Carl’s Jr. Restaurants – Guildford Town Centre and Port Coquitlam Oxford Connector
Work consisted of entire fit out of tenant spaces to fully operational restaurants
Bank of Montreal Building Envelope Renewal – 3290 Grandview Hwy.
Work consisted of the replacement of the roofing system, replacement of existing stone cladding with aluminum metal panels, repair of EIFS wall and stucco cladding deficiencies and application of elastomeric coating and sealants.
SFU West Mall Complex – Renewal of Exterior Wall Assemblies.
Work consisted of demolition, installation of densshield, caulking and fluid-applied sheathing, and re-cladding of tile walls
Exterior envelope upgrade of a storied heritage building currently operating as a popular museum
Work consisted of exterior envelope upgrade of the building during the winter season, including removal of the existing roof surfaces and equipment and replacement with a new roof surface and all flashings/gutters/scuppers/vents, bracing of the Cordova Street parapet and provision of a ventilated wood frame back enclosure, restoration and cleaning of the front facade masonry, rehabilitation of wood, steel frame and pressed sheet metal windows on all four elevations, sill rehabilitation of the entry arched window, and exterior painting of windows and metal work
Replaced over 1,000 window sash with new sealed double glazed units throughout the building
Work consisted of construction and installation of 1,000 new wood sash fit with new sealed double glazed units. Crew was trained to perform lead abatement without any safety-related incidents. Located a non-profit organization who used more than sixty percent of the sash in their construction projects thus avoiding the landfill. Devised a method to refurbish 75-year old hardware without using any harmful chemicals and re-used all existing hardware close to original finish.
Entrusted by Public Works with a million-dollar plumbing upgrade to a vital federal building responsible for regulating food safety, animal health, and plant health while occupied at all times. Seamlessly overcame challenges with laboratory access, working in live labs, and working around lab technicians.
Work consisted of renovation and replacement of damaged domestic water piping, reinstatement of all finishes including all affected walls, ceilings, floors, and millwork
Phased targeted building envelope repairs in a fully operational elementary school
Work consisted of the removal of the face sealed stucco and EIFS cladding at selected wall and soffit areas and the installation of new stucco cladding onto a drained and vented rain screen cavity, installation of insulation and a vapour barrier at interior walls, re-glazing with new sealed insulating glazing units on all windows, replacement of door weather stripping, replacement of skylights, installation of cement board to protect existing exposed foundation waterproofing
Exterior retrofit and window rehabilitation to a massive detention facility
Work consisted of masonry repointing, window caulking, pressure washing and sealing, painting
Repairs of exterior concrete surfaces
Work consisted of routing and sealing of cracks, application of penetrating sealer, pressure washing and painting of all exposed concrete substrates
Navigated a $1.5 million domestic water piping replacement in the iconic Vancouver City Hall, a twelve-storey tower that is home to the Vancouver City Council. Worked with drawings that were based on old and obsolete information while the building was occupied at all times, plumbing chases were asbestos-containing; majority of work was completed in a confined space tunnel, two 50ft-long trenches across the public driveway were each completed on a weekend without any interruption to the public
Work consisted of installation of new domestic hot and cold piping throughout the building and implementation of a parallel system to avoid disruption to building occupants, insulation of all new piping, fire stopping, x-ray and coring of new holes, removal of all accessible abandoned, exposed piping, opened and repaired walls, ceilings, and floors to the original finish, removed and replaced plumbing fixtures, cupboards, counter tops, mirrors, lights, exit signs, smoke and heat detectors, wallpaper to facilitate the installation of piping, excavated two 50ft-long and 10ft-deep trenches across the public driveway in order to connect two storm lines, worked with City hazmat contractors and contained all the work within barricaded areas to eliminate discomfort or possible health hazards to the occupants