The engineers at Williams Engineering Canada are inspired by the potential of a skyline, the functionality of a highly efficient office complex, and the bliss of a well-appointed hotel. The property sector experts at Williams Engineering Canada are also keenly aware that our clients are equally concerned with maintaining their assets, growing their property investments, and managing their environmental impact. To make this possible, building performance must be kept at optimum levels. This is accomplished by providing proactive and innovative engineering solutions that help maintain and manage our clients’ assets more efficiently. Our work can include assessment, planning, construction management, fit-out and operations to refurbishment, and post-occupancy services. With project experience that includes the Bellanca Building in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, the Hecla Oasis Resort located in Manitoba, and the SMART™ Technologies building located in Calgary, Alberta, we provide sound engineering solutions. Williams Engineering Canada passionately pursues sustainable solutions and practices, transferring our extensive knowledge of current improvements and trends to your buildings and properties.
British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (bcIMC) Realty Corporation and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation, represented by its agent, Bentall Real Estate Services, approached Williams in December 2006 to conduct facility evaluations for a 48 property industrial portfolio.
The Atlantic Art Block adds character to Calgary’s artsy Inglewood community.
Located on the east edge of downtown Calgary, the Atlantic Avenue Art Block is a four-storey retail, office, and art gallery building complete with underground and surface parking. The new facility boasts a sleek, modern design with hints of inspiration from the community’s historical setting. The building also incorporates many LEED® design components and has achieved LEED® Silver certification.
From humble beginnings where president and CEO, Dale Wishewan, first developed a smoothie creation in his very own kitchen in hometown Sherwood Park, Alberta, the fruit smoothie giant, Booster Juice, has taken the Canadian fast food market by storm. For the past 14 years, Booster Juice has shaken the traditional idea of unhealthy fast food and shaped it into an opportunity to bring the world a tasty, but healthy, drink.
Williams Engineering’s Abbotsford office was selected as the mechanical and electrical design team for various Brown’s Socialhouse franchises that you may see popping up throughout Western Canada. The Socialhouses are a cross between upscale and casual dining with a pub-style social flare and are strategically placed in upcoming communities that have a smaller footprint thus providing a warmer and friendlier atmosphere for neighbourhood dining.
The Yellowknife Eco-Housing project, with funding and support from the City of Yellowknife, aims to develop an ultra efficient 24-unit multi-family residence with ground-level commercial space. The main goals of the project are to develop an energy efficient facility that will help develop neighbourhood sustainability, as well as assist in the cost of living and housing affordability in northern Canada.
As part of Williams Engineering Canada Inc.'s existing relationship with the communities of the Paintearth region, our firm was asked to provide conceptual planning, design, and engineering services for the new County of Paintearth municipal office and planned light industrial/highway commercial sub-division. Williams Engineering produced the conceptual plan for the phased development of the site which at build-out will be home to the municipal office, a truck stop serving the high-load Highway 36 corridor, and 15 Light Industrial/Highway Commercial lots.
As a request from Maverick Equties Inc., Williams Engineering completed the necessary planning design, documents, and approvals, including conceptual servicing for lands located to the west of Stoney Plain in Parkland County, Alberta, legally known as NE-3-53-1-W5M.
The Eastgate Environment Canada office located in southeast Edmonton, Alberta is a remarkable three-storey structure with approximately 77,920 sq. ft. of suburban office development space and a Public Works and Government Services Centre tenant fit-up area which includes a data centre. The building was designed using an innovative HVAC system to support the pursuit of LEED® Gold certification. The project includes a large weather office with digital workstations for the weather analysts.
Located on 70 acres in Hecla Provincial Park, Manitoba, the Hecla Oasis Resort is a one of a kind adventure destination and a jewel of Manitoba’s growing holiday and recreation industry. With a construction budget of $15 million plus, the resort includes a variety of accommodations including a family water park, adult full service spa with mineral pools, a health and wellness centre, and Manitoba’s highest rated public golf course, as well as breathtaking views of Lake Winnipeg.
The Horn Hill Solid Waste Transfer Station is located 10 km south of the City of Red Deer in Red Deer county on an extensively landscaped 8 ha. The site includes a scale and scale house, pesticide container recycling building, household hazardous waste building, household recycled goods area, and a 1,250 m2 transfer building that includes an office and shop.
Laureates Walk, a luxurious townhouse residence located at Harvard Gardens in south Surrey, British Columbia was designed by Rositch Hemphill Architects and constructed by Polygon Homes. This grouping of 40 townhouses is unique in appearance as the architecture was inspired by urban Boston row homes. Unlike any other development situated at Harvard Gardens, Laureates Walk homes consist of two to four bedroom homes that champion strong, secure and prestigious architecture and modern finishings.
Williams Engineering Canada has provided a range of multi-disciplinary services, including structural, mechanical, electrical and civil engineering to MasterBUILT Hotels from the start-up stage through to the construction phase of each project. To date, Williams Engineering Canada has been involved in the design of four new Microtel Hotels located in Fort McMurray A.B., Whitecourt, A.B.; Fort St. John, B.C., and Kitimat, B.C. Three of the four hotels are now under construction with spring / summer 2015 projected opening dates.
Situated just off of Queen Elizabeth #2 Highway in Blackfalds, Alberta, is the prime location for the placement of a 600+ residential lot subdivision known as Panorama Estates. Our firm stepped into the already active project to effectively provide a smooth transition in the areas of planning, engineering design, and construction services.
Rutherford Heights is a $14.5 million retirement residence recently completed in Edmonton, Alberta. Carefully designed to modern tastes, the new Rutherford Retirement Residence offers 170 first-class suites in a variety of layouts, plus a full range of services including a theatre, spa, workout gym, and internet lounge.
Williams Engineering was proud to be working with GEC Architecture on this 27,000 m2 complex at the University of Calgary Research Park. The project is for a global private sector client, SMART Technologies Inc., involved in the research, design, and manufacturing of telecommunications equipment.
Over the past eight years Williams Engineering Canada (WEC) has had the pleasure of providing building envelope services for the Qualex Group of Companies. Recently WEC provided consulting engineering services from concept to completion for three high-rise tower developments located in Calgary, Alberta. These condominiums include Stella, Nova, and Luna Condominiums.
Located on the southwest side of Edmonton, Alberta, the Steppes Office Campus represents a step forward in sustainable site design. Certified to BOMA BESt Level Four, BOMA’s highest rating for a sustainable building, and winner of BOMA’s 2012 Earth Award, the Steppes Business Campus embodies a “green” building design. The campus showcases nearly 7,000 m2 of premium class A commercial space that spans across two buildings on a three acre site.
The Scenic Estates Residential Subdivision located in the county of Stettler, Alberta is a lakeside community perfectly situated for families and individuals with an active lifestyle who want a peaceful home or seasonal residence away from the city.
The recently completed $13 million Sturgeon Creek II Retirement Residence offers 144 first-class suites in a variety of layouts. The facility is located in the St. James area of Winnipeg, Manitoba and includes a theatre, spa, workout gym, and internet lounge.
Grove Parkhomes in the Clayton community of Survey, British Columbia epitomize luxurious, convenient family living.
As one of the most northern cities in Canada, and the largest urban centre in the Northwest Territories, the city of Yellowknife is home to approximately 20,000 citizens. While no one will dispute Yellowknife’s beauty with its rich wilderness and striking northern lights, finding housing at times can be scarce. As one of the newer condominium developments in Yellowknife, the Point Condominiums is truly a remarkable luxury residential building.
University City is a vibrant new community in northwest Calgary.
Developed by Knightsbridge Homes, University City is a vibrant new community comprised of five strikingly beautiful condominium buildings located on the northwest edge of Brentwood Village in Calgary, Alberta. The community is surrounded by ample amenities including the University of Calgary Research Park, Foothills Hospital, Alberta Children’s Hospital, and three malls which help make University City a highly sought after location.
West Kelowna Assisted Living, otherwise known as Village at Smith Creek, is a well-established assisted living and residential care home that has been serving senior citizens of Kelowna for nearly 25 years. The home, which is currently under expansion and renovation, is conveniently located minutes from retail, pharmacies, hotels, doctors’ offices and grocery stores, making it an opportune spot for senior citizens in need of living with support.
WEC is committed to giving back to the communities in which we live, work, and play. Corporately and individually we volunteer our time, money, and expertise to numerous local not-for-profit organizations, causes, and foundations. That is why WEC was inspired to become involved and support the SPCA’s goal of building a new animal shelter in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.