Maintaining good communications is key to a successful project. We provide personal service and sensitive design solutions with emphasis on a highly interactive process, keeping our clients fully informed throughout design, approvals and construction.
All of our projects are shaped by sustainable design and LEED principles, contributing to a healthy environment. We are known for our good working relations with approving authorities and our in-depth knowledge of local zoning regulations.
We design infill neighbourhood subdivisions and represent clients during complex re‐zoning and development permit applications. These often involve environmentally sensitive sites such as waterways, bluffs, ravines and steep slopes as well as form & character guideline areas defined in community plans.
We enjoy the challenge of large scale residential and commercial renovations. We also have proven expertise in the restoration and adaptive re‐use of historic buildings as well as infill heritage developments.
Rod McFarlane, B. Sc., B. Arch., Architect AIBC is the firm principal and was educated at the University of British Columbia with degrees in Science and Architecture including studies abroad in Japan.
As a member of the Architectural Institute of B.C. he has been appointed to Advisory Design Panels in various municipalities and has served on Delta’s Heritage Advisory Commission. Residing in Delta, B.C. since 1973, he has participated in many community activities including Council directed neighbourhood planning, bylaw and land use reviews as well as shoreline environmental studies.
Our project development team is strengthened with experienced, knowledgable resources including Syd Latheron Illustration for imaging and design input.