Residential Home – TRF woodcrafts Ltd.
The roof trusses for this residential home were supplied by Island Truss. The home was built by TRF woodcrafts Ltd., a building company based near the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island.
Gablecraft – Agius Builders Ltd.
GableCraft on Lancaster Way is a peaceful neighbourhood with 3 bedroom town and patio homes built in a park like setting in the town of Comox, BC. This multi-unit project was built by Agius Builders Ltd. located in Courtenay, BC.
Morrison Creek Commons – Brando
Morrison Creek Commons is a single family development in Courtenay, BC built by Brando Construction a building company in the Comox Valley.
Townhouses – McQueen Construction Ltd.
Townhouses constructed by McQueen Construction Ltd. in Courtenay, BC on Vancouver Island.
Residential Homes – Bricor Developments Ltd.
This residential home built by Bricor Developments Ltd. in Courtenay, BC uses roof trusses manufactured by Island Truss Ltd.
Piercy Creek Estates
Piercy Creek Estates built by Cameron Contracting Ltd. is a new development located on Cumberland Road in Courtenay, BC.
Ridgeview Estates – Avril Homes
Ridgeview Estates is a townhouse development built by Avril Homes in Courtenay, BC.
Corinthia Estates – Muchalat
The Corinthia Estates are luxurious condominiums located near the Crown Isle Golf Resort in Courtenay, BC. Island Truss supplied Comox Valley builders Muchalat Developments with trusses for this condominium project.
The Timbers – Monterra Developments
The Timbers at Crown Isle is a residential development in East Courtenay on Vancouver Island. Homes in The Timbers were built by Comox Valley builder, Monterra West Home Builders.
Duplex Unit – Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity works with qualifying families to build new homes, using creative funding strategies such as 'sweat equity.' Island Truss is working with Habitat for Humanity to build this duplex unit in Courtenay, BC.
Homes in Campbell River – Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity brings communities together to help families build strength, stability, and self-reliance through affordable homeownership. Founded in 2004, Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North is one of 56 local Habitats across Canada working toward a world where everyone has a safe and affordable place to call home. So far, they have built 20 homes on the North Island and served 22 homeowner families thanks to two instances in which the homeowner sold their home back to Habitat after an improved financial situation. With the recent purchase of two large plots of land totalling 1.82-acres, and commitments to build 19 homes in Campbell River and Courtenay over the next three years, the organization is entering the most exciting and ambitious stage in its 14-year history. For more information, please visit www.habitatnorthisland.com.