The project at 330 Goldstream Avenue is using the Lean Project Delivery method to build 102 affordable rentals for seniors, adults with disabilities, and families. View the live webcam to watch the building being constructed in real time.
About the Project
Developed by the Greater Victoria Housing Society and funded by BC Housing, the six-storey wood frame building comprises 5,880 m2 (63,292 ft2) of gross liveable area over two stories of underground parking. The building accommodates a range of unit sizes - 50 studios, 39 one-bedrooms, one two-bedroom, and 12 three-bedrooms. The six-storey wood frame structure was selected for its flexibility, efficiency and affordability.
The project will:
- Document the project from beginning to end to better understand and share the benefits of Lean construction and the Last Planner® system as a method to achieve quality performance and reliability.
- Report on the outcomes and opportunities for further research in advancing high performance buildings using modern methods of construction.
- Identify, assemble, analyze and present relevant Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) case study projects for their applicability to affordable multi-family housing projects in BC.
Members of the public and industry professionals are encouraged to get involved with this project by viewing the real-time webcam which shows the construction of 330 Goldstream Ave; access the link here (webcam services provided by Multivista).
For more information regarding this project and the Lean Project Delivery method, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.