Completed Projects

      

Lougheed Building

The crown jewel of Senator Sir James Lougheed's real estate empire, the Lougheed Building captured the spirit of Calgary by uniting business and the arts in location.

       

North-West Travellers Building

Built in 1914 by the North-West Commercial Travellers Association, this Calgary landmark was designated as a Provincial Historic Resource in 2003 following its restoration.

 

Lorraine Block

Originally used as an upscale appartment complex, this elegant building was constructed in 1912 by Dr. Omer Patrick as a tribute to his son Lorraine.

 

Bradley's Saddlery

Following the completion of its restoration, the Bradley’s Saddlery Building and the adjoining log structure have regularly appeared as part of the CBC television series, Heartland.

        

MacKay Place

Now operating as a successful restaurant, this true Alberta Roadhouse honours its heritage, by serving up a menu fit for James Turner himself.