Vancouver Coastal Health serves 25% of BC’s population, that’s over 1 million people including the residents of Vancouver, Richmond, the North Shore and Coast Garibaldi, Sea-to-Sky, Sunshine Coast, Powell River, Bella Bella and Bella Coola. As you can imagine, they have services and facilities spread throughout the region. One such facility is located at 590 West Eighth Avenue in Vancouver…

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Fraser Health provides a wide range of integrated health care services to approximately 1.5 million people living in communities stretching from Burnaby to White Rock to Hope. It manages a budget of $1.8 billion, with 22,500 employees, 4,000 volunteers and 2,200 physicians providing services. Until 2004, ordering, storing and distributing medical supplies such as pharmaceuticals, liquid prescriptions, and dry goods…

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PacificLink Business Park is an 83-acre industrial business community located in Surrey, BC. The site was originally occupied by a variety of industrial businesses, including a large auto-wrecking company. Wesgroup bought the property in 2004 to develop PacificLink which is now home to FedEx, Frito Lay, Williams Machinery and many others who need modern facilities with easy access to the…

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Wesgroup purchased PacificLink in 2004 – a brownfield site situated south of the Fraser River on Scott Road that required extensive environmental remediation and innovative initiatives like our transport reduction and soil amendment programs. The site offered exceptional access to road, rail and sea transport, making it an ideal location for any efficient supply chain and/or distribution network. For Frito…

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Built in 1923, the Canadian White Pine Mill was one of Western Canada’s first sawmills. It was active for more than 80 years before being decommissioned by then-owner Weyerhaeuser in 2002. Shortly after, Wesgroup and ParkLane Homes purchased the 130-acre brownfield site, which stretches for nearly 1.5 km along the mighty Fraser River. River District Vancouver is the largest recycling…

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When we began planning the retail component of the River District Vancouver we wanted to create a multi-faceted commercial district that would invite people to shop, wander, socialize, observe, dine, think and feel. We wanted to create a distinct neighbourhood. For inspiration, we toured of some of North America’s most popular retail precincts. Places like North Carolina’s Birkdale Village, Portland’s…

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