We constructed the foundation and wood frame for the Tillicum Lelum band's daycare in Nanaimo in 2017. A unique design made this one interesting and challenging. The end result was a smooth integration of glu-lam timbers and traditional wood frame.
This project was for BC Hydro with PCL as the construction management team. We constructed the foundations for the installation of the engineered steel building, with accurate anchor bolt placement for easy erection.
The 20,000 sq. ft. Ucluelet First Nation Community Center is a 2 story wood building containing offices, lounges, meeting rooms, and a commercial kitchen as well as a Gymnasium. Architect: Scott M. Kemp. General Contractor: Humphrey Construction.
Athecon Projects was brought in to complete the wood frame structure and exterior finishes. This was a unique project that presented many interesting challenges with the design, and of course the lovely winter West Coast weather. The end result is a beautiful building for the Ucluelet First Nation.