(Kamloops, British Columbia) April 18, 2011 – In the frenetic high-stakes world of BC property development, innovation and sustainability are keys to success. Mibroc Group, a leading residential and commercial builder that creates environmentally responsible properties, is showing how it’s done. In fact, the company just received a nod from BC Business magazine, naming it one of the province’s top 20 innovative companies.
Mibroc Group Stands Out From Home-Building Pack
Mibroc Group has turned what can be the stressful process of building a new home into meaningful experiences and memories. Gestures have included homeowners’ children outfitted in hardhats and tool belts to “help” with construction, and time capsules embedded into driveways.
“There are a lot of negative connotations to building your own home. We wanted to take away the stress and create a unique experience tailored to each family,” says Bryan Yorke, Mibroc Director of Marketing and Communications. “We’re at our best when we’re involved in our clients’ decision-making process from beginning to end, sometimes even helping to choose the lot for their future home.”
On the sustainability front, Mibroc Group is developing the Talasa residential project at Sun Rivers Golf Resort, Canada’s first geothermal resort community. When completed, Talasa will house more than 450 residences. In addition to the living area, the development will also feature a 25,000 square foot Village Centre with retail space, office space and an active living residence.
JELD-WEN Windows and Doors is the exclusive window supplier for the Talasa project.
“Mibroc Group is committed to innovation and sustainability, and it’s clear from the projects they choose to develop,” says Sante Cigana, JELD-WEN Canada Vice President. “We’re fortunate to align with a developer that sees the benefits of creating green properties using sustainable materials and construction practices.”
Little carpenters working hard with Mibroc Team!
JELD-WEN Windows and Doors was founded in 1960 and currently employs over 1,200 Canadians. In 2003, JELD-WEN consolidated their 27 brands under a single product identity. It is now one of the largest manufacturers of windows and doors with locations in 22 countries and more than 20,000 employees worldwide.