Company Profile

About Blackcomb Facade Technology

We are engineers, designers, and focused thinkers. Engineering extraordinary facade solutions is what we do, and we do it using the most innovative technology available.

Origins

Working with amazing builders in Whistler's high-end market has led us to seek out the best suppliers and staff. From day one, the vision has been to work on the most interesting architectural projects with the very best building science professionals.

Strategy

Meeting design aesthetic, budget and schedule objectives of each project without compromise.

Technology

We believe German facade system technology is a generation ahead of North America, and such we have partnered with RAICO Bautechnik.

Design

We are construction nerds at our core. We start with an architectural intent and we break it down to its simplest aesthetic and functional result.

Environment

Fun work with fun people is our motto. We nurture the relationships within our organization as well as with our customers and suppliers.

Solutions

We strongly believe that the most successful projects are the result of a design assist approach during the preconstruction phase.

Office

A collaborative, open concept approach to team work

Our head office in Whistler, BC includes an open concept engineering and design studio along with a full manufacturing facility. In addition, we have a secondary manufacturing facility and satellite office in Burnaby, BC.

Specialized & Distributed

How we work is equally important as to where we work

With a depth of experience and wide range of expertise among our people, we're able to assemble teams best suited to the location, requirements, and unique challenges of each project. This makes us agile and incredibly adept at implementing complex engineering solutions.

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Systems

A curtain wall system is the skin of a building in which the walls are non-structural, utilized to keep the weather out and the occupants in. But we believe it's much more.

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