City: Edmonton, AB.
Branch: Allmar Edmonton

Scope: Architectural Hardware, Hollow Metal Doors & Frames, Automatics, and Terminate Electrical Hardware.

Founded in 1924, the Art Gallery of Alberta maintains a collection of over 6,000 objects and is the oldest cultural institution in Alberta, as well as the only museum in the province solely dedicated to the exhibition and preservation of art and visual culture. The AGA recently underwent a major re-building project. Designed by Los Angeles architect Randall Stout, the 85,000 square foot renovated AGA opened to the public on January 31, 2010.

General Contractor: Ledcor
Architect: Randal Stout Architects



City: Edmonton, AB.
Branch: Allmar Edmonton

Scope: Hollow Metal Doors & Frames, Architectural Hardware, Automatics, and the Terminate Electrical Hardware.

Canada’s only stand-alone orthopedic operation centre in which hip and knee replacements will be performed, the RAH OSC will complete the majority of joint replacements in Northern Alberta. The facility contains 4 state-of-the-art operating rooms, each equipped with an innovative technology (Integrated Navigation System), which enables less invasive surgeries and faster healing time for patients in the 48 private and 4 semi-private rooms.

Architect: HIP Architects
Builder: Stuart Olson



City: Edmonton, AB.
Branch: Allmar Edmonton

Scope: End User Consulation, Spec Writing, Supply & Installed of Doors, Frames, Hardware, Sliders, Auto Operators, Card Access, Glass, Stain and Paint.

With a project value of $39 million, the Sakaw Terrace development has a 14,370 m2 state of the art building with 4 wings, consisting of 158 units with balconies and features a parking garage, two courtyards, a communal greenhouse.  Amenities include a salon, an exercise facility, a theatre room, a commercial kitchen, a dining area, and a multi-faith room. New sustainable technologies such as LED lighting and a Combined Heating and Power (CHP) units were installed to reduce Sakaw Terrace’s carbon footprint without compromising on the quality of living offered by the building. Early on, GEF held multiple meetings to gather input from interested stakeholders. This information then shaped the design of the building – everything from the parking to the placement of the building on site.

Architects: Rockliff Pierzchajlo Kroman Architects Ltd.HIP Architects
General Contractor: Chandos Construction
Developer: GEF Seniors Housing