FCL will use this warehouse to blend and distribute a full suite of crop nutrition products to locally owned Co-op Agro Centres, which then supply these products to their farm customers. The new terminal will have a storage capacity of 34,400 metric tonnes. We designed the building and helped the site with construction lift plans, temporary bracing, and field reviews.
FCL has rail access with a loop track that can accommodate up to 110 train car units, allowing the facility to efficiently receive product from domestic and international suppliers. This building will be used to process the rail cars. We designed the building and helped the site with construction lift plans, temporary bracing, and field reviews.
This building will be used to load product for distribution. The new terminal will be able to fill a super B trailer with straight product in about six minutes! All the buildings on this site used translucent roof panels to let the light in. We worked with the building manufacturer to design the building, and then worked with the site to plan the construction and field reviews.
This water treatment facility will remove selenium and nitrate from mine affected water to maintain the health of the watershed to allow for continued sustainable mining in the region. We helped with engineered lift plans for tanks, equipment, boilers, and building components early on, provided engineered construction sequencing, and assisted with many other design aspects throughout the construction.
No job is too small. We designed the roof deck for this attractive building at UBC and reviewed the installation in the field.
This 80,000 square foot building will be used for dry and cold storage for Tim Horton's. We worked with the deck supplier to optimize the design and provided field reviews.
This transloading facility is a 190 feet wide clear span building that will be used transfer goods between different modes of transportation. For our first project in Quebec, we designed the 118,750 square foot steel building for the manufacturer, and then helped the erector plan the construction using bay lifts, designed the temporary bracing, and provided engineered lift plans.
TRIUMF is Canada's national particle accelerator centre. It is considered Canada's premier physics laboratory, and is consistently regarded as one of the leading subatomic physics research centres on the international level. We designed a fall protection system to be used during maintenance.
This 160 feet wide clear span building has fabric walls and roof, and will be used to store sand and salt for road maintenance. We were happy to help the erector with planning the sequence of erecting, temporary bracing, rigging selection, and engineered lift plans.
This 280 feet wide clear span building will use three large cranes to assemble the first bay lift. We were happy to help the erector with engineered lift plans, rigging selection, temporary bracing, and planning the sequencing of erecting. Boom heights were coordinated with Hamilton Airport requirements.
Vancouver International Airport is expanding again! This project included the design, detailing, and drafting for over 350,000 sq.ft. of steel roof and floor deck throughout the entire terminal addition.
This building required the use of a jack truss along the ridge to allow for a 390 feet clear span. We worked with the erector to provide engineered lift plans and rigging selection for the centre truss, columns, and rafters. These lifts all used multiple cranes needing coordination with Toronto's busy runways.
This clear span building will be used to store salt and sand to support winter road maintenance in the Calgary area.
Steel studs and light gauge framing were designed to form part of this banking kiosk inside of the Great Canadian Superstore
This new store opened in late 2019 and we were happy to design the seismic restraint for suspended items throughout the store.
This long standing ride at Vancouver's Pacific National Exhibition needed a look at some access platforms for workers to perform maintenance and daily inspections.
Corbels and other ornamental items used to decorate the exterior of this beautiful project needed some engineering input, and we were ready and able.
This clear span building addition will be used to expand winter road maintenance services.
This ride at Vancouver's Pacific National Exhibition needed some fall protection anchors to keep workers safe while performing maintenance and inspections.
This beautiful new grocery store involved the design of suspension cables and seismic bracing for the many trellises located throughout the store.
We were able to design and detail the steel roof and floor deck of this Integrated Emergency Hospital expansion.
Filming the thoroughbred horse races at this casino and racecourse is a vital part of the experience! We were able to help protect the people who do it with fall protection systems on the three high towers located around the track.
This davit assembly was added to one of the existing structures at the dam to provide fall protection for its workers, and light auxiliary hoisting capabilities.
Safety is important for this bus maintenance facility that uses fall protection for mechanics working on the top of the busses. We were involved in the design of overhead fall protection that provided more mobility for the workers than what they have been used to.
This project was to completed the structural design of a new repair garage for Niagara Peninsula Energy. This facility includes cranes, mezzanines, decorative exterior panels, and will open in 2019.
Curtis Custom Wheels provides tires to stores throughout North America. Our part of this exciting project was to help with the design and layout of the tire storage racks in their new facility.
There is a new Nissan dealership coming to Spruce Grove, Alberta! This project included the design of aluminum composite panels on the exterior of this beautiful building.
UNIQLO is a Japanese company that is expanding throughout Canada. This project included the design of aluminum composite panels for the new UNIQLO store in Coquitlam Centre.
BC Hydro has upgraded the Ruskin Dam and Powerhouse at Hayward Lake, which flows into the Fraser River. We were happy to be a part of this project by designing permanent horizontal lifelines that will help to keep workers safe during regular maintenance activities
Everyone enjoys a great cup of coffee! We are happy to be a part of one of the newest locations at West Broadway & Balaclava Street in Vancouver, BC. This project included the structural design of all the interior steel stud walls and t-bar ceilings.
Storguard proudly announced that their new car wash, Shine Auto Wash, opened in Coquitlam in 2018. We were also proud to be a part of it by performing field reviews and designing aluminum composite panels that stand out!
The Coast Plaza Hotel & Suites conversion to residential, office and retail uses will create a total of 314 rental units. This project included field reviews and design of all the aluminum composite panels throughout the exterior of the lower floors, and at the top of the high-rise building.
This grocery store is being renovated to serve its customers better! We are happy to provide field reviews and design services for interior steel studs to create new walls and bulkheads that provide the framework for beautiful things to come!
The CVRD added a Biosolids Composting Facility to its current operations in Cumberland, BC. The project involved disassembling an existing building from another site and installing it at its new home. We were happy to provide field reviews, design services, and installation drawings to ensure that the new building configuration works in the new location.
The integrated structure will house 630 student beds in 4 interconnected towers ranging in height from 7 to 14-storeys with a bus exchange, as well as passenger drop-off, and passenger pick-up areas. We were lucky to be a part of this project by providing field reviews and design of the aluminum composite panels for the Driver's Facility.
This Loblaw's grocery store is undergoing a facelift and we were pleased to be invited to help! We provided structural design for the new t-bar ceilings in various areas of the renovation.
Surrey Fire Service is getting a new training centre! The 12,000-square-foot facility will provide multi-function classrooms, simulation spaces, offices and meeting facilities. We provided design of some miscellaneous metals, and field reviews to ensure that the installation was in accordance with the drawings.
This project consisted of the design for roof guards to protect workers while they perform regular building maintenance. The roof guards were applied over existing roof panels to improve safety of the building and the expanding airport.
This H&M store in downtown Vancouver is undergoing a major expansion to serve its customers better! The work was broken down into several phases and focused on keeping the store open while work progressed. Our part included field reviews, and connection design of framing for temporary stairs, new elevators and escalators.
The Cleveland Dam is a 91 m high concrete dam at the head of the Capilano River in North Vancouver. It is not used for generating hydroelectricity, rather it stores a portion of the Lower Mainland's drinking water. This project included the design of a permanent horizontal lifeline across the existing spillway.
TYCROP Trailers has focused on helping their customers succeed for over 40 years. We are proud to help Tycrop improve safety by designing a structure to support permanent horizontal lifelines that will help prevent injuries to their own workers.
Fraserway RV is one of Canada's favourite RV dealers & premiere RV renters. We designed permanent horizontal lifelines to help keep workers safe when working on top of RV units.
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