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Today we celebrate the incredible women who make up our team and the countless women around the world who inspire us with their strength, courage, and achievements. Let's continue to support and uplift women in business and beyond! #EmbraceEquity #WomensDay #SupportingWomen
GEC Architecture4 weeks ago
We thought we recognized some GEC-designed facilities at Mount Royal University ( @mountroyal4u) in Episode 6 of @TheLastofUsHBO by @HBO! #yyc #design #thelastofus #fridayfunday
GEC Architecture4 weeks ago
We’re helping develop @MacEwanU’s School of Business by investing $125 million over four years to support construction of its new space. The proposed seven-story tower will create 35,000 square metres of learning space for 7,500 additional students:
GEC Architecture2 months ago
We’re excited to share a video from @ShannonHorricks Creative that highlights the work from us and our partner Chinook Scaffold Systems on the Canada Snowboard ramp construction at the FIS Big Air World Cup! @gecarchitecture @RJC_Engineers
GEC Architecture2 months ago
With great sadness, we share news of the death of Barry Graham, an esteemed colleague, passionate designer, partner & founder (the “G” in GEC Architecture). Our thoughts extend to Barry’s friends and family at this time. A detailed bio can be viewed here:
GEC Architecture3 months ago
Congratulations to our own, Peter Osborne on being recognized in this year’s #Edifier Awards by @EdifyEdmonton for all his contributions to city building and making #Edmonton ‘a better place to call home’. #yeg #edify #awards #architecture #yeglocal
GEC Architecture5 months ago
We are thrilled to announce the redevelopment of Paul Kane Park project on behalf of the @CityofEdmonton has won a 2022 Prairie Design Award of Merit in the #Landscape #Architecture category. Our thanks and congratulations to everyone involved in this award-winning project.

Londonderry and HSC in Award Magazine’s March 2021 Issue

Two of our newest projects, the Londonderry Affordable Housing Redevelopment in Edmonton and the Okanagan College Health Sciences Centre in Kelowna, are featured in the March 2021 issue of Award magazine. Firstly, the four-building / 240-unit Londonderry development revolutionizes the way affordable housing projects are developed; each main floor unit is designed as a walk out directly onto the street, reducing congestion. The X-shaped design provides a courtyard space that creates a central interior gathering space; X marks the spot! Secondly, Okanagan College’s Health Sciences Centre is a 2,800 square metre world-class learning environment, providing leading-edge healthcare training to the next generation of Canada’s frontline workers. This green-focused facility is targeting LEED Gold, the Zero Carbon Building Standard, and Silver Certification of the WELL Educational Pilot Program.

Also in this issue, ‘Back to Life’ is an article that talks about how restoration products provided solutions and time-saving benefits to our University of Alberta’s Dentistry and Pharmacy Building project!

Read these articles in Award’s digital issue below!