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Haebler Construction began in 1959 with an initial focus on schools, parks board projects, and custom homes.

Through the 60's and 70's we gradually took on larger projects, including the Physical Education Centre at UBC , library additions at Simon Fraser University, and many types of social and market housing, including the False Creek Redevelopment project in Vancouver.

In the 1980's Haebler Construction undertook such major works as the Taghum Bridge near Nelson, the snow sheds at Rogers Pass, the German, Mexican and European Pavilions at Expo 86, and numerous high-rise residential projects throughout Vancouver's Lower Mainland.

Major projects undertaken in the 90's included the Bower Building, (a 15-storey Class A Office Building in Vancouver), the Cambie Gardens Housing Development (opposite City Hall in Vancouver), the Raven Woods Projects in North Vancouver, various high end private homes, renovations to the heritage Randall Building at 555 West Georgia, and various commercial buildings, such as the Sun Sui Wah Restaurant, Royal Ascot Care Centre and various renovations to the Vancouver General Hospital.




In the new millennium Haebler Construction saw a focus towards new and challenging architectural designs. A sample of projects completed includes the Waterfall Building (designed by Arthur Erickson), the Lore Krill Housing Co-op (which won the 2004 Governor General's Medal for Architecture), the Liu Centre at UBC, and The Lumiere (which won the 2003 UDI Award for Best Residential High-rise).

Many of our 1990 and post-2000 projects can be viewed, along with interesting project details, in the PORTFOLIO section of our website.



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