King George Hub

King George Hub

King George HUB at the Station is a substantial site at a pivotal location at the intersection of King George Boulevard and Fraser Highway in Surrey. CCS is anchored at the site’s highest profile adjacent to the transit hub, CCS plaza and the retail high street. King George Station will be developed in 3 phases over the next several years.  
The development will feature two residential towers (738 units), a large format retailer, food and drug, service retailers, and restaurants. It will capitalize on the many and varied transit users, access by car, office users and adjacent residential. CCS plaza will be animated by restaurants/food service and provide access and respite for both transit users and office workers. Pedestrian access and connectivity with adjacent properties, street and public transit is a priority.


Location: Surrey

Size: 850,000 sf



13335 King George

13335 King George

13335 King George Blvd is a residential, transit-oriented development comprised of three tower and two mid-rise buildings, to be constructed in five phases. The site is prominent along this major thoroughfare into Surrey City Centre. It includes a plaza space to engage the future creek pathway planned across the street. It includes a daycare and cafe, as well as a generous courtyard-style plaza for residents.
There are over 1000 units, and they include 2-bed and 3-bed townhomes, condos, rental apartments, and penthouses for a diverse mix of housing. There is a daycare included for both residents and heighbours. Three corner plazas punctuate this 16,000 sq.m. site. District energy connection is required for this development, and Step Code 2 energy perfomance is planned. The building envelopes have a reduced percentage of glazing to reduce energy load and improve building performance using a passive solution.


Location: Surrey

Size: 900,000 sf

Client: New Great Land Developing Ltd.



High Street

High Street

High street is a 600,000 square foot open-air shopping centre bringing urban lifestyle shopping to the Fraser Valley. The three-level centre includes fashion, food, services and entertainment on the main street shopping level, a large format important anchor tenant – Walmart Supercenter – on the lower level, and office space and an 11-screen Cineplex VIP cinema on the second level.  
This compact design requires one-third of the land base of comparable centres, relieving sprawl pressures while making it much more adaptable as an urban infill project. Innovation by design and use of high-end finishes enhance and optimize the social experience, emulating the vibrancy found in town squares.


Location: Abbotsford

Size: 600,000 sf



Guildford Town Centre Expansion

Guildford Town Centre Expansion

The Guildford Town Centre project is a renovation and 414,100 sf retail expansion of an existing mall, which recently celebrated its 45th anniversary.  The primary objective of the project is to position Guildford Town Centre to regain its market share and to integrate and modernize a new identity for the Centre, capitalizing on its location.  
The main elements of the expansion are the construction of a new 160,000 sq. ft Wal*Mart Supercentre on one level with roof top parking above, two new parkades accommodating 5,870 parking stalls, and a two-level 212,100 sf addition to the south of the existing centre, which will be the home to a new feature food court and new, high-end tenants. The multi-phase project will be complete in the fall of 2014. The project is a collaboration between MCM and Callison.


Location: Surrey

Size: 550,000 sf



Morgan Crossing

Morgan Crossing

Morgan Crossing is a new, vibrant township centre with contemporary architecture featuring 444 residential units and approximately 64 retail stores. The total retail space is estimated to be 430,000 sf. Urban amenities and environmental developments such as landscaping, way-finding graphics, lighting and water features connect the experience for both the shopper and the residents of this new community.   
The wide Main Street encourages pedestrian intermingling and views of shopping opportunities. The rich use of split stone, brick, wood, metal panel, shingle siding, and landscape furnishings and planting, reinforce the feel and character of the project. This project is a joint-venture with F&A Architects in California, Creekside Architects and MCM.


Location: Surrey

Size: 580,000 sf

Client: Larco Investments Ltd. c/o Morgan Crossing Properties Ltd.



Electronic Arts Phase 1 - Burnaby Campus

Electronic Arts Phase 1 – Burnaby Campus

This multi-building campus is designed to support the unique activities in the development of interactive entertainment software and to provide a distinctive architectural image compatible with its corporate goals. It is a 360,000sf multi-phase secure high-tech work environment on an 11-hectare site with 2178 parking stalls that incorporates a complex program including workspace, a motion-capture studio, audio studio, library, large teaching/meeting facilities, cafeteria, gymnasium, soccer field, and a fitness facility. The building terraces in response to the sloping site, taking advantage of northern views and creating accessible green roofs.  
A glazed atrium “street” acts as lightwell, return air plenum, circulation spine and orientation element for the project as well as casual meeting space reinforced with coffee stations and meeting rooms. Space planning is flexible due to the large structural module, access floor, refined window grid and no ceiling. The facility is inspirational, connects people, increases productivity/happiness and promotes wellness.


Location: Burnaby

Size: – 



Electronic Arts Phase 2 - Burnaby Campus

Electronic Arts Phase 2 – Burnaby Campus

Electronic Arts Phase 2 completes the penultimate build-out of this campus with the addition of 175,000 sf of next-generation, high-performance workspace. The architectural design vocabulary established in Phase 1 (completed in 1999) is extended and expanded upon in Phase 2. The campus feel is reinforced through the use of a variety of building façades of differing mass, height, geometry, grid and rhythm. The interior main street of Phase 1 now extends the entire length of the complex, fully integrating the two phases and connecting departments and amenities.  
Major interior features include a 175-seat theatre; a conference centre and EA University training facility; Think Tank, a lounge / café with Starbucks coffee bar; and RecrEAte, a fitness, health and wellness centre with an NBA regulation-sized basketball court and gymnasium. A feature spiral stair connects all five floors of the atrium, surrounding a photo-luminescent light tape sculpture inspired by one of EA’s games.


Location: Burnaby

Size: 175,000 sf



FortisBC Operations Centre

FortisBC Operations Centre

Leading by example, this major energy company chose to project their corporate image with an energy efficient and sustainable development. The result of which produced AAA office spaces and achieved LEED Certification for Sustainable Building, providing a superior work environment for technical and office employees of BC’s foremost provider of natural gas.  
The Operations Centre is comprised of three buildings on a 7.2-acre site in Surrey. The buildings are organized to form a campus-like setting and are well positioned to take full advantage of the surrounding green space. The campus incorporates a post-disaster operations centre of 170,000 sf and a 30,000 sf training centre with parking for 600 cars in a green campus setting. FortisBC sought to achieve a number of green building objectives, including significant reduction in energy use through innovative mechanical and electrical systems, significant use of recycled and safe materials, retention, sun shading techniques to reduce solar heat gain while increasing ambient light re-use of water collected on site; superior indoor air quality by using operable windows to increase natural ventilation; higher standard for light quality.


Location: Surrey

Size: 200,000 sf



The Village at Park Royal

The Village at Park Royal

The Village at Park Royal is located on an 18-acre parcel adjacent to West Vancouver’s Park Royal Shopping Centre and is Canada’s first award-winning lifestyle centre. This landmark 245,000 sq. ft. development, planned by F&A Architects of California and Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership, offers 35 unique shops, including Western Canada’s first Whole Foods Market and a new Home Depot urban concept store.
The complex consists of nine distinct buildings ranging in size from 9,600 to 72,000 sq. ft. The Village is pedestrian friendly, upscale urban village where people can walk between shops, restaurants and outdoor spaces on a “Main Street”. The architecture of the Village is designed to honour the cultural history of the West Coast and recall the turn of the century fishing villages that dotted the shores of BC’s coastline.


Location: West Vancouver

Size: 245,000 sf



QLT

QLT

The headquarters for QLT Inc., with an area of 160,000 square feet, comprises laboratories for research, development and quality control, executive and corporate offices. Amenities include an information technology suite, fitness facility, conference centre and cafeteria.  
The building is designed to suit the needs of adaptability, flexibility, security, modularity, support space, building and service systems, environmental controls, efficient circulation, sustainability and life-cycle costing required by the leader in the development of photodynamic therapy products. Special features/amenities are Fitness Centre; cafeteria; conference centre; and areas designed to provide places of quiet contemplation and respite for employees.


Location: Vancouver

Size: 160,000 sf

Client: QLT Inc.