A New Look To Galaxy Motors Duncan, BC

Our good friends from West Coasts Developments have been working hard to provide a new look for Galaxy Motors in Duncan, BC. We worked with West Coasts Developments to provide Engineered Wood Products over the large sloped canopy roof and flat trusses in the rear part of the building. It will be fun to see the grand opening of this new facility,  and we wish Galaxy Motors the very best!

 

Engineered Walls & Trusses in Mill Bay, BC

Engineered Walls & Trusses being delivered to site for House Calls Contracting for this new home in Mill Bay, BC. Our engineered walls were built in a climate controlled environment and delivered with a crane truck. This makes for an efficient build & a happy customer. Please contact us if you have any questions with our building & delivery process.

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Oyster Bay Village Taking Shape…

The Oyster Bay Village is taking shape near Ladysmith harbour. This new neighborhood is set to be a vibrant community that equally embraces families, singles, and seniors with a place to live, work, and play. The vibrant 65-acre development will serve as an attractive residential, commercial, recreational and tourism hub for the region. Pacific Truss is proud to supply floors and trusses for this project.

If you are looking for more information about Oyster Bay Development please check out their website http://oysterbaydevelopment.com/

Floors & Trusses in Cadboro Bay

Our good friends from Tidman Construction have recently received their engineered floors & trusses. This beautiful new home in Cadboro Bay near Victoria, BC incorporated a parachord vault with vaulted dormers which blended into the main vault just perfectly. The views on this home are unbelievable!

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“The Roost” in North Saanich under construction

“The Roost” in North Saanich’s pastoral landscape is open but under construction with the help of Alan Jones Construction and Pacific Truss. The project will allow to further expand the market that focuses on food, wine and sustainability. The Roost roosts on 10 acres of farmland where they grow many items used to produce the food they proudly serve. If you are in the area we highly suggest you stop and enjoy the farm experience!

 

To learn more about “The Roost” visit them here: http://roostfarmcentre.com/

 

New Rancher Home in Mill Bay, BC

Mill Springs Subdivision located in Mill Bay, BC

We’ve supplied engineered floors and trusses for this new rancher located in Mill Springs subdivision in Mill Bay, BC. The home sits on a spacious lot that backs onto a spacious green area! This custom rancher being built by Woodcraft Homes is locked up and ready for exterior siding.

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Oceanfront home in Mill Bay, BC

This new stunning home being constructed by Brown W Construction in Mill Bay, BC is a thing of beauty! It looks like the guys onsite are pretty excited with the recent nice weather and our engineered trusses that we provided for them. A beautiful day and a gorgeous building site always help with the morale of this crew.

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New modern home in Highlands

Pacific Truss supplies outstanding parachord trusses for this new modern home being built by Jasmine Construction.

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Stunning home on Saltspring

This beautiful home on Saltspring Island, built by Wilco Construction, features engineered floors and trusses by Pacific Truss.

A new training facility for Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue

Pacific Truss was proud to be a supplier for the new training facility for the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue.

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Via CBC News / British Columbia

A long-awaited training centre for marine search and rescue volunteers from across B.C. is on track to open this spring near Victoria.

The Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue is a volunteer organization with nearly 1,200 members. It assists the Canadian Coast Guard and responds to a third of the marine emergencies on the B.C. coast.

The organization has been using borrowed space at the Canadian Coast Guard base in Victoria for training, but a dedicated facility — complete with an updated Fast Rescue Craft Simulator to provide realistic scenarios — will open this spring in East Sooke.

“Safety is our number one concern because our people tend to go out when everybody else is staying back at the dock,” said Rob Duffus, RCM-SAR director of marketing and communications.

The new facility could also help raise the profile of the organization, Duffus said, adding some people question why volunteers are involved in marine rescues.

“Obviously there are volunteer firefighters all over the province and nobody gives a second thought to the quality of service they provide,” he said.

“We are very proud of the service we provide to the public.”

The new facility in East Sooke could open as soon as April. There are future plans to add a dock and accommodations to the site.

The centre will provide training to volunteers from the RCM-SAR stations located in more than 40 communities on the West Coast and in the B.C. Interior.

RCM-SAR receives some funding from the Canadian Coast Guard, but relied largely on donations to build the new training centre.