WIBCO Construction is proud to announce it recently made the pre-qualified general contractors list with BC Housing. The pre-qualification will provide WIBCO the opportunity to bid on various housing projects. The staff are excited to have the opportunity and are looking forward to their first successful bid!
WIBCO completed the Sncewips Heritage Museum and Syilx Trail Gift Store Tenant Improvements in December 2019 and is currently working on another T.I. for the Westbank Salvation Army. To increase revenue WIBCO is also been working on construction projects outside WFN.
Paul has been actively working with WFN, OTDC and Fortis BC to take part in the RENEW Program, which will provide entry level construction training, to select participants with an emphasis on safety and energy efficiency. WIBCO is working with WFN on a suitable project for the 2-week on-site training. The RENEW Program is expected to take place late Spring or early Summer 2020.
The company successfully completed a significant en-suite/ master bedroom renovation in Lakeridge Park last quarter. This work included a new custom shower, vanity, countertops and built-in open shelves.
WIBCO secured a tenant improvement project with the Salvation Army (Westbank) this past quarter. The project includes the new construction of full height demising walls and modification to the electrical and HVAC to suit a new sorting / storage area.
Lastly, WIBCO was hired for an extensive home renovation for a family in Glenrosa. The project is nearing completion and is on time and under budget. Feel free to checkout all the progress photos online.
Contact Paul for more information.
WIBCO completed the museum and gift store projects early December 2019.
WIBCO completed a bedroom and en-suite renovation in Lakeridge Park this winter. The master bedroom, and new custom bathroom was completed in December.
Placing and Compacting the Granular Base for Future Asphalt Driveway at the Pahlke Residence in West Kelowna. Special thanks to Clint and the Team over at Joe and Sons Concrete for their involvement in the project.
WIBCO Construction is almost complete with the museum and gift store tenant improvement project. The unit is in the Okanagan Lake Shopping Centre. The space was made ready for the 2019 International Indigenous Tourism conference event. There is work being done with the electrical and finishing carpentry. The custom mill work, flooring, painting, framing, and HVAC is complete. The museum space is on schedule to complete in December.
The home on 3494 Ridge Estates Drive was completed on November 15 with keys handed over. The home is a two storey detached dwelling with a double garage, and patio in the back. It features four bedrooms, loft room, and three bathrooms. The main bath has two separate vanities with a custom tub, and shower. WIBCO worked with the homeowners and several ideas and upgrades. The home took approximately six months to complete. The employees at WIBCO and NDC were proud to see the home completed for a very happy band member family. The home was the first one bridge financed by Ntityix Development LP (NDC). Contact Paul for inquiries.
Progress photos of the museum and gift store project. We are much closer to completion.
Completion photos of a custom home on 3494 Ridge Estates Drive, Westbank, BC.
We handed over the keys for this home yesterday. More photos to come shortly.
WIBCO Construction welcomes Paul Courtoreille, GSC as the new General Manager of Construction. He is a Swan River First Nation member from Alberta. He has 18 years of experience in construction management. He began his career graduating the construction engineering technology program at NAIT in 2002. He since held positions such as construction coordinator, estimator, project manager, office manager, and construction manager over his carer with general contractors in BC and Alberta.
He has experience in commercial and residential construction. Paul is gold seal certified (GSC) in project management registered with the Canadian Construction Association. Paul looks forward to working with our community.
WIBCO is building the Sncewips Heritage Society museum, and Syilx Trail Gift Store & Gallery tenant improvement. The unit is located in Okanagan Lake Shopping Centre. The construction schedule is going well with an estimated schedule completed by the project manager. It will be open this fall, and to be ready for the upcoming International Indigenous Tourism Conference November 12-14. The store is in a separated space by a glass wall to be visible to the museum guests.
The custom home on Ridge Estates Drive is being built for a band member via the newly implemented NDLP bridge financing plan. The two-storey home features 2673 sq ft with 4 bedrooms, and a double car garage. Check our website regularly for more updates. The company is excited to deliver this beautiful home on schedule to complete this fall.
These are beautiful housing program units constructed for WFN on Falcon Lane. The contract is complete. The move in date was June 1. We will have more photos of the outside as the band completes landscaping.