A big thank you to the Island Technology Professionals organization for this year’s Presidents Award !! Our team here at SableARC really appreciates the recognition and support you provide our island technicians.. Without them we wouldn’t be able to produce the projects that we do and appreciate your continued support. ... See MoreSee Less
The ‘Revy HH1’ is officially under construction in Revelstoke, BC and we’re excited to watch it grow. The siting provides primary southern views towards the peak of Mount Begbie and perspectives of mount Derikson and Frisby above a heavy cliff to the north! The model image shows the southern face filled with aluminum-clad triple-glazed wood windows; lots of winter sun to be earned with metal louvers and deep roof eaves to help shade them during the summer.. The house is being constructed of ICF walls and floors to help keep it nice and cozy after a long day on the slopes!! Wonder when we should plan our next site inspection 😉 ... See MoreSee Less
In light of Earth Day, we thought it an opportune time to announce SableWORKS first design-build project! We just broke ground on this large eco-minded home that boasts ample passive solar heat gain strategies, natural ventilation, r-35 walls, r-60 roof, triple-glazed high solar heat gain windows, thermal-buck window installations, a 6kw PV roof mounted system and much much more!! The lot is perfect for harnessing the sun’s energy with a south-facing slope towards expansive water views..! We’re very excited about this new venture and will be sure to keep you posted on it’s further development. ... See MoreSee Less
The ‘Mutch Apartments’ are well underway with construction! Going to be a nice new project in Stratford, being the first apartment building with underground parking in the area. More on this to come... ... See MoreSee Less
Another project SableARC is proud to be involved with. A beautiful brick building with annex that has sat vacant for a few years now so we’re all happy to see the original architect, Thomas Alley’s work, brought back to life ! Will share some finished pics in the next few weeks.
Renovations are being made to the former Canadian Red Cross building at 62 Prince St. in Charlottetown to accommodate a total of seven high-end residential units and a new 8x13 three-storey addition at the rear of the building to make way for