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Online Blueprint Printing has been an industry leader in blueprint reproduction and construction signage for years. Wouldn’t you like to have more hours of productivity available to you, while also saving on something you didn’t know you could? Wouldn’t it be really suitable to your needs to sit back in your chair and with the press of a button, get the job of blueprint printing done rather than running around the town all day looking for a way to make it happen?

Product Delivery

We understand that you need your Schematics and other documents ASAP so we emphasize timely production of all blueprints. We have gone to great lengths to design our systems to Ship out your blueprints the same day, no mater the day is, Wednesday or Saturday or Sunday or a statutory holiday.

Bindery Services

Your presentation report has all the information required to get that contract, but professional binding will enhance your presentation report to stand up to the competition.

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Happy Diwali 2017

Happy Diwali 2017  

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Common NCR Form Sizes

Some Common NCR form sizes Area: 8.5” x 11” (Letter) 8.5” x 5.5” (½ Sheet letter) 8.5” x 14” (Legal) 8.5” x 17” (Tabloid) 8.5” x 3.6” (1/3 Sheet letter) 8.5” x 7” (½ size Legal) 4.25” x 11” (1/2 sheet letter) 4.25” x 7” ( ¼ Sheet Legal) 4.25” x 5.5” ( ¼ Sheet

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NCR Forms or Carbonless Forms or Non Carbon Copy Paper

What are NCR or Carbonless Forms or Non Carbon Copy Paper Used for? NCR forms generate quick copies of an original document, so they are popular in the world of business.  NCR forms are frequently used for contracts, invoices, sales receipts, requisitions, work orders, purchase orders, delivery documents, medical and insurance forms, employment applications, proposals,

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Benefits of Fence Mesh Advertising for Construction Industry

Vital Benefits of Fence Mesh Advertising for Construction Industry. Over the past decade, the demand for fence mesh advertising by the construction industry has enhanced considerably. Nowadays, worksite boundaries are covered using vibrant display of advertising and artwork solutions. Due to the varied benefits attached with this form of advertising, it has become extremely popular

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Online Blueprint Printing Lethbridge | Construction Signs Lethbridge.

Online Blueprint Printing Lethbridge Online Blueprint Printing Lethbridge, Alberta offers high quality blueprints, engineering prints and architectural drawing copies in Lethbridge and surrounding towns.  By using the latest high speed digital equipment it allows us to print and ship the order on the same day.  We are open 24 hours a day, Monday to Friday

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Online Blueprint Printing Calgary | Construction Signs Calgary

Online Blueprint Printing Calgary Online Blueprint Printing Calgary, Alberta offers high quality blueprints, engineering prints and architectural drawing copies in Calgary and surrounding towns.  By using the latest high speed digital equipment it allows us to print and ship the order on the same day.  We are open 24 hours a day, Monday to Friday

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Online Blueprint Printing Kelowna | Construction Signs Kelowna

Online Blueprint Printing Kelowna, British Colombia offers high quality blueprints, engineering prints and architectural drawing copies in Kelowna and surrounding towns.  By using the latest high speed digital equipment it allows us to print and ship the order on the same day.  We are open 24 hours a day, Monday to Friday and half day

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Construction Fence Mesh Banners | Mesh banners up to 1000 feet.

Construction Fence Mesh Banners Custom Printed construction fence mesh banners are printed on perforated PVC mesh material, making them perfect for outdoor advertising where wind and other weather elements might be an issue.  This material is very durable and tear -resistant. Construction fence mesh banners are constructed from durable heavy-duty 11 oz. PVC material, which

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Hoarding Banners

Hoarding Banners ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AN IDEAL WAY TO PROMOTE YOUR COMPANY OR PRODUCT ON HOARDING BOARDS? The very simple and cost effective solution is hoarding banners. Hoarding banners are fantastic branding solution for Building Sites Events Anywhere the advertising needs to stand out. What makes hoarding Banners so amazing is a sharper print

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Why to Buy From Us

Why Buy From Us! We are the largest blueprint printing and construction site signage providers in Canada. There are so many companies who provide the same services but, why to buy from us only? Firstly, let’s understand what is construction signage? Why we used them and where we can use? Whether you are a professional

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Development Signs

Development Signs Construction sites are dangerous areas, so its builder responsibility to make that safe as much they can. Because that site is not only where only single person is working. This is something where thousands of people are working day and night. Few years back, a construction worker was severely injured after being cut

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Mesh Banners | Custom Printed Vinyl Mesh Banners!

Mesh Banners | Custom Printed Vinyl Mesh Banners! Custom Printed Mesh Banners are used for outdoor advertising or to make a construction site more presentable.  Mesh banners are also used for events such as marathons, concerts, festivals, celebrations etc. to convey the sponsors logo, product or service promotion. Traditional Banners were made of heavy solid

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Architectural Reprography | Engineering Reprography

Architectural Reprography, Engineering Reprography, Landscape Architects Reprography, Surveyors Reprography, what ever name you call it by the process of reporgraphy is the same. Architectural Reprography is a process of dulipcating or making multiple copies of the original technical drawings by means scanning  and later printing or printing from a PDF file which was created by

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An Insight into Different Types of Engineering Drawings

  What are Engineering Drawings? Engineering drawings are visual tools utilized for creating structures or items like bridges, oil field Plants, homes, commercial buildings and so on. When it comes to engineering drawing, the engineering teams require adhering to strict engineering standards. Whether it’s a refrigerator, washing machine, bridge or a space shuttle, the expert

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Why Choose E-Panel Signs?

Why Choose E-Panel Signs? E-Panel is strong, light weight, and extremely resistant to corrosion. That is why people mostly prefer E-Panel signs for outdoor advertising and makes them a great choice for parking lot signs, construction signs, or development Signs. You can also print designs in full color or spot color directly on the material

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Architectural Drawing Printing Service Canada

Architectural Drawing Printing Service Canada Architectural Drawing Printing has never been faster – or easier! Wouldn’t you like to have more hours of productivity available to you, while also saving on something you didn’t know you could? Wouldn’t it be really suitable to your needs to sit back in your chair and with the press

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What caused the Grenfell Tower Inferno?

What caused the Grenfell Tower Inferno? June -14-2017  Just after midnigt a fire broke out in Grenfell Tower causing an Inferno.  While the fire rapidly spread through the building complex, residents were so desperate to save there lives that some jumped out of their windows and balcony while others on higher floors screamed for help.

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Grenfell Tower apartment block in North Kensington

Grenfell Tower Apartment block in North Kensington, London History. Grenfell Tower apartment block in is located in North Kensington London England. The  Concrete structure started design in 1967 and was completed in 1974. The building consists on 24 floors and used to house 120 flats that included 200 bedroom in 20 storeys.  The bottom 4

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Red Deer, Alberta Declared A State of Emergency June-21-2017

A Prairie windstorm on June 20-2017 left Red Deer to declare a  state of emergency after wind gusts up to 110km/h causing Shingles to rip of roofs, uprooting massive tree trunks and  causing motorcycles and trucks to loose control on the roads. Craig Curtis city manager said  Red Deer experienced an extreme storm, one that

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Custom Carbonless Forms| Multi Part Forms Books

Custom Carbonless Forms| Purchase Order Forms| Multi Part Forms Books What are Carbonless Forms Used for? Carbonless forms generate quick copies of your original document, so they are popular in the world of business.  Carbonless forms tend to be useful for contracts, invoices, sales receipts, requisitions, work orders, purchase orders, delivery documents, medical and insurance

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Blueprint Reproduction | Engineering Blueprints Printed in British Columbia

Blueprint Reproduction and Engineering Blueprints Printed in British Columbia Online Blueprint Printing has been serving the Engineering Industry, Construction Companies, Project Management companies, Architectural Consultants in British Columbia  with Blueprint Reproduction and Engineering Blueprints since 2014. Need Blueprint Reproduction Service and Engineering Blueprints Shipped,  All In One Day ? We will print and ship drawings

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Engineering Prints and Architectural Plans Printed and Shipped Same Day.

Engineering Prints and Architectural Plans Printed and Shipped Same Day. Online blueprint printing offers  printing of Engineering Prints and Architectural Plans as needed threw out the planning and construction process. Whether you want construction drawings for city permit, or building plans or engineering blueprints we can print them quickly and ship them to your distributing

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Common Construction Drawing Sizes | Engineering Plans

Common Construction Drawing Sizes Above pictures are of some common Architectural and Engineering Drawings. Get a Free Instant Quote on Construction Drawings to be printed and Shipped.          

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What are Construction Prints or Construction Drawings?

What are Construction Prints or Construction Drawings? Construction Prints are used to deliver information to the builder as to what needs to be built and focusing mainly on materials, installation techniques and quality standards.  Most Architects or engineers put basic construction information in the drawings and use the specs to elaborate on materials, techniques and

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What is Mylar Printing and why use Mylar film for Printing?

What is Mylar Printing and why use Mylar film for Printing? Mylar Printing is when polyester film is used to print on high tensile strength, chemical and dimensional stability and transparency. If you ever require a see threw or trace able material for your plans, ether to make a template, overlays or product drawing that

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Architectural Drawing and Plan Printing Services Edmonton

Architectural Drawing and Plan Printing Services Edmonton Online Blueprint Printing will print and Ship all your Construction drawings, cadd plots, blueprint, architectural drawings and plans on the same day. Uploading you architectural drawing and plans online is a smart way to handle all your wide format printing needs and also save you time and money.

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What is COR (Certificate of Recognition)

What is COR (Certificate of Recognition) Cor is a certificate of recognition that an employer gets after completing an auditor certification of it business that meets provincial standards. These standards are established by occupational health and safety (OHS). To get a Cor certificate a business must first have a health and safety management system in

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ECA | The Edmonton Construction Association

ECA | The Edmonton Construction Association The Edmonton Construction Association (ECA) was established in 1931 and is today one of the largest No-profit Construction Association Serving Commercial, Institutional and Construction Industry in Western Canada. Threw effective representation and service to over 1,300 member firms, ECA exists to advance the construct industry, through effective representation an

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Calgary

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Calgary Mountain Equipment Co-Op Calgary Available January 1 to December 31, 2017 830 10th Ave SW Calgary, AB. CIBC All Locations MEC 830 10th Ave SW Calgary, AB.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Rocky View

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Rocky View. Invanhoe Cambridge Inc. Available January 1 to December 31, 2017 800, 261055 CrossIron Blvd. Rocky View AB.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Dead Man’s Flats

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Dead Man’s Flats DMF Travel Centre Available January 1 to December 31, 2017 200-1 Avenue Dead Man’s Flats AB.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Lethbridge

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Lethbridge Chinook County Tourism Available January 1 to Decemeber 31, 2017 2805 Scenic Drive Lethbridge, AB.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Canmore

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Canmore Canmore Business & Tourism Available January 1 to December 31, 2017 2801 Bow Valley Trail Canmore AB.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Banff

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Banff Banff & Lake Louise Tourism Available January 1 to December 31, 2017 P.o Box 1298 Banff, AB.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In North Vancouver

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In North Vancouver North Vancouver Visitor Information Available May 1 to December 31, 2017 231-123 Carrie Cates Court North Vancouver, BC. Mountain Equipment Co-op – North Vancouver 212 Brooksbank Avenue North Vancouver, BC.  

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Vancouver

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Vancouver Tourism Vancouver Available January 1 to December 31, 2017 Plaza Level 200 Burrard St. Vancouver BC. Mountain Equipment Co-op Vancouver 130 West Braodway Vancouver, BC.    

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person in Chilliwack.

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person in Chilliwack. Tourism Chilliwack Available May 1 to December 31, 2017 44150 Luckakuck Way Chilliwack, BC.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person in Abbotsford.

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person in Abbotsford. Tourism Abbotsford Available January 1 to December 31, 2017 34561 DeLair Rd. Abbotsford BC.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Victoria.

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Victoria. Mountain Equipment Co-op Victoria 1450 Government Street Victoria, BC. Tourism Victoria-Visitor Information Centre Available January 1 to December 31, 2017 812 Wharf Street Victoria, BC.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Langley.

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Langley. Mountain Equipment Co-Op Langley Unit 1, 6121 200th Street Langley, BC. Tourism Langley Available January 1 to December 31, 2017 E206, 20159 88th Ave Langley BC.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Revelstoke.

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Revelstoke. Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce Available April-1 to Dec 2017 301 Victoria Road Revelstoke, BC.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Merritt

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Merritt. Merritt British Columbia Visitor Centre Available January to December 2017 Junction of Hwy 5 and 97C ( Exit 286) Merritt BC.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Surrey

Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Surrey Peace Arch British Columbia Visitor Centre Available January to December 2017 298 Hwy 99 Surrey BC.

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Pickup Your Free Parks Canada Pass In Person In Kelowna

Pick up your Free Parks Canada Pass in Person in Kelowna. Mountain Equipment Co-Op Kelowna Unit 100 – 1876 Cooper Rd Kelowna, Bc With the 2017 Discovery Pass, You will have unlimited opportunities to enjoy national Marine Conservation Areas, National historic sites across the country and national parks. The discovery pass ensures free entry only

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Pick up your Free Parks Canada Pass in Person in Edmonton

Pick up your Free Parks Canada Pass in Person in Edmonton Mountain Equipment Co-op South Edmonton Common 1624 99 Street Nw Edmonton, AB Campers Village Available Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2017 10951 170 Street Edmonton, AB. Mountain Equipment Co-op Edmonton Downtown 12328 102nd Abe NW Edmonton, Ab CIBC All Branches MEC 11904 104 Ave

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A Little 3M History

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A Little 3M History The 3M Organization, previously referred to as the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, is an American multinational conglomerate company based in Maplewood, Minnesota, a suburb of St. Paul. With $30 billion in yearly revenue, 3M employs 88,000 men and women globally and creates much more than 55,000 products and solutions, which

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LETHBRIDGE HIGH LEVEL BRIDGE ALSO KNOW AS LETHBRIDGE VIADUCT

Lethbridge High Level Bridge also know as Lethbridge Viaduct was constructed between 1907 to 1909 at Lethbridge Alberta, Canada at a cost of $ 1, 334,525. To read more please visit Rona Reproduction

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TELUS SKY INCREDIBLY IMPRESSIVE DESIGN AND STYLE.

In July 2013 Telus announced it’s plans to construct a $ 400- Million, 58 Story tower  (Telus Sky) on the corner of 7 Ave and Centre St.  At the present time resided the Art Central Building. Telus Sky Boasts an incredibly impressive design and style by renowned architect Bjarke Ingels from Copenhagen Denmark Architecture and

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iPhone 7 – The Choicest Phone from Apple

iPhone 7 is one of the most elite and expensive phones to have graced the smart-phone mobile market in recent times. It has generated a lot of interest and excitement amongst the consumers. Gadget gurus feel that the new model is quicker, smoother and packed with hi-fi graphical features. iPhone 7 users can enjoy faster

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Halloween, or Hallowe’en a contraction of all Hallows’ Evening

Halloween, or Hallowe’en (a contraction of All Hallows’ Evening), also known as Allhalloween, All Hallows’ Eve, or All Saints’ Eve, is a celebration observed in a number of countries on 31 October, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows’ Day. It begins the three-day observance of Allhallowtide, the time in the liturgical year dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints (hallows), martyrs, and all the faithful departed. It is widely believed that many Halloween traditions originated

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Rogers Place Arena

Rogers Place Arena Edmontonions have waited for years to be rewarded for their patience by the completion of Rogers Place Arena.  Rogers Place Arena is the home of Edmonton Oilers hockey franchise of the national hockey league.  Open to the public earlier this month, it has held a few events . Many of its significant

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The benefits of a pre-listing home inspection

The benefits of a pre-listing home inspection Home sellers may not consider a pre-listing inspection to be a worthy expense, since buyers will want their own inspections anyway and it could cost time and money if an expensive issue crops up.  However, in today’s market, the reality is that a pre-listing inspection from a qualified

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Considering Bankruptcy

Considering Bankruptcy Bankruptcy is a legal process that can provide a relief to honest unfortunate individuals who are unable to pay their debts. If you are considering bankruptcy, your first step should be to meet with a licensed insolvency Trustee(LIT).  LIT’s are individuals licensed by the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB) to administer

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The 100 Year Old Walterdale Bridge in Edmonton

The 100 Year Old Walterdale Bridge in Edmonton. The famed Walterdale Bridge is a cross-bar steel structure, constructed by the Dominion Bridge Company spanning the Saskatchewan River in the Edmonton region of Alberta province in Canada. The bridge was named in honor of an early colonizer known as John Walter. The Walterdale Bridge is going

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Development Permit Notification Signs Edmonton

Development Permit Notification Signs Edmonton As of April 1, 2016 Development Permit Notification Signs will be mandatory in Edmonton. Edmonton residents in established areas will now have a better idea of what to expect from infill projects in their neighborhoods, thanks to the new rules by city of Edmonton.  As of April-1-2016 development notification signs,

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What are Engineering Sketches and who uses them?

What are Engineering Sketches and who uses them? Engineering Sketches also known as technical drawings are diagrams created to covey graphically the ideas and information necessary for the construction or analysis of structures, systems, machines etc. The basis of most engineering Sketches is orthographic representation (projection).  Objects are depicted by top, front, side, auxiliary, or

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What are Architectural Plans and who uses them for what?

What are Architectural Plans? Architectural plans also know as Architect’s drawings are technical drawings of building, projects or land that falls within the definition of Architecture.  architectural plans are used by architects, builders, estimators, engineers for purpose such as building construction, estimating for project cost, estimating the kinds of natural and men made disasters a

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What is Online Blueprint Printing

What is Online Blueprint Printing? Online blueprint printing is a way to get blueprints printed in large quantity  and shipped back to you.  Simply upload files online and your blueprints are printed.  This convenient upload process allows you to upload files anytime (24/7) from anywhere.  This process also eliminates a person having to physically go

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Heliographic copier or heliographic duplicator | What were they ?

A heliographic copier or heliographic duplicator[1] is an apparatus used in the world of reprography for making contact prints on paper from original drawings made with that purpose on tracing paper, parchment paper or any other transparent or translucent material using different procedures. In general terms some type of heliographic copier is used for making:

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Architectural reprography

Architectural reprography, the reprography of architectural drawings, covers a variety of technologies, media, and supports typically used to make multiple copies of originaltechnical drawings and related records created by architects, landscape architects, engineers, surveyors, mapmakers and other professionals in building and engineering trades. Within the context of archival preservation, the custodians of architectural records must

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Blueprint Printing

blueprint Printing is a reproduction of a technical drawing, documenting an architecture or an engineering design, using a contact print process on light-sensitive sheets. Introduced in the 19th century, the process allowed rapid and accurate reproduction of documents used in construction and industry. The blue-print process was characterized by light colored lines on a blue

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What is Reprography or Reproduction

Reprography or Reproduction is definitely the reproduction of graphics via mechanical or electrical means, like photography or xerography. Reprography is generally employed in catalogs and archives, as well as within the architectural, engineering, and building construction industries. In the United States, the industry is a relatively small industry, with approximately 3000 firms. It comprises entrepreneurial

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Calgarian recounts Italian earthquake horror

Calgarian recounts Italian earthquake horror Calgary restaurant owner Fabio Centini was in his home town of Aquasanta Terme in central Italy this week when a massive earthquake struck, killing more than 250. The town is about 15 kilometres from the quake’s epicentre. “And all of a sudden you’re looking, the room’s shaking, and the bed’s

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Italy announces $73M in emergency funds for residents in quake-hit areas

Italy announces $73M in emergency funds for residents in quake-hit areas Italian Premier Matteo Renzi has authorized a preliminary 50 million euros ($73 million Cdn.) in emergency funding and ordered the cancellation of taxes for residents of quake-hit central Italy. Thursday night’s announcement represented the Italian government’s first relief measures following the Wednesday disaster. Renzi also unveiled

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Airlander 10 airship crash-lands in slow motion during second test flight in Bedfordshire

Airlander 10 airship crash-lands in slow motion during second test flight in Bedfordshire The world’s largest aircraft has crashed landed — ever so slowly — during its second test run in England. The 90-metre Airlander 10 aircraft crashed as it returned to its hanger at Cardington Airfield in Bedfordshire. The incident occurred as the airship

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Arlington Bridge to close for repairs until early September

  Arlington Bridge to close for repairs until early September WINNIPEG — The Arlington Bridge will be completely closed to traffic starting this weekend. The city said the 104-year-old bridge will close Saturday at 6 a.m. and remain closed until 6 p.m. on Sept. 4. The closure is due to routine bridge maintenance, including expansion joint repairs,

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Fort McMurray faced with yet another hurdle: fire at food bank

By Emily MertzWeb Producer  Global News A fire at the food bank in Fort McMurray destroyed an estimated 70 pallets of food and supplies 11 p.m. Sunday. “A fire broke out in the building that we have our extra storage in,” Arianna Johnson, executive director of the Wood Buffalo Food Bank Association, said. “The fire was contained

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Fort McMurray wildfire: some Abasand, Beacon Hill residents to return home Aug. 31

Fort McMurray wildfire: some Abasand, Beacon Hill residents to return home Aug. 31 After months of waiting for answers, Fort McMurray residents still not allowed to return home got some good news. As provincial affairs reporter Tom Vernon explains, starting next week, hundreds of residents will be allowed back. Watch Video  

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Heavy rainfall in Alberta leading to heightened concerns along the North Saskatchewan River

Heavy rainfall in Alberta leading to heightened concerns along the North Saskatchewan River Video  

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North Saskatchewan River peaks overnight, but high water dangers remain

North Saskatchewan River peaks overnight, but high water dangers remain. The North Saskatchewan River crested early Thursday morning and the water level has started to recede. But city officials are still urging people to stay away from the river and river banks. The water on the North Saskatchewan River peaked at about 6.7 metres around

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Fatal crossbow incident in east-end Toronto linked to suspicious package downtown: police

Fatal crossbow incident in east-end Toronto linked to suspicious package downtown: police Three people have died from “crossbow bolt injuries” in a usually quiet east-end Toronto neighbourhood Thursday afternoon and police have taken a 35-year-old man into custody. Homicide investigators say the incident is also connected to a suspicious package investigation at a downtown Toronto

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People share photos of nuns on the beach in response to burkini ban in France

People have taken to social media to post photos of nuns wearing their habits on the beach in response to the controversial burkini bans in France. On Aug. 23, photos emerged of four armed French police officers forcing a womanwearing a burkini — which leaves only the face, hands and feet exposed — on a

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WhatsApp will now share your phone number with Facebook

WhatsApp will soon start sharing users’ phone numbers with it’s parent Facebook, marking a notable shift in its stance on privacy. When Facebook bought WhatsApp in 2014, founder Jan Koum vowed to protect data of its users, saying the deal would not affect its privacy policy. Getty Images/Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (3586419c) However, this change in

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Canada Post: Union representing workers issues 72-hour strike notice

OTTAWA – The union representing nearly 51,000 Canada Post employees issued a 72-hour notice of job action Thursday, accusing the Crown corporation of forcing a labour dispute. But it was not immediately clear whether the action would result in a disruption of mail and parcel deliveries, something that – if it does happen – could

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3D Printing Also known as Additive Manufacturing (AM)

3D Printing 3D Printing, also known as additive manufacturing (AM), are processes used to synthesize a three-dimensional object in which successive layers of material are formed under computer control to create the object. These objects can be of almost any shape or geometry and are produced from digital model data 3D model or other electronic data source

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Engineering Prints

We offer a wide range of large format plan printing available online, whatever the size stock or finish you need. We can print all standard plan sizes 36″ x 48″ ( E Size) 30″ x 42″ (E1 Size) 27.83″ x 39.37″ ( B1 Size) 24″ x 36″ ( D1 Size) 18″ x 24″ ( C

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What Sectors Use Our Services

Sectors  that use our services: Construction House Builder Rail Signalling Telecommunications Automotive Manufacturing Landscape Designers Estate Agents Highways Agencies Land owners Design Build Geo Technical Engineering Civil Engineering Subcontractors Earthworks GIS Mapping Utilities Councils and Planning Agencies.

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Who Uses Our Services

Our Clients are professionals from an array of disciplines & sectors.  They all enjoy our quick plane printing service and quality products to enable them to get their job’s done. Clients: Architects Engineers Surveyors Project Managers Tender Bid Managers Construction Managers Site Agents Construction Managers Quantity Surveyors Cad Managers Drawing Office Managers Product Designers Landscape

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Evolution Pulse Calgary Alberta

Floor count: 31Roof height: 351 ft Expected to be completed in 2016 the residential building, Evolution Pulse, will be a welcome addition to the Calgary Skyline. It’s located near many different shops and services in East Village. Article by: calgarybuzz.com    

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Park Point Tower Calgary Alberta

Floor count: 32Roof height: 351 ft Park point, finishing in 2017, is noted as being walkable, beautiful, and central. Located in Calgary’s Beltline area, Park Point Tower is a residential building and is conveniently by the historic Central Memorial Park and Memorial Park Public Library. Article By: calgarybuzz.com

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Mark on 10th Calgary Alberta

Floor count: 34Roof height: 361 ft In 2016 Mark on 10th will be complete, and even though the mixed-use residential building has not yet been finished, it has sold out completely. Crowned with rooftop amenities, amazing views, and is to host the highest urban garden in the city, Mark on 10th is impressive. Article By: calgarybuzz.com

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The Royal Calgary Alberta

Floor count: 34Roof height: 377 ft Completion for The Royal is set for 2018. The mix-use building is expected to be the tallest building in the Mount Royal Village area. A full-service concierge will be available 24-hours a day to take care of packages, coordinate amenity spaces and more. Article By: calgarybuzz.com

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WAM on 10th West Calgary Alberta

Floor count: 34Roof height: 390 ft WAM on 10th West is a mixed-use building, located in the Beltline area of Calgary, and is set for completion for the summer 2016. Article By: calgarybuzz.com/

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707 Fifth Street Calgary Alberta

Floor count: 27Roof height: 407 ft Completion is expected to be in 2017 for the 707 Fifth Street office building. The design is meant to be simple yet compelling. The building features an indoor winter garden with a 30-foot tall lobby connected. Article by : calgarybuzz.com  

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Vogue Calgary Alberta

Floor count: 36Roof height: 410 ft Another residential building, the Vogue, captures spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains and is located very close to the downtown core at the corner of 6th Avenue and 8th Street SW. The building will be ready to live in later this year. Article By: calgarybuzz.com

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The Guardian Calgary Alberta

Floor count:  44Roof height: 482 ft The Guardian, located in Victoria Park, is set to be the tallest residential building in Calgary. It is made up of two towers, The Guardian North and The Guardian South, and, will be completed later this year. The high-rise features floor-to-ceiling windows providing incredible views of the Bow River.

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Telus Sky Calgary Alberta

Floor count: 58Roof height:  728 ft TELUS Sky is fashioned to be a combination of office space, luxury residential living, and retail stores. At 761,235 square feet this project will be big, and it’s expected to make it’s mark on Calgary’s skyline in 2017. Sitting at the corner of the 100 block of 7 Avenue SW, the project

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Brookfield Place Calgary Alberta

Floor count: 56Roof height: 810 ft Brookfield Place, specifically the building’s East tower, is going to be taller than Calgary’s tallest building, The Bow, when it’s completed in 2017. Located between 1st and 2nd Streets and 6th and 7th Avenues SW, Brookfield Place is fairly close to the river and offers many shops and restaurants

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100 % Satisfaction Guarantee on all Architectural Drawings

100% Satisfaction Guarantee Terms and Conditions If for any reason you aren’t fully satisfied with your Architectural Drawings we will either reprint it or provide a refund, with the following terms and conditions: We reserve the right to have you return the original order, before reprinting or refunding your order. Maximum refund per order per customer is $3250. The

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Rush Jobs Welcome, We are open Extended hours this Civic Holiday long Weekend

Online Blueprint Printing  Printing offers a number of print, copy and duplication services for jobs of any size. We will be open extended hours this civic holiday long weekend to in Fort McMurray , Edmonton and Calgary to catch up on jobs going to Fort McMurray.  Rush delivery service’s have been arranged for Saturday afternoon

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Blueprint

A blueprint is a reproduction of a technical drawing, documenting an architecture or an engineering design, using a contact print process on light-sensitive sheets. Introduced in the 19th century, the process allowed rapid and accurate reproduction of documents used in construction and industry. The blue-print process was characterized by light colored lines on a blue

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Architectural Drawing or Architect’s Drawing

An architectural drawing or architect’s drawing is a technical drawing of a building (or building project) that falls within the definition of architecture. Architectural drawings are used by architects and others for a number of purposes: to develop a design idea into a coherent proposal, to communicate ideas and concepts, to convince clients of the

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How Pokemon GO and Augmented Reality Could Shape Our Cities

Augmented reality is not a new piece of technology. The term has existed in some form since the early 90s, and it has had practical effects for architects since at least 2008, when ArchDaily posted its first AR article about a plugin for Sketchup that allowed users to rotate a digital model around on their desk

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Shanghai Tower The

The Shanghai Tower  is a megatall skyscraper in Lujiazui, Pudong, Shanghai.[9] Designed by Gensler and owned by a consortium of Chinese state-owned companies, it is the tallest of a group of three adjacent supertall buildings in Pudong, the other two being the Jin Mao Tower and the Shanghai World Financial Center. The building is 632 metres

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Oxlea Tower

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Luxe

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The Regency

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Bauer Lofts

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High Point

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Luxe II

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Peace Tower

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Place Bell

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Le Parc

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Telus Tower

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KPMG Tower

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Icône

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Roccabella

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CIBC Tower

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55 Nassau

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360 Main

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201 Portage

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Carlton Towers

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The Luther

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Edmonton’s big-dollar infrastructure doesn’t crack Canada’s top 20

Edmonton’s big-dollar infrastructure didn’t crack the top 20 of Canada’s mega projects. The Northeast Anthony Henday Drive took the 24th spot at $1.81 bilion and Stage 1 of the Edmonton Valley Line at $1.8 billion. Contrast Calgary’s Southwest Calgary Ring Road project, which sit at seventh with a $5 billion cost. The Rogers Place Arena

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Stantec Tower

  Stantec Tower will be Edmonton’s most iconic landmark. Anchoring the Southeast corner of the Ice District’s outdoor plaza, it will become the beacon of the City of Edmonton skyline. The 66-storey development will soar over the existing downtown buildings and with its unique lighting features, will highlight the locations of the Ice District from all directions in Edmonton. Upon

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Edmonton Ice District

A dream nearly a decade in the making is one step closer to coming true as the Edmonton Arena District unveils its official name – ICE District. ICE District is a celebration of Edmonton’s winter city status and the sport that fuels our passion – hockey. ICE District arose from the need for a new

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Red Deer Downtown Arena Project

The new Downtown Arena will be The City’s premier spectator arena and will offer an enhanced experience for those in the stands, including a room temperature spectator area. The modern facility will offer welcoming gathering spaces and an indoor walking track for the community. Skaters will be greeted with more team space, modernized change rooms,

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The One

Mizrahi Developments‘ 80-storey The One is the tallest proposal on our list. At a staggering height of 318.6 metres or 1,045 feet, the newly revealed Foster + Partners-designed residential and retail tower would be the tallest building in Canada if approved and built as currently envisioned. Mayor John Tory and local City Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam have said

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Mirvish+Gehry Toronto

The subject of much recent debate and anticipation, the two towers of Mirvish+Gehry Toronto come in at heights of 92 and 82 storeys, and are the tallest approved proposals for Toronto, and for all of Canada in fact. The taller west tower will rise 305 metres, or 1,000 feet above King Street West. If this

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1-7 Yonge

Pinnacle International‘s bold proposal for the Toronto Star Lands at Yonge and Queens Quay was huge news when the story broke back in 2013. The Hariri Pontarini Architects design calls for six new towers and a recladding and addition for the existing Toronto Star tower. The tallest tower in the proposal, a residential condominium, would rise 88 storeys, coming

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160 Front Street

Cadillac Fairview‘s 54-storey proposal for Front and Simcoe was among the many plans approved by City Council during a marathon meeting in August 2014. Designed by AS + GG Architecture and B+H Architects, the 260 metre or 870 foot office tower would stand just 32 feet shy of Scotia Plaza’s height, currently the second tallest building in Canada.

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45 Bay

Hines and Ivanhoe Cambridge will be redeveloping the parking lot across Bay Street from the Air Canada Centre with a 48-storey Wilkinson Eyre and Adamson Associates Architects-designed office tower. 45 Bay’s first phase will rise to a height of 832 feet, or 253.64 metres, and feature a park bridged above the rail corridor. The building will also be the new home to

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CityPlace Block 22

Destined to be the final phase of Concord Adex‘s master-planned Concord CityPlace neighbourhood, the Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects-designed Block 22 development would feature the two tallest buildings in that community. If the City approves the towers at the heigh requested, at 75 storeys, the taller east tower would stand 247 metres or 811 feet tall, while

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Union Centre

Allied Properties REIT‘s Sweeny &Co Architects-designed Union Centre is the first office tower on our Top Ten list, with far fewer storeys than the condominium towers already listed—this one would rise 48 storeys—but taller overall than the first three on the list at 238 metres, or 782 feet. Skyscrapers geeks will know that this is because office

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50 Bloor Street West

Morguard Corporation‘s 70-storey, Pellow + Associates Architects design for 50 Bloor West was approved at a height of 755 feet (230 metres) last year, though the it seems that company is not in a rush to build the tower yet. Rumblings are that the fist order of business will be upgrades to the Holt Renfrew store at the base,

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80 Bloor Street West

One tower that will definitely not get under way this Spring is 80 Bloor West, just west of Bay. The proposal here was submitted to the City in the Fall of 2013, but movement on this project by site owners the Krugarand Corporation seems to have ground to a halt for the moment. The Bloor-Yorkville area is

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Eau du Soleil

Empire Communities‘ Eau du Soleil is notable for being the only proposal on this list that isn’t located in Downtown Toronto. Designed by Richmond Architects and Zeidler Partnership Architects, the development’s taller 63-storey tower will rise 216 metres or 709 feet above Humber Bay, becoming the tallest building in Canada that isn’t situated in a downtown area. Word is

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Westmount Grand

Westmount Grand Condos is a new condo development by Kingsley Development at 223 Erb Street West, Waterloo. The development was completed in 2011. The development has a total of 72 units. Development Summary From Westmount Grand Condos: A stately building, nestled in landscaped surroundings; The Westmount Grand is an essential Uptown Waterloo address. Just a few blocks

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St. Patrick’s Island

St. Patrick’s Island Civil—Under $50 Million (TIE) Calgary’s long-anticipated East Village urban community is quickly taking shape, with new residential and commercial building springing up around the city’s freshly built infrastructure. You can now add an island playground to the list of amenities in the area. St. Patrick’s Island is a reinvigorated 31-acre island and regional park in the Bow

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Elbow River Pedestrian Bridge Replacements

Elbow River Pedestrian Bridge Replacements Civil—Under $50 Million (TIE) Flooding in June 2013 devastated Calgary’s inner city infrastructure along the picturesque Elbow River, making it difficult for residents and commuters to get around on foot. To get people moving, the City of Calgary needed to act quickly to rebuild three pedestrian bridges wiped out in the flood. The bridges were located

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Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning

Institutional—Under $50 Million (TIE) Institutional—Design Located on the University of Calgary campus, the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning stands on the foundation of the original Nickle Arts Museum, which was demolished to make way for the new building. But while its structure may be firmly rooted in the past, the building has been designed with an eye to the future—fitting for

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Simmons Building

Commercial—Under $50 MillionBuilt in 1912, the Simmons Building served as a factory warehouse for a national bedding manufacturer. Following the post-war years, the building sat empty for decades before Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) took on the restoration project as a part of a public infrastructure initiative to kick-start Calgary’s urban renewal.As one of the few historically designated municipal sites in Calgary, the

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Cass Gilbert

Not to be confused with American architect C.P.H. Gilbert Cass Gilbert (November 24, 1859 – May 17, 1934) was a prominent[1][2] American architect.[3] An early proponent of skyscrapers in works like the Woolworth Building, Gilbert was also responsible for numerous museums (Saint Louis Art Museum) and libraries (Saint Louis Public Library), state capitol buildings (the

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Al Hamra Tower

The Al Hamra Tower is a completed skyscraper in Kuwait City, Kuwait. Al Hamra is the tallest building in Kuwait and the 23rd tallest in the world. he construction of the skyscraper started in 2005. It was completed in 2011. Designed by architectural firms Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and Callison, it is the tallest building in Kuwait,

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Empire State Building

Not to be confused with Empire Building (Manhattan). The Empire State Building is a 102-story[7][8][9][note 2]skyscraper located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, on Fifth Avenuebetween West 33rd and 34th Streets. It has a roof height of 1,250 feet (381 m), and with its antenna spire included, it stands a total of 1,454 feet (443 m)

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MC2

MC2 Location: Southwest Marine Drive and Cambie Street, VancouverArchitect: James K.M. Cheng ArchitectsCompletion: 2018Height: Two towers at 26 storeys and 32 storeys Intracorp’s MC² project across the street from Marine Gateway and the Canada Line’s Marine Drive Station will consist of 443 market residential units. The development will have a significant public art piece at the corner of Southwest

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Vancouver House

Vancouver House Location: 1400 Howe Street, VancouverBudget: $400-millionArchitect: Bjarke Ingels GroupCompletion: 2018Height: 150.3 metres (493 feet); 52 storeys One of Vancouver’s most architecturally daring buildings, designed by world renowned Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, is slated to become an iconic ‘gateway’ into the downtown peninsula. Vancouver House is located at the north end of the Granville Street Bridge. Its base is a triangle

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Rogers Arena Towers

Rogers Arena Towers    Location: 800 Griffiths Way, VancouverBudget: $300-millionArchitect: Walter Francl Architecture, Busby Perkins Will, B.H. Bunting CoadyCompletion: Multi-tower project – 2015 to 2018Height: Three towers between 26 to 31 storeys Three towers with 614 residential rental units will enclose Rogers Arena in the coming years. The lower levels of the towers will be occupied by office space. The West Tower

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One Pacific

One Pacific Location: 68 Smithe Street, VancouverArchitect: IBI/HB ArchitectsCompletion: 2016Height: 91 metres (299 feet); 18 storeys Across the street from the Urban Casino Resort near BC Place, Concord Pacific is constructing a 18-storey residential project with 423 market units and 45,000 square feet of retail on the podium. The building features curved glass facades, a sky garden, a podium with palm

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MNP Tower

MNP Tower Location: 1021 West Hastings Street, VancouverBudget: $75-millionArchitect: Kohn Pedersen Fox / Musson Cattel Mackey PartnershipCompletion: early-2015Height: 143 metres (469 feet); 35 storeys Wedged between the Guinness Tower on the west and Marine Building on the east, MNP Tower sits on the small heritage site of the University and Quadra Clubs. An office tower is squeezed into the small

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745 Thurlow Street

745 Thurlow Street Location: 745 Thurlow Street, VancouverBudget: $150-millionArchitect: Musson Cattel Mackey PartnershipCompletion: 2015Height: 92 metres (302 feet); 23 storeys The 23-storey, 365,000-square-foot office tower at the southwest corner of Thurlow and Alberni streets will help bring additional foot traffic to the Robson Street and Thurlow Street shopping corridors. The first three floors of the Bentall Kennedy building will be

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‘Urban Casino Resort’ at BC Place (Site 10A)

‘Urban Casino Resort’ at BC Place (Site10A) Location: Site 10A adjacent to BC Place, VancouverBudget: $535-millionArchitect: Le Groupe ARCOP / Panzini-Architectes / IBI GroupCompletion: late-2016Height: 93 metres (305 feet); 25 storeys Construction is well underway on the 675,000-square-foot casino-resort on the southwest end of BC Place Stadium to become a new entertainment and hotel destination that replaces the existing Edgewater Casino at

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725 Granville Street

725 Granville Street Location: 725 Granville Street, Vancouver (formerly Sears)Budget: $66-millionArchitect: James K.M. Cheng ArchitectsCompletion: Pacific Centre expansion – spring 2016 | Nordstrom – September 18, 2015 | Office space – 2016Height: 8 storeys Built and designed in 1973 by César Pelli, the former Sears (and Eatons) building is now undergoing a transformation for its third iteration following the vacancy of

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MARINE GATEWAY

Marine Gateway Location: 6486 Chester Street, VancouverBudget: $370-millionCompletion: Office tower – spring 2015 | Residential tower – 2016Architect: Busby Perkins & Will Architects Co.Height: Office tower – 90 metres (295 feet); 24 storeys | Residential tower – 136 metres (446 feet); 46 storeys Marine Gateway at the corner of Marine Drive and Cambie Street, adjacent to the Canada Line’s

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TELUS GARDEN

TELUS Garden Location: 520 West Georgia Street, VancouverBudget: $750-millionCompletion: Office tower – spring 2015 | Residential tower – 2016Architect: Henriquez Partners ArchitectsHeight: Office tower – 90 metres (295 feet); 24 storeys | Residential tower – 136 metres (446 feet); 46 storeys The $750-million TELUS Garden city-block sized redevelopment project is racing towards completion. It comprises of one office

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TRUMP INTERNATIONAL HOTEL & TOWER VANCOUVER.

Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver. Location: 1151 West Georgia Street, VancouverBudget: $360-millionCompletion: 2016Architect: Arthur Erickson | Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership | DYS ArchitectureHeight: 188 metres (617 feet); 63 storeys Vancouver’s ‘tabletop skyline’ has been punctured with the construction of the Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver on West Georgia Street near Thurlow Street. Work on the 188-metre

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William Van Alen

William Van Alen (August 10, 1883 – May 24, 1954) was an American architect, best known as the architect in charge of designing New York City’s Chrysler Building (1929–30). William Van Alen was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1883. He attended Pratt Institute while working for the architect Clarence True. He also studied for

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The Exchange

The Exchange Location: 475 Howe Street, VancouverBudget: $240-millionArchitect: Harry GuggerCompletion: 2017Height: 114 metres (374 feet); 31 storeys The Exchange strives to restore Vancouver’s 1929-built Old Stock Exchange building while also attempting to attain a LEED Platinum environmental certification. The office tower project is being driven by Credit Suisse and designed by Swiss architect Harry Gugger. Office levels will be

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Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is an art museum located in Midtown Manhattan in New York City, on 53rd Street betweenFifth and Sixth Avenues. It has been important in developing and collecting modernist art, and is often identified as the most influential museum of modern art in the world.[2] It is also one of

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Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright (born Frank Lincoln Wright, June 8, 1867 – April 9, 1959) was an American architect, interior designer, writer, and educator, who designed more than 1,000 structures, 532 of which were completed. Wright believed in designing structures that were in harmony with humanity and its environment, a philosophy he called organic architecture. This

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