Nominations open for VIREB Commercial Building Awards

Which company has built the best commercial, industrial and revenue producing buildings on Vancouver Island north of the Malahat in 2015?

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2016 Vancouver Island Real Estate Commercial Building Awards, set for Thursday, April 21 at the Coast Bastion Hotel in Nanaimo. The ninth annual celebration of the best in commercial and industrial construction is for buildings completed between Jan. 1, 2015 and Dec. 31, 2015 from the Malahat to Port Hardy on Vancouver Island.

“This event is all about celebrating what these individuals and companies have built, which make our Vancouver Island communities so vibrant,” says Mark MacDonald of Business Examiner Vancouver Island, which stages the event for VIREB.

“The Commercial Division of the Vancouver Island Real Estate board is very pleased to showcase the best new commercial projects in our ninth annual VIREB Commercial Building Awards,” says Commercial Building Awards chair Derek Constantino. “The showcase event for commercial developers, realtors and lenders, the annual Commercial Building Awards has become a symbol for honouring the best projects here on Vancouver Island. These new projects have become signatures in our respective communities and we are delighted to acknowledge the hard work and dedication from everyone involved.”

There are 11 categories for these awards: Mixed Use (Commercial/Residential), Seniors Housing, Community – Institutional, Community – Recreational, Retail, Industrial, Multi-Family, Hospitality, Commercial Renovation/Restoration, Office and Green.

Nomination forms can be downloaded from vireb.com, or contact Sue Lessard at slessard@vireb.com for a copy of the submission forms. The deadline for submissions is March 3.

 

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