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PROJECTS

 

Rempel Bros. Concrete is proud to serve clients with quality concrete solutions to the entire Lower Midland and Fraser Valley. Whether your project is large or small, count on our team for total concrete solutions.

UBC-Rempel 1

UBC STUDENT UNION BUILDING, A.K.A. "THE NEST"

Project Type: Concrete

Company: Rempel Bros. Concrete Vancouver, BC Canada

Project Size: 250,000 Sq. Ft.

Project Volume: 14,000m3

LEED Platinum status. One of the first projects in BC to specify the use of Portland Limestone Cement-EcoCem.

Highstreet-Rempel 2

HIGHSTREET

Project Type: Concrete

Company:Rempel Bros. Concrete, Vancouver, BC Canada

Project Facts: EcoCem® - 8000mt. : Total of 65,000 m3 of ready-mix concrete.

Highstreet is a 600,000 square foot, open-air, regional shopping centre anchored by Wal-Mart Supercentre, London Drugs, Marshalls and a Cineplex VIP Cinema. 

This three-level shopping centre features main street style shopping and dining with one and two-storey buildings on the upper podium level, and 1,400 covered parking stalls on the lower level. 

The development's compact design delivers a higher order of density than traditional regional retail projects and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified project, making it one of the first in Canada for large scale retail projects.
Golden Ears Bridge -Rempel 3

Golden Ears Bridge

Project Type: Concrete

Location: Maple Ridge/Langley, BC

Project Size: The longest 'extradosed' bridge in North America-2400m long

Concrete Volume: Rempel Bros. delivered over 150,000m3 to this project
Richmond - Rempel 4

Richmond Olympic Oval

Project Type: Concrete

Location: Richmond, BC

Construction cost: $178 million

Concrete Volume: 35,000 cubic meters

Unique Entrance Buttresses: Self Consolidating Concrete (SCC)Speed Skating

Capacity: 8000

Unique Facts: This iconic structure of the 2010 Winter Olympics has won over 30 design and innovation awards. The construction process required close collaboration to ensure that this spectacular vision was realized and ready for opening day. Designed to resemble a bird’s wings in flight, this facility, with its unique construction challenges, was completed on time and on budget.

Project Overview: The Richmond Olympic Oval is a breathtaking venue on the banks of the Fraser River and winner of the Institution of Structural Engineers top award for Sports or Leisure Structures.

Home to long track speed skating during the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the Oval offers an inspiring environment for all ages and skill levels to progress towards their own personal podiums.

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