Various Farm Store Projects - UFA contracted Lawson Projects to assist with the completion of their new Red Deer Regional Farm Store. Services were expanded to include a Professional Services Building in Red Deer and a new Regional Farm Store in Camrose. Lawson Projects completed the Regional Centre in Grande Prairie and the combined Stettler Farm & Ranch Store and Cardlock facility.
Engaged by Dream (formerly Dundee), Lawson Projects successfully managed the renovation of the food court and retail common areas of the Scotia Centre Mall, servicing the Dream and Potash Corp’s Saskatoon office towers. Retail and office operations, with related occupancy requirements, were maintained throughout the renovation work.
When Eatons Department Store vacated the mall, Lawson Projects was engaged by Brookfield Properties Ltd. (formerly Gentra Canada Investments Inc.) to lead the tenant remodeling work required to accommodate a new food court and various other national tenants.
Lawson Projects represented three groups (Patriot Equities, Matco Developments and Torode Realty) that had acquired the shopping centre and planned redevelopment due to the facility’s age and condition. Portions of the Mall were demolished to improve traffic flow and other areas were expanded to accommodate the major tenants. A new building was also constructed and the entire shopping centre was modernized.
When Eatons Department Store vacated the Londonderry Mall in Edmonton, Lawson Projects was engaged to remodel the 7,430 m2 (80,000 sq ft) tenancy to accommodate a new Save-on Foods supermarket and various other national tenants. The project included removal of existing pre-cast panels and replacing with curtain-wall.
Lawson Projects managed the conversion of the previously closed restaurant facilities into the award-winning Yellow Door Bistro for Hotel Arts; a popular boutique hotel in Calgary.