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SHELTER PROJECT PROFILE

From Alpine Ski Chalet to Remote Summer Cottage…

Shelter Makes Construction a Breeze

THE CHALLENGE

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    Semi-remote location

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    Impractical commute for

trades people

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    High costs of daily travel

to semi-remote site

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    Short construction season

THE SOLUTION

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    Prefabricate building in

doors at Greater Vancouver-based Shelter Industries and assemble on site.

with BC birch wooden floor; a full kitchen with heated slate floors, a breakfast bar and Architect Kanau Uyeyama and Real Estate Develop- ment and Promotions Con- sultant Mary Todd partnered with Shelter Industries to construct this 1500 eating nook; a vaulted, exposed beam ceiling featur- ing a loft; a glass cov- square foot modu- lar-built cottage in the recreational Most recreation properties in the Pa- cific Northwest are too remote for easy construction. Modu- lar-built homes are the ideal solution ered sun deck; and outdoor hot tub/spa; and plenty of extra de- sign features that make this chalet stand out as a sophisticated addition to the Hem- village of the Hemlock Valley Ski resort, just outside of Greater Vancou-

ver (between Mis- sion and Agassiz, BC). This attractive 4-bedroom cottage features log home siding; sturdy 2x6 construction; and extra large carport; high- pitched snow roof; plenty of large windows to take full ad- vantage of the gorgeous view; a spacious great room

lock Valley village. But what is truly unique about this

recreation home is that it was built on a remote site in as lit- tle as 3 months! Normally, recreation homes on remote sites can take as much as 2 years to develop. Laying foun-

dations, scheduling trades and

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