Fulfilling the distinct requirements of multi-family accommodation. Each of these housing projects is designed to emphasize comfort, safety and accessibility while complementing surrounding environments
Port de Mer
A 300-unit addition, split between a new tower and townhouse-style units, on an urban site near the University of Montreal. Planned are new commercial services and linkages to public transit, parks, and underground parking.
2022, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
An addition to a life-lease housing project incorporating 48 wheelchair-accessible luxury suites, a new entry, lobby, and common room. Mechanical and electrical services were integrated and updated.
1995, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Riverside Lions Estates
This 121-unit apartment building was designed for barrier-free use at a time when building codes did not address the specialized design needs of people with physical or other disabilities. This project, the largest of its kind in Canada at the time, called for significant research and development.
1985, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Development of a more welcoming and accessible entrance for this 300-unit midcentury apartment building. Additional work included assessment and repair of the buildings’ deteriorating exterior cladding.
2014, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Vic Wyatt House
A 64-unit luxury seniors housing complex with beautiful views of the Seine River from each unit. The building includes recreation spaces, a greenhouse, and enclosed parking.
1996, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Appartements 1420 rue Crescent
A renovated penthouse, rooftop terrace, and exercise and laundry facilities offer tenants improved services and amenities.
2019, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Five non-traditional apartment buildings, each fitted with eight compact apartments, are located on infill sites and sit comfortably in existing neighbourhoods.
2005–2012, Winnipeg, Manitoba, and Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
This seven-unit condominium is built on a narrow city lot. A newly created street affords grade-level entries to every unit. Custom design cladding is unique to this project.
2005, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
A 25-unit housing complex located near Winnipeg’s centre.
2012, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Royal Lake Cabins
Subdivision planning minimized the impact of development on the existing forest. Five individual cabin plans were designed to fit comfortably into 36 lots. Each cabin has a beautiful view of the lake.
2006, Royal Lake, Ontario, Canada
Hargrave Place Apartments
Exterior cladding renovation to enclose balconies and create more indoor apartment space. Renovation of the penthouse included a new suite and amenity space.
2005–2014, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Habitations de Carillon
Renovations to this 100-unit building, including refurbishment of balconies and exterior cladding, restoration of windows and sliding doors, and upgrading of the main entry.
2016, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Roslyn Court Apartments
Upgrading of building services, including heating, electrical and sprinkler systems within a century-old heritage apartment building.