Andrew Goodwin

Canadian Cruise Ship Terminal Continues to Make a Splash in Nanaimo, BC

by , 08/03/12

Nanaimo Cruise Ship Terminal, British Columbia, Checkwitch Poiron Architects, Wood, Cruise Ship, Nanaimo, Sustainable.

Not only was Checkwitch Poiron Architects able to design an environmentally responsible piece of architecture for the community of Nanaimo, but they were also able to be economically responsible by finishing the design and construction in 12 months. Checkwitch Poiron Architects pride themselves at working very closely with the construction teams for all of their projects and this was no exception. The Nanaimo Port Authority benefited greatly from the great managment supplied by these architects.

The Nanaimo Cruise Ship Terminal continues to win awards after having been completed over a year ago. The most recent award was for the Best Commercial Building of 2012 by the BC Wood Council.

+ Checkwitch Poiron Architects

Images courtesy Checkwitch Poiron Architects

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