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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The MASI Design Awards celebrate the best of interior design throughout Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, recognizing design excellence and contributions to the built environment. We are thrilled to receive a Silver award in the Institutional/Healthcare category for the NAIT Productivity and Innovation Centre at the 2019 MASI Design Awards. Congratulations to the design team!
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
We’re happy to announce that the NAIT Productivity and Innovation Centre won an AWMAC Award of Excellence for Outstanding Guarantee and Inspection Service (GIS) over $500 K! GIS ensures that the quality of materials and workmanship of the architectural woodwork specified are in compliance with the current Architectural Woodwork Standards (AWS) at time of tender.
Almost there! With 310,000 litres of concrete poured and pressed last week, the GEC designed Civic Precinct Surface and Fountain Renewal Project space is one major step closer to its summer 2019 completion.
GEC is designing the renewal of the Civic Precinct Surface and Fountain Renewal Project, located across from Edmonton City Hall. Construction started in August 2018 on the 25-year-old infrastructure, which had reached the end of its life-cycle. The design will result in a safer, more accessible plaza that will serve Edmontonains for many years to come.
Today, CBC’s The National will be hosting a live panel event discussing the economy and future of Alberta at our recently completed NAIT Productivity and Innovation Centre. The National Conversation is a chance for all Canadians to have their say and ask their questions about the future of Alberta. From oil and gas and pipeline, to the energy sector, to the broader economy. What does the future of Alberta look like, how does it impact the rest of the country, and how can we prepare for the future? Attendees will have a chance to ask questions of Premier Notley, policymakers, analysts and front-line stakeholders with insight into the challenges and opportunities that Alberta faces.
Livestream of the discussion can be viewed on the National’s Facebook page on February 5 at 6:00-7:30 p.m. MT (8:00-9:30 p.m. ET): https://www.facebook.com/thenational/