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Whether we're removing a scratch from a window, honing and polishing your main lobby floor or restoring the beauty of your wood accents, we're doing more than just improving the appearance of your building, we're enhancing its value. Whether it's a movie set, your 1 bedroom apartment or an entire skyscraper.

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Shangri La Vancouver

Deficiency repair from the ground floor to the penthouse

Dan first got to the Shangri La project in 2008 working under Ledcor Construction performing deficiency repair services all the way from the lobby to the Penthouse. Some repairs included Kitchens, Bathrooms, The main Lobby in the Hotel. Like the larger than life persona that runs the Shangri La, if you've ever seen the Shagri La in Vancouver you'll know there is no job too big for Skyline. In fact - Here's a quote from Wikipedia about the Shangri La "Living Shangri-la is a mixed-use skyscraper in Downtown Vancouver and is the tallest building in Metro Vancouver. The new 62-storey "Shangri-La" tower contains a 5-star hotel and its offices on the first 15-floors, with condominium apartment units occupying the rest of the tower."

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Fairmont Pacific Rim

Vancouvers Five Diamond Hotel & Residence

Working under an aggresive schedule in order to meet the deadline for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games. We were not only able to meet the goal but deliver ahead of schedule. We managed to meet occupancy dates and help close units while mainaining a high level of customer service & satisfaction. Our top quality work fostered a relationship with the Fairmont that continues to this day.

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Woodwards Building

Where old meets new

The Woodward's building was a historic building in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The original portion of the building was constructed in 1903 for the Woodward's Department Store when that area of Cordova Street was the heart of Vancouver's retail shopping district. At one time this was the premiere shopping destination in Vancouver. The store was famous for its Christmas window displays and its basement Food Floor, and the "W" sign at the top of the building was a distinctive landmark on the Vancouver skyline. Read more at Wikipedia

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Yaggers

Yagger’s – Kits

Had the pleasure of working with skyline solutions on the building of our second Yagger’s Restaurant & Sports Bar in the Kitsilano area last fall. The whole crew was knowledgeable and helpful in our construction. When we hit snags - they didn’t just present the problem, they offered solutions (and economical solutions too). Best part was when they not only met their estimate deadline, but they exceeded it. And as anyone knows in  business, every day that we remained under construction, equates into lost sales – and skyline actually gained us sales. You can’t ask for much more than that! I highly recommend skyline solutions!

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Harbour Green 3

Coal Harbour

Three Harbour Green is a Vancouver milepost, the "last spike" in the transformation of Coal Harbour from transcontinental railway terminus to what the developer is calling the city's most prestigious waterfront neighbourhood.
By 2012, and the completion of construction of Three Harbour Green, Coal Harbour's last available site will have been filled in and the area will have fully realize its vision -- as a vibrant, people-friendly community that one Aspac executive says is drawing worldwide attention.

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Olympic Village 2

Other Projects Within Olympic Village

The site, a former industrial area which was previously mostly parking lot, is located on the shoreline at the southeast corner of False Creek, north of 2nd Avenue between Quebec and Manitoba Streets. Just south of Science World, its waterfront is part of the False Creek Seawall promenade and bike route, and is adjacent to the stations of the Granville Island Heritage Railway, the Spyglass Place pedestrian ferry wharf (served by Aquabus and False Creek Ferries), the Science World pedestrian ferry wharf (normally served by Aquabus and False Creek Ferries but closed temporarily from January 25, 2010 to March 24, 2010[3]) and the Main Street and Olympic Village SkyTrain stations.Read more

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Shangri-La Toronto

188 University Ave

Shangri-La Toronto is a hotel and condominium tower in downtown Toronto, Canada. It was designed by Vancouver based architect James Cheng is being built by Westbank Projects Corp. This is the same team that was responsible for building the 201m Living Shangri-La, the tallest building in Vancouver as well as a number of other structures in that city. Shangri-La Toronto is 214 metres tall, and one of the ten tallest buildings in Toronto The Toronto Shangri-La is located on University Avenue and Adelaide Street, in an area just west of the Financial District that has seen rapid growth in recent years.

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Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

60 Yorkville Avenue

The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto is a luxury hotel and condominium complex located in the Yorkville district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada which opened on October 5, 2012. Located at 60 Yorkville Avenue, at its intersection with Bay Street, the complex is one block east of the previous Four Seasons Hotel Toronto at 21 Avenue Road. The 55-floor complex contains 259 hotel rooms and 210 private condo suites. It offers a two-story spa, Café Boulud and bar by international restaurateur and Chef Daniel Boulud, glass-enclosed event spaces. It was designed by architectsAlliance, with Page and Steele as Architect of Record. The project was developed by Bay-Yorkville Developments Ltd., a joint venture of Alcion Ventures, LP, Menkes Developments and Lifetime Homes, and uses the "Four Seasons" trademark under license. Before the ribbon cutting ceremony, Four Seasons chairman and founder Isadore Sharp proclaimed of the new location as "...in a category by itself, a true Four Seasons in our hometown, our flagship hotel. It is a landmark development for the city of Toronto"

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