Small Commercial

Project Overview

The City of Fernie in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce needed new interpretive sign panels installed at the Visitor Centre. The City wanted our team to install the panels and then construct a patio surface using reclaimed paver stones.

Project Details

  • Project Type: Small Commercial Project
  • Projected Budget: $5,000.00- $10,000.00
  • Reclaimed Material, Deep Pilings, Interpretive Panels, Paver Patio, Small Commercial
1 Clearing the ground
Safety is paramount in any job, and we always take it seriously
2 Laying pavers
The pavers were layed on a bed of compressed sand
3 Finished Project
The boards were firmly fastened to concrete footings that extended down below the frost-line for years of maintenance free education
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The project needed to be completed in 2 distinct phases: install the deep pilings required to support the post and interpretive panels, install the reclaimed pavers. The purpose of two phase approach was to ensure that the sub base was compacted appropriately around the newly installed pilings, this is imperative to get right as it forms the base of the paver installation. If it was not perfect the project would have been a disaster.

Key Design Features

Pro-Active Solution

We worked closely with the City of Fernie to accomplish this project within a allocated budget. The decision to utilize reclaimed pavers facilitated lower material costs and our team was up to the task. It can be a struggle to repurpose or reuse construction materials but very rewarding if the end product is successful.

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The City of Fernie in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce needed new interpretive sign panels installed at the Visitor Centre. The City wanted our team to install the panels and then construct a patio surface using reclaimed paver stones.