Architectural Projects



Vancouver General Hospital:


The master redevelopment plan at VGH allows for an increase in floor area of 8% while reducing site coverage by 2%. One of the outcomes of the plan will be the creation of 7.7 acres of public open space and development of 700,000 sqft of medical technology research and development space. Designs for the proposed redevelopment has successfully incorporated innovative technology and mixed use components with existing City policy statements and public comments. The 1906 Heather Pavilion will be restored as a functional centerpiece of the Master Plan.

Quest University:


Quest University Canada is located in the coastal mountain community of Squamish, British Columbia, between Vancouver (70 km south) and Whistler (60km north), host cities of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games.Quest University Canada is located in the coastal mountain community of Squamish, British Columbia, between Vancouver (70 km south) and Whistler (60km north), host cities of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. The University's 60-acre campus borders on Garibaldi Provincial Park, a protected wilderness area with miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. To the West and South, classrooms and student housing overlook the rugged peaks and valleys of the Tantalus Mountains and Howe Sound, Canada's southernmost fjord. These natural surroundings provide a dramatic and inspiring backdrop to the academic and social activities on campus.

Park Royal Intersection:


The intersection at Marine Drive and Park Royal replaced the west vehicle overpass. It provides an all turns at-grade signal protected pedestrian crossing and vehicular access across Marine Drive. Elevating the look, feel and character or the intersection is the goal. Making the entry and exit of the community a better experience for residences and guests.

Concord Plaza:


The conceptual design of the parks, public open space and Seawall Walk was developed at the overall Design Panel stage. Subsequently, the site was divided into new neighbourhoods, the first two to be built being International Village (with Andy Livingstone Park) and Yaletown. The Seawall Walk included development of a variety of edge conditions, which responded to both environmental concerns and public us issues, including the incorporation of public art.

North Vancouver Municipal Skate Park:


A stormwater management plan was including in this youth skate park, helping not only to improve the environment, but also educate the youth about the value of the environment. This stormwater management plan actually reduced impermeable area by one third.

Stanley Park ‘S’ Curve:


A design was created to compliment a redesign of the causeway at Stanley Park, including the reconstruction of two overpasses. Included in this design is the native re-vegetation of the lagoon edge from the existing Stanley Park forest edge to Chilco Street; the transformation of the existing Chilco Bus Loop into park space; the creation of an urban plaza at Coal Harbour and the incorporation of a new bus loop off Pipeline Road in Stanley Park.


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