Community

Rosalie's VillageDistrict of Saanich

The St. Vincent de Paul Society constructed a 38-unit,  multi-family residential building and eight townhouse units for women and families escaping viloence and poverty. 

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550 Goldstream Avenue

M’akola Development Services constructed a 4 storey mixed use building with 36 affordable housing units and commercial space for the M'akola Housing Society.

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BC AmbulanceCity of Langford

Westbrook Consulting provided Civil Engineering Services for the design and construction of a regional BC Ambulance facility and dispatch center located on Leigh Road in the City of Langford. 

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Hope CenterDistrict of Sooke

M’akola Development Services constructed a 4 storey, mixed-use building with 25 affordable housing units and over 3,100 square feet of commercial space at 6750 West Coast Road in the downtown core of the District of Sooke.

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Rock Bay Landing Transitional HousingCity of Victoria

The Cool Aid Society constructed a supportive housing residence, consisting of 80 shelter beds and 23 self-contained supportive housing units, in Victoria’s Rock Bay area.

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Burnside Gorge Community Centre

Constructed on a former brownfield site adjacent to Cecelia Creek Park, the Burnside Gorge Community Centre incorporated innovative and sustainable features to make it eligible to achieve LEED silver accreditation.  The 1400 square meter community centre was commissioned by the City of Victoria to be designed to integrate the building and site into the adjacent riparian, aquatic, and parkland spaces.

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M’Akola TS’I’TS’UWATUL’ LELUM Residence City of Duncan

The Ts’i’ts’uwatul’ Lelum (pronounced Ts-ee-tsu-wa-tul Lay-lum) residence, located on Cowichan Band land, south of the City of Duncan, is a 52,000 square foot residence constructed by the M’akola Housing Society, BC Housing and Vancouver Island Health Association.

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Mt Douglas ManorDistrict of Saanich

In response to a need for affordable housing for the increasing senior citizen population, the Anglican diocese, in conjunction with the Mt Douglas Seniors Housing Society, designed and constructed an 84-unit residential building. The $10 million project shares a site with an existing building occupied by the Mt Douglas Court residence.

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