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Featured Project  Paul First Nation Public School
Featured Project Paul First Nation Public School 05/13/2019

Engineered Assemblies brings Indigenous Art to Life on Facade of new Paul First Nation School in Alberta

 

Uniting the house of design with the field of construction    

 

A new school is being built for Kindergarten through Grade 9 students on the Paul First Nation Reserve 70 kilometers west of Edmonton in Alberta.  With funding support from Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, the building will house 315 students and will be an engaging hub where students can learn, grow, foster unity and strengthen the cultural aspirations of the Paul First Nation.


 
Tech Corner - Volume 1
Tech Corner - Volume 1 05/01/2019

Standard Manufacturer’s Warranty Vs Expected Lifespan


by Jeff Ker, Sr Technical Advisor at EA

Over the years I have often been asked about the manufacturer’s warranty on a given product.
The short answer is often quite simple.  Ten years is typical for many of the products represented by Engineered Assemblies.
What is the expected lifespan is something I’m seldom asked, but often volunteer.

VRCA's Supplier of the Year Award goes to...
VRCA's Supplier of the Year Award goes to... 10/29/2018
Oct 26, 2018 - Vancouver, British Columbia.  Engineered Assemblies was honoured with the GOLD VRCA (Vancouver Regional Construction Association) Award for Manufacturers and Suppliers of the year category for contributions to the Langara College Science and Technology Building.  
Engineered Assemblies Inc. doesn’t want a bigger piece of the pie. It wants a bigger pie.
Engineered Assemblies Inc. doesn’t want a bigger piece of the pie. It wants a bigger pie. 06/26/2018
Engineered Assemblies Inc. doesn’t want a bigger piece of the pie. It wants a bigger pie. For the lightweight exterior cladding company, that means bolstering the entire industry, competitors included.
Thoughtful restoration in mid-town Toronto
Thoughtful restoration in mid-town Toronto 07/31/2018

Architecture in Toronto, as an inanimate witness to our history, has as many stories as it has buildings. We have as many as 2,500 high rises that are 30 to 50 years or older, all from a time when the cost of energy was a fraction of what it is now. 

Canso Canal Control Tower By Engineered Assemblies
Canso Canal Control Tower By Engineered Assemblies 06/26/2018
The Canso Canal separates the Gulf of St. Lawrence from the Atlantic Ocean. Canso Causeway Swing Bridge connects Cape Breton Island with the Mainland Nova Scotia. Since its construction in 1955, the bridge has been subjected to a significant volume of vehicular and railway traffic. It is a vital communication link not only to Cape Breton Island, but also to Newfoundland.