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Rehabilitation

 

High Rise Residential

 

1935 Haro Street, Vancouver, BC. A 9-storey post-tensioned concrete framed high-rise building, constructed over a below-grade reinforced concrete parking garage. The rehabilitation work included the following: exposed window and upper floors sliding and swing door replacement, face-sealed Exterior Insulated Finish System (EIFS) replacement with exterior insulated rainscreen stucco assembly, brick masonry veneer replacement, cast-in-place concrete wall repairs and recoating, balcony membrane replacement, and roof deck and roof membrane replacement. The construction value was approximately $1,600,000.

 

1111 Haro Street, Vancouver, BC. A 15-storey post-tensioned concrete framed high-rise building, constructed over a below-grade reinforced concrete parking garage.  The rehabilitation work included the following: replacement of the windows and sliding doors, EIFS cladding repairs around windows, roof membrane transitions.  The construction value was approximately $400,000.

 

The Evergreen, 4825 Hazel Street, Burnaby, BC. A 25-storey concrete framed high-rise building, constructed over a below-grade reinforced concrete parking garage.  The rehabilitation  work included the following: replacement of the exposed face-sealed EIFS clad walls with exterior insulated rainscreen stucco assembly, replacement of exposed aluminum punched windows, window-walls, and sliding doors, roof membrane transitions repair, balcony membrane and guard-wall replacement, and more. The construction value was approximately $13,000,000. Sam Daibess, P.Eng., was involved with the design development, design, and early construction stage while with another firm.

 

Discovery Place I, 3980 Carrigan Court, Burnaby, BC. A 25-storey concrete framed high-rise building and 5 low-rise townhouse buildings, constructed over a multi-level below-grade reinforced concrete parking garage.  The maintenance work included the following: balcony membrane re-waterproofing over cantilevered concrete slabs, replacement of perimeter sealant around windows and sliding doors, aluminum window refurbishment, and concrete repairs to architectural concrete walls. The construction value was approximately $800,000.

 

Parklane Towers, 1825 Haro Street, Vancouver, BC. A 12-storey concrete framed high-rise building, constructed over a multi-level below-grade reinforced concrete parking garage.  The rehabilitation work included the following: metal railing replacement, balcony membrane re-waterproofing over cantilevered concrete slabs, and concrete repairs to architectural concrete walls and cantilevered concrete balcony slabs. The construction value is approximately $550,000.

 

The Dunhill, 7288 Acorn Street, Burnaby, BC. A 16-storey concrete framed high-rise building, constructed over a below-grade reinforced concrete parking garage.  The rehabilitation work included the following: replacement of the exposed face-sealed EIFS clad walls with exterior insulated rainscreen stucco assembly, replacement of exposed aluminum punched windows and sliding doors, brick masonry repairs, concrete wall maintenance (e.g. sealing cracks), roof membrane transition repair, balcony membrane transitions, and balcony guard-wall replacement. The construction value was approximately $3,500,000. Sam Daibess, P.Eng., was involved with the design development, design, and early construction stage while with another firm.

 

Parklane Towers, 1825 Haro Street, Vancouver, BC. This window replacement project is following the railing replacement and balcony membrane re-waterproofing project. The rehabilitation work includes the following: exposed window replacement with double glazed aluminum framed windows throughout the building. This project is currently in the construction stage. The construction value is approximately $400,000.   

 

Low Rise Residential

 
1230 Haro Street, Vancouver, BC. A 4-storey wood-framed building over a below-grade reinforced concrete parking garage. This targeted building enclosure rehabilitation project focused on the east facing courtyard wall where there was premature building enclosure failure. The work included the replacement of face-sealed stucco cladding with rain-screen stucco cladding, the replacement of windows and doors, the replacement of balcony and roof deck waterproofing membrane and guardrail system, and at-grade building perimeter re-waterproofing. The construction value was approximately $400,000.
 
1230 Haro Street, Vancouver, BC. This targeted building enclosure rehabilitation project followed the above noted project, and focused on a section of the west facing courtyard wall where there was premature building enclosure failure, mainly at and around the balconies. This is a testament to how satisfied the Strata was with our services, hiring us for a second time to assist them with maintaining the value of their asset. The work included the replacement of the face-sealed stucco cladding with rain-screen stucco cladding at and around the balconies, transitioning to adjacent existing stucco walls, the replacement of balcony waterproofing membrane and guardrail system, and at-grade building perimeter re-waterproofing. The estimated construction value was approximately $200,000.
 
Landmark Mariner, 2366 Wall Street, Vancouver, BC. A 4-storey wood-framed building over a below-grade parking garage . This targeted building enclosure rehabilitation project focused on the southwest corner of the building where there was premature building enclosure failure. The work included the replacement of brick veneer, the replacement of aluminum windows, the replacement of balcony waterproofing membrane, and the reinstatement of the balcony guardrail system. The construction value was approximately $100,000.
 
Lions Manor, 4290 Naughton Avenue, District of North Vancouver, BC (a BC Housing Project). A 4-storey wood-framed building over a below-grade parking garage . This targeted building enclosure rehabilitation project included the replacement of balcony doors, the replacement of balcony waterproofing membrane and guardrail system, partial replacement of the SBS membrane roofing system, and localized wall siding replacement adjacent to the balconies. The construction value was approximately $410,000.
 
Helens Court, 2137 West 1st Ave., Vancouver, BC. Six 4-storey wood-framed buildings over a below-grade parking garage. This targeted building enclosure rehabilitation project included the replacement of the roof deck waterproofing membrane and guardrail system, and localized wall siding replacement adjacent to the roof decks. The construction value was approximately $500,000.
 
Laurel Point, 1518 West 70 Avenue, Vancouver, BC. A 4-storey wood-framed building over a below-grade parking garage . This targeted building enclosure rehabilitation project focused on a section of the east wall of the building where there was premature building enclosure failure. The work includes the replacement of face-sealed stucco cladding, the replacement of aluminum windows, roof deck and balcony waterproofing membrane transitions, and replacement of the guardrail system. Our involvement was in the design stage. The  construction value was approximately $60,000.
 
Shaunavon Apartments, 1860 Haro Street, Vancouver, BC. A 4-storey concrete and wood-framed building, of approximately 70 years of age. This building enclosure rehabilitation project focused on a wood framed section of the north wall of the building. The work included the replacement of face-sealed stucco cladding with an exterior insulated rainscreen stucco assembly, the replacement of the single glazed wood framed windows with double glazed vinyl windows, and concrete repairs.  The construction value was approximately $80,000.
 
Victoria Gardens, 1823 East 11th, Vancouver, BC (a BC Housing Project). A 4-storey wood-framed building over a below-grade parking garage garage. This full building enclosure rehabilitation project included the replacement of stucco cladding with rainscreen fibre cement siding, the replacement of windows and doors, the replacement of balcony waterproofing membrane and guardrail system, re-roofing, and at-grade building perimeter re-waterproofing. The construction value was approximately $1,400,000. Sam Daibess, P.Eng., acted as the field engineer and project manager, while with another firm.
 
Robinson Residence, 1808 McNicoll Ave, Vancouver, BC.  A 3-storey wood-framed single family dwelling. This full building enclosure rehabilitation project included the replacement of stucco cladding, the replacement of windows and doors, the replacement of balcony and deck waterproofing membranes and guard systems, re-roofing, and at-grade building perimeter re-waterproofing. The construction value was approximately $350,000.
 
Holzheimer Residence, 4773 Westwood Drive, West Vancouver BC. A 3-storey wood-framed single family dwelling.  This full building enclosure rehabilitation project included the replacement of horizontal wood siding, the reinstatement of windows and doors into fully waterproofed rough openings, the replacement of balcony and deck waterproofing membranes and guard systems, wall to roof membrane transtions, and localized at-grade building perimeter re-waterproofing. Our involvement is in the design stage. The construction value is approximately $500,000.
 

Commercial

 

294 E 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC.  A 2-storey commercial wood-framed building. This targeted building enclosure rehabilitation project included the replacement of stucco cladding, the replacement of windows and doors, the transition between the wall and the existing SBS roofing assembly, and at-grade building perimeter re-waterproofing. The construction value was approximately $300,000.

 

Institutional

 

Victory House, 353 East Cordova, Vancouver, BC (a BC Housing Project).  A 4-storey concrete framed low-rise building over a single level below-grade parking garage.  Victory House is a health care residence for adults with chronic mental illness. This full building enclosure rehabilitation project included the replacement of stucco cladding, the replacement of windows and doors, re-roofing, and at-grade building perimeter re-waterproofing. The construction value was approximately $1,600,000. Sam Daibess, P.Eng., acted as the field engineer and project manager, while with another firm.
 
Riverside Elementary, 20575 Thorne Ave., Maple Ridge, BC (a combined BC Housing and School District 42 Project).  A 1-storey wood framed institutional building. This building enclosure rehabilitation project focused on a section of the school. The work included the replacement of stucco cladding, the replacement of windows and doors, re-roofing, and at-grade building perimeter re-waterproofing. The construction value was approximately $1,500,000. Sam Daibess, P.Eng., acted as the field engineer and project manager, while with another firm.
 
Trinity Western University - Northwest Student Campus, Langley, BC. A 4-storey concrete framed low-rise building.  The northwest student campus is a student residence that suffered premature building enclosure failure due to water ingress. This full building enclosure rehabilitation project included the replacement of cladding with durable and low maintenance cladding materials (exterior insulated drained cavity system with Swiss Pearl panels and Terra Cotta tiles), 2 ply SBS roof membrane, and aluminum windows. Sam Daibess, P.Eng., acted as the field engineer and project manager, while with another firm.