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Commercial & Retail, Indigenous Housing & Infrastructure

Halfway River Mixed-Use Gas Station and Housing

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Background

This mixed-use structure which includes a Gas Station, a convenience store and 3 apartments is a showcase for other communities in the area, with Halfway River First Nation being its own biggest customer. Previously, the nearest similar building arrangement with convenience store and gas station was 35 to 40 minutes away.

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Challenge

Upon being selected as the successful construction partner in April 2019, NRB’s challenge was to complete a turn-key project using our modular construction capabilities. The project’s scope included design, manufacturing, transportation, setting and installation of the building with an aim to have the project completed by August 2019.

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At a Glance

This project was completed on budget and schedule, and included the following:

  • Approximately 3,000 SF convenience store on the main floor of the building
  • 3 Apartments for local community members on the upper floor (1 two-bedroom unit and 2 one-bedroom units)
  • Building Application: Indigenous Infrastructure
  • Size: 5,688 Sq. Ft., not including basement
  • Building Type: Volumetric modules
  • Project Location: Halfway River First Nation, British Columbia

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