The Future is Wood! Using CLT Panels for Better, More Eco-Friendly Construction

By |July 24th, 2017|blog|

If you’re in Vancouver and have any connection to the construction world, you may have heard of Brock Commons – several years ago the University of British Columbia embarked on a project to build the world’s tallest “mass wood” structure. 17 stories of student residence later, Brock Commons has attracted international attention – and answered some […]

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Demolition in Burnaby, Recycling in South Vancouver

By |July 13th, 2017|blog|

We’re excited to break ground on a new project in Burnaby in mid-September, but, in the meantime, we’ll break some other stuff! This lot in the Capitol Hill area and will soon be home to two custom homes. Making way for the new structures meant an efficient day of demo on the site, after chatting […]

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Pouring Concrete in the Sun

By |July 6th, 2017|blog|

Remember the Great Wall of Eastridge?

Our guys started the next stage of building this week when they did a concrete pour into the foundation of the home’s soon-to-be garage, and built a set of stairs.

It was a gorgeous day for a tough job!

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Introducing the Hythe House

By |June 29th, 2017|blog|

We recently completed a build out in Burnaby – this prime time show home is as eco-friendly as it is attractive, with stunning views of the inlet, downtown, and North Shore mountains.

This small masterpiece was designed by Wensley Architecture for a fantastic couple of clients, and went through several rounds of fine tuning over the course of a […]

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The Great Wall of Eastridge

By |June 22nd, 2017|blog|

Last week our team made big gains on the Eastridge Project, where we’re currently building a gorgeous luxury home on one of the steepest slopes we’ve ever worked on.

Because of steepness of hillside on this piece of land, normal procedures for building the foundation did not suffice.

The team had to excavate to solid bedrock in order […]

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