that encompasses a mixture of classrooms, student spaces, and faculty offices. The project included construction of unique structural requirements for active learning classrooms and the intricately designed atrium. By applying the ‘DNA’ of the original architectural design in Phase A and integrating it into the new Phase B building, the architect successfully completed the chain of indoor and outdoor spaces travelling around the campus.
University of Windsor SoCAWindsor, Ontario
Renovating and expanding the existing 1901 heritage Armouries Building and new construction of the School of Creative Arts (SoCA) brings together the University of Windsor's School of Music, School of Visual Arts, and the new Film Production Program. The upgrade and construction is providing students with artistic studios, performance auditoriums, classrooms, laboratories, offices and other student and faculty facilities.
Lethbridge College Trades and TechnologiesLethbridge, Alberta
The Trades and Technologies Renewal and Innovation Project (TTRIP) at Lethbridge College’s Trade and Technologies program included the addition of modern shop spaces, classrooms, offices, labs, and applied research spaces. Over 165,000 square feet of addition and renovation expanded the program capacity by 65%. Consisting of spaces constructed in steel, timber and concrete, state-of-the-art equipment was also installed for program students. Targeting LEED Gold certification and ensuring an environmentally-friendly design, low cost and sustainable wood created the unique wave-form roof which optimizes daylight resulting in less energy needed for heating and cooling.
Medicine Hat Regional Hospital ExpansionSouth Alberta
Serving a population of approximately 120,000 in southwestern Alberta and southeastern Saskatchewan, the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital expansion added 245,000 square feet of space. The exterior uses various materials, integrating well with the existing hospital building and facilities. Adding patient-transfer corridors, surgery and neonatal care areas, and new helipad, the state-of-the-art facility provides an elevated level of care for hospital patients.
Fortius Multisport CentreBurnaby, British Columbia
The Fortius Sport and Health centre in Burnaby, B.C. prepares Canada’s professional athletes for international competition, providing community wellness and recreation programs. Construction included a double gymnasium and three additional floors of both athlete and hotel space. Consisting of five-storeys and 158,000 square feet, the LEED® Silver facility is the product of integrating world-class sport amenities, and exercise science and medicine resources to serve the community.
BOW VALLEY COLLEGECALGARY, ALBERTA
This 3 phase redevelopment and expansion completed in 2013, is located in downtown Calgary. Valued at $200 million, this north and south campus expansion and renovation project connects to the city’s LRT. Phase 1 renovations required that facilities remained open, requiring extensive preplanning. Phases 2 and 3 involved the construction of a new 280,000 sq. ft. South Campus facility, consisting of 3 levels of underground parking and 7 storeys of classrooms, labs and administration space. The new building connects to the North Campus and the rest of the downtown area via +15 and +30 bridges.
EDMONTON REMAND CENTREEDMONTON, ALBERTA
This 40 acre 600,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility was completed in 2012. Designed to accommodate up to 2,000 (double occupancy) male and female inmates in seven podular, three-tier housing units, this facility has the potential to expand to accommodate up to 3,000 inmates in total. The Centre includes support facilities such as admission and discharge, food services, healthcare and administration. Stuart Olson managed the construction of all support infrastructure for the project.
RICHMOND OLYMPIC OVALRICHMOND, B.C.
This iconic symbol of the 2010 Winter Olympics has won over 30 design and innovation awards. The construction process required close collaboration to ensure that this spectacular vision was realized and ready for opening day. Designed to resemble a bird’s wings in flight, this facility, with its unique construction challenges, was completed on time and on budget. Today, the building has transitioned to a sport and fitness facility serving the City of Richmond and surrounding communities. It consists of two NHL-sized hockey rinks, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts and a running track.
PETER LOUGHEED CENTRE EXPANSIONCALGARY, ALBERTA
This $186 million, 3 phase expansion and renovation was completed in 2010. Phase 1 involved the addition of 2 levels of needed parking totaling 50,000 sq. ft. Phase 2 involved the construction of a 5 storey facility that today houses 4 patient units with a total of 32 additional beds. The phase 2 process required the relocation of roads, parking and site services without impeding the operation of the existing facility’s operation. Phase 3 involved the renovation of existing critical care units which included operating rooms and special care nursery facilities.
INVESTORS GROUP FIELDWINNIPEG, MANITOBA
Completed in 2013, this $190 million facility is the home of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the CFL. This landmark stadium seats up to 33,000 with private suites and an array of amenities for patrons. The design features a massive curvilinear roof that covers 80% of the seating areas and is the signature feature of the project. The construction process required extensive pre-planning with all stakeholders. In 2012, the intricate roof design was awarded the Tekla BIM Award for North America in the category of steel.
CHILD AND FAMILY RESEARCH INSTITUTEBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
Located at the Children’s and Women’s Hospital in Vancouver, it is the largest research institute of its kind in Western Canada. The building provides wet lab and dry lab space for researchers and houses the foundation’s administrative offices as well as animal care facilities, a stores facility, education centre and a study centre.
FORT ST. JOHN HOSPITALBRITISH COLUMNBIA, CANADA
First of its size in Northern Canada The new hospital increased the number of acute care beds from 42 to 55, and included the development of single-room maternity care. The new emergency room was built to be two-and-a-half times the size of the former one and the facility housed an enhanced academic program, state-of-the-art operating rooms, and wireless access throughout.
UBC OKANAGAN ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT BUILDINGBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
The building consists of a three-storey lab wing with 27 labs complete with support rooms, a high head lab for concrete testing with a bridge crane, five-storey office pod for the Faculty of Engineering and a five-storey pod to accommodate the Faculties of Management and Education. A three-storey atrium separates the two pods with full glazing on the east and west sides as well as a skylight roof. There is a 200 seat tiered lecture theatre adjacent to the atrium.
BCIT SW01 GATEWAYBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
New three-storey academic/office building including a courtyard infill. The building provides over 6,960 m2 of office, study, and gathering space and over 2,900 m2 of lab, classroom, and student service department renovations.
VCC KING EDWARD CAMPUSBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
The new facility, located on the Kind Edward campus, is a 11,900 square meter addition to the existing facility to accommodate Nursing and Allied Health Programs, University Transfer programs, Offices, Health Services, Bookstore, Reading Commons and Food Services.
HILLCREST COMMUNITY CENTREBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
Multi-phased community centre used as an Olympics curling venue with the legacy mode of the phased project, the community center, in addition to the aquatic center, hockey rink and curling facility, also incorporates a day care facility, library, sports gymnasium and restaurant/bar.
FORTIUS MULTISPORT CENTREBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
The Centre grooms Canada’s professional athletes for international competition and provides Burnaby residents with wellness & recreation programs. two floors of core programming, including clinical offi ces, rehabilitation areas, strength and conditioning, offices, biomechanics, a tertiary support program. Four months into construction a double gymnasium and three floors of additional athletes’ village and hotel space were added to the scope. The project is targeting LEED® Silver.
UBC MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGYBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
Museum houses 35,000 contemporary and traditional art objects from all continents. The existing 1976 structure was designed by a renowned Canadian architect Arthur Erickson, who took his inspiration from traditional Pacific Northwest Coast post-and-beam style architecture. Phase 1, the new addition, follows the theme of the existing building with exposed concrete walls and extensive use of glazing. Phase 2, a renovation and an envelope upgrade, increases the gallery space of the museum and retrofits the numerous envelope items such as curtainwall and skylights to today’s standards.
VANCOUVER AQUARIUM AQUAQUESTBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
The Aquaquest addition transformed the Aquarium into an educational public exhibit with an added aquatic research facility. The Aquaquest facility included three wet and dry classrooms which have tripled its teaching capacity. The main level houses the 170-seat Ocean Theatre and an expanded and revitalized Clownfish Cove that provides opportunities to explore early childhood education.
SURREY CITY CENTRE LIBRARYBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
77,000 SF building on three levels. This cultural and learning hub includes an expanded library collection, coffee shop, living room reading lounge, teen lounge, gaming area, meditation room, large community meeting spaces, an electronic training classroom, a Wi-fi facility and other library programs.
STEVESTON FIRE HALLBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
The innovative building structure consists of steel columns supporting 2 x 4 wood panels on-end, which form the walls and ceiling. It is one of the first buildings in Western Canada to use this innovative design, which essentially creates “hardwood floors” on the walls and ceiling.
EDMONDS LIBRARYBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
The 17,000sq.ft. facility is comprised of a cast-in-place underground parkade, topped with a structural steel frame and is clad with a blend of zinc paneling and masonry. The design incorporates a large amount of glazed curtainwall to allow natural light to fill the interior thus reducing energy demands and create a feeling of openness.
BRENTWOOD SKYTRAIN STATIONBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
This 33,000 SF, three level structure includes installation of precast beams, glulam beams, structural steel, elevators and escalators. Work includes interior finishes and installation of the mechanical and electrical systems.
BROADWAY SKYTRAIN STATIONBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
Stuart Olson Dominion completed renovations and upgrades to the light rail transit station located at Broadway Street and Commercial Street in preparation for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games. Our work included extending and renovating the concourse level and existing roof structure at the platform level; constructing a new entrance on the 10th Avenue side of the station; and installing a curtain wall structure on the concourse perimeter.
SAPPERTON SKYTRAIN STATIONBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
This project was constructed above the CN and BNR Railways and includes an elevated walkway to a plaza. The concourse and roof rely on exposed steel bracing around the elevator shaft to support the station building laterally. This approach leaves all sides free of bracing, adding character to the structure.
VCC SKYTRAIN STATIONBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
Built as an extension to Vancouver’s Millennium Skytrain Line
CANWEST GLOBAL PARKMANITOBA, CANADA
This three-storey main building houses visitor and home team locker rooms, Winnipeg Goldeyes’ offices and storage on the main floor, concourse and concessions on the 2nd level, and 20 private suites and meeting rooms on the 3rd level, with total seating capacity of 6,100 fixed seats. In 2001, Canwest Global Park was included in the Baseball America’s Great Parks Calendar. Eight years later it made the cover of America’s Great Parks 2009 Calendar.
PCU CENTREMANITOBA, CANADA
This CM project was completed in two phases and showcased complex sustainable mechanical and electrical systems with strict environmental/jumidity controls. The 150,000 s.f. facility was completed to LEED® Silver specifications and includes two indoor rinks, a running track, and aquatic centre, concessions and offices.
COUNTRY MEADOWS PERSONAL CARE HOMEMANITOBA, CANADA
Located in Neepawa, MB, This personal care home contains 100 individual suites, administrative offices, and common use area. Constructed to achieve LEED® Silver certification, the building uses geothermal system for heating/cooling and designed for overall energy efficient performance.
NORWAY HOUSE SCHOOLMANITOBA, CANADA
The Helen Betty Osborne Ininew Resource Centre (previously named Norway House Cree Nation New Community School) consists of a central core with an open-air Elders' Courtyard, from which flows 4 curved wings. The building configuration emulates an eagle in flight. This K4-12 school, which houses approximately 2,000 students, was turned over to the client on February 27, 2004. This project was delivered under a Construction Management contract.
UNIVERSITY OF MB ABORIGINAL CENTREMANITOBA, CANADA
This 8,482-square-foot, two-storey, $4.8M multi-purpose centre provides offices, meeting rooms, student lounge, computer study area and circular healing centre for Aboriginal students attending the University of Manitoba. This ‘smart building’ utilizes high solar gain windows on north and east faces for maximum heat absorption and moderate solar gain windows on south and west faces to achieve moderate solar absorption. The building uses an energy recovery ventilation system, individual thermostats and watt stoppers. The building incorporates indigenous materials throughout including limestone, Tyndall stone and timber beams.
ECOLE GEORGE V GYM EXPANSIONMANITOBA, CANADA
Gymnasium addition to an early 1900’s historical school, including renovations to the existing library, new elevator to accommodate accessible requirements and new entrance and canopy area. Construction consisted of new piles, concrete foundations, crawlspace, structural floors, hollow core and concrete block. Brick exterior was completed to complement the existing historical building.
INTERNATIONAL POLAR BEAR CONSERVATION CENTREMANITOBA, CANADA
Using the Construction Management delivery model, this institutional building requires high level mechanical controls, safety, and security to house polar bear cubs. IPBCC also has a strong public wildlife and education component, including interactive exhibits and media. This public facility is a key component of the new Journey to Churchill Exhibit currently under construction at the Assiniboine Park Zoo, and was completed on time and under budget.
LYRIC THEATREMANITOBA, CANADA
The Lyric Theatre, a 4,000 square foot facility engineered by SODCL, has been built in the classic Tudor architectural style to complement the existing backdrop of buildings in Assiniboine Park.
CLUB REGENT CASINOMANITOBA, CANADA
SODCL acted as Project Managers for the initial construction of two Winnipeg Entertainment Centres in 1992: Club Regent and McPhillips Street Station. The casinos where each in a theme design, "Tropical" and "Historical Railway Station". The initial design included large bingo halls and slot machines. Expansions and renovations have included Video King gaming, office space and additional theming. The facilities were initially completed for $15 Million each including equipment. Expansions and renovations completed by SODCL added approximately $5 Million to each facility.
BEDFORD PARKADEMANITOBA, CANADA
This project includes the deconstruction of the original historical building to build a 6-storey, 157-stall parking garage, with retail space on the main floor. The new construction incorporates the historical façade to preserve the appearance and aid in the revitalization of downtown Winnipeg.
BANNATYNE PARKADEMANITOBA, CANADA
90,000sf. Design-Build project consisting of 330 parking stalls on 3 levels of a precast concrete parking structure.This design-build facility was fast-tracked over an 9 month period, which included design and building permit applications. The parkade was constructed on an active Health Sciences Centre site, without disruption to on-going hospital traffic and operations.
WESTMOUNT CORPORATE CAMPUS PARKADECALGARY, ALBERTA
The Westmount corporate campus parkade is a new 276,000 ft2 six level pre-cast concrete structure, including elevators, mechanical/electrical, curtain wall, finishes, piling, grade beams, hard and soft landscaping and securing systems.
MIKKELSEN HOUSE SENOIRS RESIDENCESOUTHERN ALBERTA
Mikkelsen House Seniors Residence is an independent living facility consisting of an underground parkade, resident suites, and common living areas. Building structure is structural steel stud and comfloor deck.
VERTIGO MYSTERY THEATRESOUTHERN ALBERTA
The exciting project involved the complete demolition of the existing space and construction of new, state of the art Performance and Rehearsal Studios, an elegant foyer and spatious lounge areas. Workshop and dressing rooms, an oversized elevator and a new exit structure were also integral to the construction process.
WEST LRT PARKADESOUTHERN ALBERTA
The West LRT Parkade is a 8,130 m2 four-storey concrete structure providing 1,000 parking stalls. It features a façade of precast concrete and steel channels, which represent the native trees and grasses of the surrounding area.
CENTRAL ALBERTA CANCER CENTRESOUTHERN ALBERTA
The new Central Alberta Cancer Centre was constructed adjacent to the existing Cancer Centre at the Red Deer Regional Hospital, providing additional treatment and examination rooms and offering radiation therapy for the first time in Central Alberta. The facility is approximately three times the size of the existing centre and includes outpatient clinics, a medical day unit and a pharmacy.
BANFF REC CENTRESOUTHERN ALBERTA
The Fenlands opened December 2010, a spectacular glass/wood centre almost completely rebuilt from the previous facility on the same site. The new centre offers an overhauled 185 x 85 ft ice rink, a new four-sheet curling rink with adjoining lounge, and a new NHL-sized ice sheet. The ice facilities are rounded out with modern, new dressing rooms, laundry and physiotherapy amenities.
PETER LOUGHEED HOSPITALSOUTHERN ALBERTA
The first phase of expansion and renovation involved two additional 50,000 ft2 levels to the existing pre-cast concrete parkade. Construction of a new wing of the hospital marked the initial stages of Phase 2.
RAH ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY CENTRENORTHERN ALBERTA
Canada’s only stand-alone orthopedic surgery centre to perform hip and knee replacements. The new OSC contains four state-of-the-art operating rooms, each equipped with an innovative technology called the Integrated Navigation System.
SHEPHERD'S CARE FACILITY - VANGUARD ADDITIONNORTHERN ALBERTA
To aid in the revitalization of its surrounding neighbourhood, the Vanguard building mimicked the 1914 Vanguard College to both compliment the historic venue and blend seamlessly into the area. The 5-storey addition supplied 11,471 sq.m of much needed space for residents and staff alike.
MACDONALD ISLAND PARKNORTHERN ALBERTA
Recreation centre amenities include an NHL sized arena along with leisure ice surfaces and curling rinks; two indoor fieldhouses surrounded by 200m of running track; and a 10,000 sq.ft fitness centre providing a child mind area. The water facility is the first of its kind in Fort McMurray featuring a ten-lane Olympic size swimming pool, hot tubs, water slides, an innertube river and splash park.
RED DEER CIVIC YARDSNORTHERN ALBERTA
The Red Deer Civic Yards is made up of a number of institutional, industrial-type buildings, constructed on a 28.1 ha (69.5 acres) industrial site. This industrial campus site consists of facilities that house various civic departments and operations.
JASPER PLACE LIBRARYNORTHERN ALBERTA
To say this building will be eye-catching is an understatement, with its intricately curved concrete roof complete with skylights, and the glazed curtain-wall this LEED® Silver design seizes every opportunity
TERWILLEGAR COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTRENORTHERN ALBERTA
The Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre provided Stuart Olson Dominion with new and unique challenges for project coordination and management. Initially starting as a construction management rec centre with a p3 arena component, it evolved into a construction management recreation centre with a design-build arena component. Includes multi-purpose gymnasium, health and wellness centre, aquatic centre, four hockey arenas, child play and minding areas.
UOFA BALMORAL CYCLOTRONNORTHERN ALBERTA
The University of Alberta hired Stuart Olson Dominion for the renovation of the existing building to a laboratory, through an Integrated Project Delivery/Design-Build model This involved the new construction of a concrete vault to house a particle accelerator for production of radioactive isotopes.
ELLERSLIE FIRE HALL NO. 27NORTHERN ALBERTA
Stuart Olson Dominion acted as General Contractor for this LEED® SIlver targeted Fire Hall and Rescue Depot. This 17,000 sq.ft., fire hall is the City of Edmonton’s 27th fire station, and was partially funded through a $4 M grant from the Municipal Sustainability Initiative fund, which supports growing communities.
EDMONTON CITY HALLNORTHERN ALBERTA
Its striking form, pyramid roof and bell tower make Edmonton’s City Hall a prominent focal point in the City’s downtown core. And, as with all happy endings, the building’s ground breaking architectural needs were met with construction success.
EDMONTON CROSS CENTRENORTHERN ALBERTA
The $6.8 million Centre for Biological Imaging and Adaptive Radiotherapy or CBIAR, at Edmonton’s Cross Cancer Institute is highly complex collaboration of a project team that included the Alberta Cancer Board, the Cross Cancer Institute, William Hamilton Architect, Stantec Consulting Group and Alberta Infrastructure. The 9 month fast-tracked project posed significant challenges to both budget and schedule with design and construction running concurrently at several times throughout the duration.