Residential

New Construction Mid-rise & Low-rise Multi-residential Projects

 
1460 Bute Street, Vancouver, BC (Merrick Architecture)
Mid-rise concrete frame residential building. The exterior wall construction is a combination of painted concrete walls, exterior insulated drained cavity metal panels, and aluminum frame windows and doors. The building’s main roof consists of low-slope SBS roofing system. The project is currently in the schematic and design development stage.
 
 
1860 Barclay Street, Vancouver, BC (Merrick Architecture)
Mid-rise concrete frame residential building. The building envelope design is not finalized yet. The exterior wall construction isexpected to have a combination of painted concrete walls, stone veneer clad walls, and aluminum frame windows and doors. The building’s main roof consists of low-slope SBS roofing system. The project is currently in the schematic and design development stage.
 
 
1540 Grant Street Development, Vancouver, BC
The development consisted of nine (9) three-level town homes. The building was of wood-frame construction with below grade shared parking garage and storage rooms. The exterior wall cladding consists primarily of fibre cement siding. The townhomes have decks on Level 3 and the roof. The building’s main roofs consist of an asphalt shingle sloped roof.The roof is sloped and the material used was to be asphalt shingles.

 
4338 Commercial Street, Vancouver, B.C. (Wilson Chang Architects Inc.)
4-storey mixed-use building, constructed over a two level below-grade reinforced concrete parking structure. The exterior wall construction is a combination of fibre cement siding, painted concrete walls, and stucco cladding with brick veneer on the ground floor. The building’s main roofs consist of low- slope roofs.
 

10672-140 Street and 10708-140 Street, Surrey, BC.
The two Low-rise buildings are four (4)-storey wood frame structures with balconies and low-slope roofs as well as a below-grade concrete parking structure. The project is currently in the schematic and design development stage.