McCallum Junction

This project is a 3 story office building in the new McCallum Junction in Abbotsford, BC. The bottom floor is a mix of concrete and steel, and the top 2 floors are all steel. There are also indoor and outdoor railings for the project that needed to be fabricated, supplied, and installed on-site. The challenge for this project was erecting and storing the material while the neighboring business was open and operating.

With lots of coordination and teamwork between the contractor, consultants, and precise detailing by our team, the erection process went smoothly allowing for successful project completion.

Phantom Creek Estates Winery

A luxury high end-winery in Osoyoos, BC with curved steel to make up sections of the roofline and a hanging observation balcony. There was a wide range of steel products used for this building which included structural steel, aluminum grating, stainless steel for grates, and rails and plate steel that made up many connections and a custom 4-story stair with 12 flights of stairs.

Our scope of work for the project was steel structure which included upgrades to an existing repurposed concrete base building, feature balcony steel including rails, steel stairs, and miscellaneous steel. The miscellaneous steel included canopies, ladders, work platforms, electrical chase on the underside of feature stair, templates for sandblasting tactile warning strips in exterior amphitheater concrete stairs, custom-designed steel support for glazing doors in the hospital wing, custom-designed glass guard rails support steel for hospitality wing balcony, and masonry and brick support.

Some of the challenges faced during this project were connections that needed to be made and cast in place concrete and masonry walls. Constant coordination between our team and the erectors (Preferred Steel), and the GC (Ledcor Construction) was required to make sure everything was a good fit when it arrived on site.

Meridian Corner

A shopping center in Abbotsford, BC that would become home to Shoppers Drug Mart and TD Canada Trust. The structure was multi-level built from concrete, masonry walls, and structural steel. Architecturally pleasing, it required demountable canopies because of property easements and structural steel on the roof framing to support gauge steel framing that made up the sloping parapet roof lines.

Our scope of work for the project was steel structure, stairs, canopies, and a roof screen structure that was independent of the roof structure. Roof screen framing was bolted to several 24″ x 24″ pavers while accounting for elevations changes to the roof. Misc steel included handrails, guardrails, interior and exterior stairs, loading dock rails, garbage enclosure gates, and rails for a long wheelchair-accessible ramp.