Okanagan College Student Residence – Vernon Campus

Vernon, BC


This 4-storey Student Housing Facility will provide 101 beds of student accommodation, a child care facility and other related programming. The structure is comprised of light wood frame construction with some feature elements incorporating mass timber. The project will meet the requirements of BC Energy Step Code Level 4. Learn more


Architect: Faction Projects

VAHA McHardy

Vancouver, BC


This development includes approximately 100 units of affordable housing, arranged over 6 storeys above grade with a single below-grade parkade. The design incorporates light wood framing in conjunction with nailed shear walls, and also uses pre-panelized construction to shorten the construction period.

The project is targeting Passive House certification. Learn more


Architect: ZGF

Capilano University Student Residence

North Vancouver, BC


This new Student Housing Facility will provide 362 beds of student accommodation and related facilities. The project is comprised of a 6-storey student residence of 87,000 sq.ft. (light wood frame on concrete transfer slab), and a 1-storey dining hall of 7,000 sq.ft. (mass timber on shallow concrete foundation). Learn more…


Architect: IBI Group/HDR

Kin Collection Townhomes

Burnaby, BC


A mixture of stacked townhomes and 3-storey ground-oriented townhomes of light wood frame construction, this project will provide 124 units totalling approximately 163,700 sq. ft., with a single-level underground parkade. The development includes indoor and outdoor amenities including landscaped courtyards, gardens, and a playground connected to green public spaces. Learn more 


Architect: Integra Architecture

550 East Broadway

Vancouver, BC


This mixed-use development comprises 3 storeys of residential above 2 commercial units at ground. The upper storeys are framed using point-supported CLT, with the lateral forces resisted by CLT shear walls. The level 2 transfer slab and structure below is constructed using reinforced concrete. Learn more


Architect: Gair Williamson / MGA