Replacement of the building envelope on the 30-year-old, four-storey, 34-unit residential condominium. Work involved the investigation and analysis of the building envelope conditions, due to water infiltration. This resulted in detailed repair of the building’s sheathing and studs, and complete replacement of the siding and corroded balcony railings.
Lawson Projects was engaged by Brewster Travel Canada (now Pursuit’s Banff Jasper Collection) in early January 2017 as the Owner’s Representative to manage the $45-million Fire Restoration and Building Upgrade Project.
Medicine Tree Manor, a senior’s residence constructed in the early 1960’s, was heavily damaged during the 2013 spring flooding in southern Alberta. Lawson Projects was retained by Westwinds Communities (formerly Foothills Foundation) to manage the restoration work.
Lawson Projects managed the specialized restoration of the Nat Christie Centre, the historical sandstone building and former train station in Calgary’s Beltline Community, occupied by Alberta Ballet (formerly Calgary City Ballet).
Lawson Projects was retained in 2010 to provide project management leadership on a series of interior and exterior building upgrades.