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Shane Homes YMCA is Featured in Canadian Architect

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Shane Homes YMCA is Featured in Canadian Architect

The Shane Homes YMCA at Rocky Ridge is featured in Canadian Architect Magazine this month, including being selected as the magazine’s cover project! Canadian Architect is a magazine for architects and related professionals practicing in Canada. Canada’s only monthly design publication, Canadian Architect has been in continuous publication since 1955.

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Shane Homes YMCA Is Featured In sb Magazine

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Shane Homes YMCA Is Featured In sb Magazine

The Shane Homes @YMCA at Rocky Ridge is featured in this month’s issue of sb Magazine! sb, a globally-distributed publication, features the newest sports, recreation and wellness facilities around the world. https://www.iaks.org/en/sb-magazine/32018/pools-and-wellness-facilities

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Congrats YYC LINK

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Congrats YYC LINK

YYC LINK took home one of the Calgary Awards! GEC partner, Gary Mundy, accepted The Award for Accessibility, which recognizes buildings that excel in accessibility to create inclusive spaces. Job well done team! 

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Bridging Communities

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Bridging Communities

The Pedestrian Overpass in Calgary’s Westbrook neighborhood is getting a makeover! The current overpass will be removed, making way for a new structure that addresses accessibility in this busy pedestrian corridor. Construction on this GEC-designed bridge starts this year!  

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Remington YMCA Wins!

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Remington YMCA Wins!

Last night the Remington YMCA won a Wood WORKS! Alberta Prairie Wood Design Award! Winning in the category of Recreational Wood Design, the award for this urban recreation facility recognizes the recipient’s ability to push the boundaries of wood in construction.

The Remington YMCA uses wood as its main structural element, creating a warm and welcoming environment for its users.  Wood also provides two architectural advantages: first, it can be an economical solution for long span structures over gymnasiums and swimming pools; and second, wood’s natural preservative properties make it optimal for use in humid pool environments. Congratulations to the team!

 

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