Affordable & Social Housing

Heather Street Residences (Reiderman Residences), Vancouver, British Columbia

Background

In 2017, the Government of BC announced a funding commitment towards 600 units of temporary modular housing in Vancouver. The Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency (VAHA) wanted to build on the success of the 220 Terminal Avenue project while evolving the design to change the perception of both supporting housing and modular construction.

Challenge

The housing units needed to address an immediate need for living spaces for the homeless in the city, as part of the government’s commitment to tackling homelessness and the housing affordability crisis province wide. The project timeframe was very aggressive and VAHA knew our modular solutions were the best path to success.

We were awarded the contract to design, manufacture, transport and assemble 78 units of temporary modular housing across two buildings at 7430 and 7460 Heather Street.

At a Glance

Adaptable and re-usable foundation allowing the modules to be re-located and reconfigured on other sites in the future.

  • Close to 30,000 square feet over two buildings.
  • Project Timeline: 4 months.
  • Several exterior design features were used to blend seamlessly with the neighbourhood.

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