West Coast Toyota located in Pitt Meadows is a renovation and addition project. The project included new structure, glazing, millwork and all finishes. West Coast Toyota is anticipated to be completed in December of 2017.
Construction on the addition and seismic upgrade to Montecito Elementary School is almost complete. Read more about the project here.
Thinkspace has been retained by Provincial Health Services Authority for the design and construction of the addition to accommodate the procurement and installation of a PET/CT for the Sindi Ahluwalia Hawkins Centre for the Southern Interior (SAHCSI), located adjacent to Kelowna General Hospital. The scope of work includes the creation of a fully functional PET/CT Suite within the addition, complete with ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ areas, change rooms, uptake rooms, Physician reading rooms, washrooms, and ancillary areas as required to accommodate the program. The majority of the work will be outside of the existing building envelope with a small portion attributed to interior renovations. The construction portion of the project is targeted for June 2019 completion with the installation of equipment to follow.
Thinkspace is pleased to sponsor for the BCIT Architectural Science Alumni networking event, Alumnight, on November 15th. Alumnight will bring together Alumni and Industry professionals to share educational and industry experience with BCIT Architectural Science students. It is also a chance to check out some work from the graduating class of 2018.
Thinkspace has been retained by Interior Health Authority for the design and construction to accommodate a new fixed MRI within the existing OPD (outpatient Department) area adjacent to the current Medical Imaging Department of Vernon Jubilee Hospital. The scope of work includes the fitting out of a procedure room, control room, exam room, supervisor room, radiologists reading room, waiting room, change room, nursing station, stretcher transfer area, post biopsy recovery area, washrooms and storage room. Future provision for a direct link to the existing Medical Imaging Department will also be considered in the design. In order to maintain the ongoing use of the unit, phasing, construction access, and detailed hoarding plans will be determined to suit construction and patient activities. The project is targeted for completion early 2019.