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Queen of Peace Monastery Featured in DDC Journal

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2/1/2013

Queen of Peace Monastery Featured in DDC Journal


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One of our projects, the Queen of Peace Monastery in the Squamish Valley in British Columbia, was featured in the Spring 2013 issue of DDC Journal.   + Read the article here+ Learn more about the Queen of Peace Monastery here
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Rockwood Building - Affordable Housing in Portland

Date: 
2/7/2012

Rockwood Building - Affordable Housing in Portland


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The Rockwood Building, a new affordable housing and multi-use development in Portland, Oregon, is featured in the latest issue of DDC Journal. + Click here to read the article (p.138)+ Click here to read the project profile
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Under Construction: Oceanside Beach House, Oregon Coast

Date: 
12/14/2010

Under Construction: Oceanside Beach House, Oregon Coast


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The Oceanside Beach House is located only 1,000 feet from the Pacific Ocean on the Oregon coast. Designed by architect Jeff Stern in close collaboration with the homeowners, the home is a modern interpretation of a traditional Oregon beach house.      "We were looking for cost effective windows and doors that were suitable for the harsh coastal environment," says Jeff. "After seeing the Innotech products at the Z-haus in Portland, we felt the Innotech windows with the tilt and turn operation suited both the design of the house and the owners' lifestyle much better than other types of windows more commonly available. The substantial profile and the ability to do a very large Tilt + Slide Door were also very appealing." The wedge shaped design of the home was inspired by the triangular site and built to maximize the spectacular panoramic views from all angles. The interior of the home features a gently sloping ceiling and carefully placed openings to maximize the views and track the path of the sun throughout the day.  + Follow the construction progress of the Oceanside Beach House at the IN SITU Architecture blog   Photos courtesy of IN SITU Architecture.
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Innotech Projects Featured in Award Magazine

Date: 
11/2/2008

Innotech Projects Featured in Award Magazine


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The Black Rock Oceanfront Resort in Ucluelet is a storm watching destination. It offers luxury in a dramactic setting that thrusts guests into the midst of nature's restless seaside energy. VIA Architecture  chose Innotech windows and doors because of our track record in delivering windows and doors with durability and performance features ideal for coastal British Columbia.  + Read the project profile on Black Rock Oceanfront Resort + Visit the website for Black Rock Oceanfront Resort  Surrounded by breathtaking mountain views, Wanult Beach Resort is an exclusive lakeside haven with a private beach on Lake Osoyoos in British Columbia. Innotech supplied all of the exterior doors throughout the resort.  + Read the project profile on Walnut Beach Resort + Visit the website for Walnut Beach Resort
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Innotech Project is LEED® Registered

Date: 
12/9/2007

Innotech Project is LEED® Registered


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Veer Lofts is a residential project by Vulcan Inc. in Seattle's South Lake Union neighbourhood. Veer Lofts is LEED® Registered seeking Silver Certification with the US Green Building Council. Featuring floor to ceiling windows in each loft, Innotech Windows + Doors is proud to be a part of Seattle's new green community!  + Visit the Veer Lofts website
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Innotech Donates Windows for Hospital in Paraguay

Date: 
6/6/2007

Innotech Donates Windows for Hospital in Paraguay


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In partnership with Christian Blind Ministry International (CBMI), Innotech has donated over 150 windows to a full service eye hospital in Asuncisn, Paraguay. "This new hospital will not only give us the ability to help many more non-paying patients but we will also provide eye care services to people who can afford to pay for our services," said Paraguan ophthalmologist Dr. Rainald Duerksenn during a recent visit to Abbotsford. + Read full story (PDF)
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