Project Highlights

Holiday Inn 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.


745 Thurlow Office Tower
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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
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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.
Scotiabank Cineplex Theater
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A total of 12,500 square feet of theatre and main floor retail space was added to the Saskatoon Scotiabank Cineplex Theatre for this project. Many upgrades were completed, including three VIP experience theatres, lounge area, and a premium in-theatre food service. Expanding the theatre has made the location a true entertainment hub, elevating the experience for movie-goers and patrons alike.
Savanna Energy Services Shop & Office Complex
N Alberta
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This project included the design, fabrication, and installation of three buildings and an office spanning two sites. Site one is comprised of two buildings, a drilling building totalling 64,000 square feet and a 15,200 square feet fabrication building on a 30-acre land parcel. Site two consists of a 38,400 square foot facility on eight acres of land. The project was completed ahead of schedule despite working through harsh winter conditions and a difficult environmental site.
Edmonton Valley Zoo Entry & Wander Exhibit
N Alberta
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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.
Mac Don Parts Distribution Centre
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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. 
Fort St. John Hospital
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The first of its size in Northern Canada, the Fort St. John Hospital provides a state-of-the-art, LEED® Gold healthcare facility to the community. This highly anticipated hospital replacement included expanding care to 55 beds, residential care for seniors, and integration of food, laundry and material building services through a public-private partnership delivery model. Consideration of patient experience is showcased throughout with wall color and patterns, healing art themes, and views from room windows helping create a calm and relaxing environment.