Recent Projects

Tractor shelter

Friday, February 17, 2017

This 25 x 40 shelter was installed by our team in Squamish to shelter equipment. The building is fully enclosed on three sides and installed on a foundation of lock blocks.


CSA A660-10 Certification

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Our CSA A660-10 Certification ensures the quality of every building that we install. We engineer our buildings for durability, and we have the certification to show that we are adhering to the current standards of the National Building Code of Canada:

"The CAN/CSA A660 Standard was developed to help officials in reviewing building permit applications for projects that use pre-engineered steel buildings, and to ensure that buyers receive a quality product.

Companies which hold A660 certification are required to have and maintain a quality management system similar to the more generic ISO 9001 certification, but much more detailed and specific to the manufacture of steel building systems. Maintaining a quality management system involves independent and on-going verification by the CWB of the manufacturer’s design systems to ensure compliance to Canadian Standards. In addition, through periodic audits, CWB personnel review the manufacturer’s fabrication procedures starting from incoming raw material right through to the finished product."
~ CWB group


Sky-high lean-to structures

Friday, January 1, 2016

We completed work on two fully enclosed lean-to shelters on the rooftop of a downtown Vancouver tower.


New lean-to structure complete

Thursday, July 30, 2015

We just completed the trim work on this 80 x 136 lean-to structure which reaches a peak height of 34 feet. This lean-to will provide ample storage space and protection from the elements.


New exterior for an old airplane hangar

Thursday, July 16, 2015

We recently updated a 20-year old fabric building with new galvanized sheet metal sides and roll formed roof. This 42 x 30 airplane hangar housed at CZBB Boundary Bay Airport was in great shape, but the owner required an update to an all metal facade. The new look was created using 24 gauge galvanized sides and 24 gauge roll formed roof. Existing fabric garage door and man door left in place.


165 x 25 shelter for cargo inspection

Thursday, July 2, 2015

We just completed work on this new 165 x 25 structure mounted to an above-grade foundation. This building provides shelter from the elements at a cargo inspection facility.


Insulated fabric structure

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Insulating a fabric structure allows the building to retain heat and limits condensation.


Retractable Fabric Roof

Monday, July 22, 2013

Manually retractable fabric roof


Penticton B.C.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

50' wide x 150' long " Barn Style " building


Penticton B.C.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Inside view of the Barn Style building


Fabric Partition Wall

Friday, May 17, 2013

70' wide x 30' high fire-rated PVC fabric partition wall with mesh vents.


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