This collection of 7 executive-style townhomes is found in the heart of Lynn Valley in North Vancouver. Situated in a densely treed urban area, the project successfully overcame specific challenges including its compact footprint and tree protection requirements. With elegant interiors and nature-inspired exteriors featuring cultured stone and cedar, Ross Residence meets BUILT GREEN® gold-level standards.
This mixed-use building features 43 residential units atop 10,000 sq. ft. of commercial space, and is the first 6-storey wood-frame building in BC. The project made use of a previously empty infill lot in the downtown Maple Ridge core and is a key component in the push to increase density in the core of the city.
This 6,800 sq. ft. dining hall and commercial kitchen in the UBC Malcolm Knapp Research Forest is an important component of the picturesque Loon Lake Lodge & Retreat Centre, home to Camp Good Times. The majority of the wood used in the building was sustainably harvested from the surrounding forest and milled on site to complement the incredible natural surroundings.
This two-story professional building in the heart of downtown Maple Ridge was built on a lot that had stood empty for nearly 100 years. The project helped kickstart Maple Ridge’s downtown revitalization. Tekton now houses their own offices in this beautiful building with sweeping mountain and river views.
Located in the UBC Malcolm Knapp Research Forest, this washroom and gateway facility is used primarily by Camp Good Times, a camp for children with cancer and their families based at beautiful Loon Lake.