Business Objects

Work for global software developer Business Objects started for Halse-Martin in August 2000 at the old Show Mart Building at 910 Mainland. Business Objects, then under the name of Seagate Software, were moving into 910 Mainland with the initial requirements for phase 1 of approx. 30,000 square feet of office space on three floors with interconnecting stair and elevator.

Coastal Church

Halse-Martin was brought on the team as construction manager for this project in the fall of 2004 to prepare budgets and to assist the owner on the scope of work that could be carried

CPR Roundhouse

Halse-Martin was awarded the contract for the renovation of the CPR Roundhouse in 1994. The building was to be ready as an exhibit hall for Expo 86.

Gucci

Gucci had decided to locate their new 10,000 square foot Vancouver store in the prestigious south west corner of Georgia and Hornby, the ground floor of the Hotel Vancouver.

Lions Gate Hospital Emergency Upgrade

Halse-Martin was brought on board as construction managers to complete phase 2,3, and 4 of this 4 phase project to provide a more cooperative and cost efficient solution for the owner.

Oland Specialty Beer

Halse-Martin was contacted to do this project under construction management based on our experience in specialty projects.

Orpheum Theatre

Halse-Martin was brought on the team as construction manager for this project in the 1973 to prepare budgets and to assist the owner on the scope of work that could be carried out within the budget.

St. George’s School Phase 4

St. George’s School was in need of more up to date administration offices and additional classroom space so the decision was made to add a floor to their existing administration wing. This required the removal of the existing 1st floor down to the basement structure and constructing a new seismic reinforced 2-story wood frame 10,000 square foot addition in finishes to match the previous grand lobby addition.

Vancouver Shipyards Paint Shed

During our long history of working for Seaspan and Vancouver Shipyards, our latest project was the design/build a new paint shed. This large building was required to contain the over spray during painting of barges and smaller ships.