We are officially moved in! Our new home is now in the GEC-designed West Block, located on the corner of 142 Street NW and Stony Plain Road. Come by, say hi and check out the new space! For more information about West Block, please visit: https://www.gecarchitecture.com/west-block-condo-redevelopment
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We’re excited to see the NAIT Productivity and Innovation Centre featured on the cover of the latest Construction Canada magazine! Check out the latest issue by clicking the link: https://www.constructioncanada.net/publications/de/201907/index.html
Our YYC Baggage Handling System project, in collaboration with Supermétal, was a 2019 Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) Award Finalist. Congratulations to all who participated! For more information (and an in-depth video) about the BHS project at YYC, click on the following link: http://ow.ly/MvSO50u5Dzg
This week, Ronald McDonald House Charities announced plans for a new Ronald McDonald House to be built in Medicine Hat! GEC is proud of our long-standing relationship with Ronald McDonald House – an important organization that provides a home away from home for families with children receiving medical care in hospital. Scheduled to open in December 2019, the GEC-designed Medicine Hat House will be the 4th Ronald McDonald House in Alberta.
The University of Alberta’s Peter Lougheed Hall received the AWMAC Award of Excellence for Outstanding GIS (Guarantee and Inspection Service) for use of Millwork in a project over $250k. Overlooking the North Saskatchewan river, PLH is a landmark student residence that aims to create an inclusive undergraduate leadership development program through an immersive living and learning experience.
We’re proud to welcome Ashli MacDonald as an Associate with GEC! She excels in managing projects using Building Information Modeling (BIM) and cloud technology to develop coordinated construction documents, regardless of the size of project. Ashli’s experience ranges from LRT redevelopments to mixed-use housing projects to early education K-12 schools. Congratulations Ashli!
We’re proud to welcome Rob Gairns as an Associate with GEC! Transitioning into the architecture in 2014, Rob brings a knowledge of responsive design uniquely built upon the human experience. He has been a important part of the design and implementation of GEC’s projects at YYC, as well as the new NAIT Productivity and Innovation Centre. Congratulations Rob!
We’re proud to welcome Leslie Webb as an Associate with GEC! Leslie has been with GEC since 2013 and has been an important part of the firm’s growth. She has worked on several high-profile GEC projects across western Canada including the feasibility study for the Canmore Nordic Centre redevelopment and the design of the University of Alberta’s Varsity Arena. Congratulations Leslie!