February 19, 2014
Vancouver Residential Construction
Ventana Construction is building the 52-unit Prelude at the edge of Oakridge in Vancouver, B.C. The project is a prelude to the densification that is taking place on the Cambie corridor, around Oakridge and the Canada Line station.
Ventana is serving as the general contractor.
Others involved in the project are GBL Architects Inc., Eckford Tyacke and Associates (landscaping), Bogdonov Pao Associates (structural engineers), Geopacific Consulting (geotechnical), Cobalt Engineering(electrical and mechanical) and Aqua-Coast Engineering Ltd. (building envelope).
The site is being developed by Cedar Development Corporation.
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