Travino – Royal Oak

Project Overview

The Travino development located in Royal Oak consists of five individual mixed use commercial and residential buildings situation above a common underground parking structure. The development includes wide use of solar domestic hot water, on-site storm water treatment and energy efficient variable refrigerant flow heating and cooling systems. Avalon has designed the mechanical, plumbing and fire suppression systems for the first two phases of construction, including approximately 120 residential suites, the parkade and a large portion of commercial space. We are currently working on the design for the third phase.

CARSA – University of Victoria

Project Overview

The Centre for Athletics, Recreation and Special Abilities, located on the University of Victoria campus, is a brand new facility providing training, recreation, research and learning facilities to the community. The building was designed to meet LEED Gold standards and has included numerous sustainability features such as a complete geothermal heating and cooling system, high efficiency potable water systems and extensive use of natural light. The facility is home to CanAssist, the Vikes and contains more than 190,000 square feet of floor space, a 2,100 seat gymnasium, extensive fitness and sports areas and a 16 metre climbing wall. Our role in the project was providing a complete fire suppression system design.

Berwick Retirement Communities

Project Overview

We have provided mechanical engineering services for numerous Berwick Retirement Communities located across British Columbia. Each community has come with individual design requirements and specific approaches to ensure that the finished product is in line with the vision of the owner and will meet the needs of the occupants. Over the course of the projects completed, the designs have included standard heating and cooling systems, central domestic hot water, extensive commercial kitchens, amenity spaces and spa facilities.