Forty finalists named in Fraser Valley Commercial Building Awards

Sixth annual awards to be presented on Thursday, Nov. 17

Surrey Christian School won the Judges' Choice Best Overall Award at last year's Fraser Valley Commercial Building Awards.

A record 40 finalists will compete for top honours in the six annual Fraser Valley Commercial Building Awards, which will be held Nov. 17 at the Cascades Casino Resort in Langley.

Surrey Christian School won the Judges’ Choice Best Overall entry in the awards last year, which celebrate the best commercial and industrial buildings in the Fraser Valley, from White Rock to Chilliwack.

New institutional, commercial, industrial, multi-family, recreational and renovation projects completed between Jan. 1, 2015 and Aug. 31, 2016 are eligible.

Black Press is a Platinum Sponsor of the event, and Gold Sponsors are Re/MAX Commercial, the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board and Invest Northwest Publishing Ltd.

Cushman & Wakefield are also sponsoring the event.

Finalists from each city, their builders and architects, are as follows:

ABBOTSFORD

Aston Row, 33450 Lynn Ave., Algra Bros. Developments Ltd.

Calvin Presbyterian Church: 33911 Hazelwood Ave., Keith Sullivan Donald Architecture Inc. and Titan Construction Company Ltd.

Challenger Truck Maintenance Facility, 1938 Foy St., Mid Valley Investments Ltd. and Keystone Architecture & Planning Ltd.

Abbotsford Fire Halls #4 & 5: 577 Wallace St. and 30373 Merryfield Ave., CHP Architects and Unitech Construction Management Ltd.

Holmberg House: 32780 Marshall Rd., Keystone Architecture & Planning Ltd., Ledcor Group of Companies and Quantum Properties Group of Companies.

Mennonite Museum: 1818 Clearbrook Rd., Keystone Architecture & Planning Ltd. and Smyth Developments Ltd.

Abbotsford Mental Health Care Facility: 33134 Marshall Rd., Craven Houston Powers Architects and Kinetic Construction Ltd.

Oldhand Coffee: 2617 Pauline St., Algra Bros. Developments Ltd.

The Honda Way: 30360 Automall Drive, ATA Architectural Design and Teck Construction Ltd.

Triple 8 Transport: 30697 Marshall Rd., Larry Podhora Architect and Capo Construction.

Urban Hillside: 2850 McCallum Rd., Focus Architecture Inc. and Monaco Estates (Urban Hillside) Inc.

Vantage at Whatcom: 36099 Waterleaf Place, North Hills Developments Ltd. and Keystone Architecture & Planning Ltd.

Wendy’s Restaurant: 32733 South Fraser Way, Urban Systems Ltd.

WestGen: 1625 Angus Campbell Rd., Craven Huston Powers Architects and Unitech Construction Management.

CHILLIWACK

Garrison Corner Development: 5580 Vedder Rd., Urban Design Group Architects Ltd. and Align Construction.

Berryhill Foods: 8132 Brannick Place, GM Drafting and John Craig Construction.

Frankie’s Italian Kitchen & Bar: 7350 Vedder Rd., Denis Turco Architect Inc. and Gerry Enns Contracting Ltd.

River’s Edge: 5402 Peach Rd., Ankenman Associates Architects Inc., Gore Brothers, Diverse Construction, Parklane Holdings and Tribrink Contracting Ltd.

LANGLEY

Langley City Square: 19860-19888 Langley Bypass, Wensley Architecture Ltd. and Wesgroup Properties.

Coulter Berry Building: 9220 Glover Rd., Keystone Architecture & Planning Ltd. and XARIS Construction Management.

Duffy Hills Apartments: 6814 200th St., Keystone Architecture & Planning Ltd. and Forewest Construction.

Ivy Row: 20978-21042 77A Ave., Ankenman Associates Architects Inc. and Isle of Mann.

OpenRoad Jaguar Land Rover: 5978 Collection Drive, Christopher Bozyk Architects and Ventana Construction.

OpenRoad Exotics: 6006 Collection Drive, Christopher Bozyk Architects and Ventana Construction.

City of Langley Timms Community Centre: 20399 Douglas Crescent, HCMA Architecture & Design and  DGS Construction Company Ltd.

Valley Driving School: 27078 56 Ave., Krahn Group of Companies and Glacier West Construction.

SURREY

8820-120 Street: Urban Design Group Architects Ltd. and MCM Corp.

Balance: 13678 Grosvenor Rd., Yamamoto Architecture Inc. and Tien Sher Construction.

Chorus: 2350 153 St., Ankenman and Associates Architects and Marcon Construction Ltd.

Ebco Metal Finishing: 18699 24th Ave., Bogdonov Pao Associates Ltd. and JDG Construction Management Ltd.

Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre:16855 24 Ave., HCMA Architecture + Design and Ellis Don.

Mercana Art Décor: 3250 189 St., CTA Design Group and Prism Construction.

Pacific Academy – Gordon McDonald Library and Mary Pattison Chapel: 10238 168 St., David J. Ho Architect and Double V Construction Ltd.

Panorama Station, 5957 152 St., Barnett Dembek Architect Inc. and Dreamstar Homes.

Rising Sun Villas and Social Innovation Centre: 13959/13969 100th Ave., dys architecture and VanMar Constructors.

TD Bank at Ocean Park: 1161 128th St., Jordan Kutev Architect Inc. and Vedentec Management Inc.

Texcan at Pacific Link Business Park: 10499 Grace Rd., Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design Inc. and  ICC Integrated Construction Concepts Ltd.

The HUB at King George Station: 9900 King George Boulevard, Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership and  Ledcor Construction.

WHITE ROCK

Evergreen Complex Care: 1550 Oxford St., Ankenman Associates Architects Inc. and Vanmar Constructors Inc.

Royce: 14855 Thrift Ave., Ankenman Associates Architects Inc. and Peak Construction Group of Companies.

For information about the event, contact Mark MacDonald at mark@businessexaminer.ca.

Tickets are $125 and available through businessexaminer.ca/events

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