modern, cost-effective, and quality commercial builds
At Greenstone, we believe that quality construction is integral to the success of our commercial clients. The finished product may be one of the first encounters future customers have with your business, or it may be integral to the business experience itself. That's why we focus on maintaining excellent communication with our clients throughout the project to ensure that the end result becomes a collaboration of vision and quality construction. We know that cost and time are important to our clients. That's why we provide weekly, semi-monthly, and monthly progress reports to ensure that our project is delivered on-time, and on-budget.
Walk-In Medical Clinic
My Health Walk-in Clinic and Pharmacy
This 5500 sq ft medical fit-out of a brand new building in NE Calgary was completed in 12 weeks. The space included a pharmacy, 12 exam rooms and multiple speciality rooms.
Non-Profit Women's Medical Clinic
The IUd Clinic
Built at the same time as My Health Walk-In Clinic and in the same building, the IUD clinic included 9 exam rooms, a significant amount of custom millwork and a special multipurpose rooms for educational presentations and client hosting. Total developed area for the clinic is 2500 sq ft and it was completed in 12 weeks.
Walk-In Medical Clinic
Riverbend Medical Clinic
This project was the final phase of a renovation to an existing medical office. The Riverbend Medical Clinic distinguished itself from others with the use of demountable DIRTT walls and millwork throughout. The project timeline was very tight but the work was completed on time in 5 weeks. This was accomplished while the clinic continued to operate. Special care was taken to control dust and minimize disturbance of staff and patients.
Church Addition for Accessibility
Calgary Inter-Mennonite Church
How do you add an elevator and a substantial addition to a century old church building where no wall is plumb and no floor is level? This is what Calgary Inter-Mennonite Church asked us to do. The congregation included members with mobility issues and they wanted to modify their building to make it work for everyone. The work included installing a new three stop elevator, adding a substantial addition to facilitate zero-grade entry, adding a new barrier free washroom and replacing significant portions of the facade, and hardscaping. The end result was a beautiful facelift to a tired building that now allows anyone, regardless of their mobility challenges to participate in the activities of the church.