Greyback Construction Ltd. has a strong history of cooperation and collaboration with government agencies with experience in construction of libraries, schools, health centers and assisted living homes.
An industry leader, Greyback successfully builds quality institutional projects, focusing primarily on the Okangan Valley, but diversifying thoughout the province.
Named the Judges’ Choice winner for best overall entry at the 2014 Southern Interior Construction Association Commercial Building Awards and also won the Excellence Award in Community Facilities.
The two-storey building includes offi ces, council chamber, public spaces, reception and archival space. The building was designed to reflect traditional First Nations architecture in a modern form.
Greyback Construction is currently working on the new Penticton Indian Band Health Centre.
This was a new two storey elementary school consisting of approximately 3090 m² of floor area.
Path construction achieved a significant milestone with the completion of the first phase of the project, the recycled rubber path and over-the-water walkway east of the Peach.
The new hall replaced the town’s existing fire hall, which no longer met the functional, operational and safety requirements of the Osoyoos Volunteer Fire Department.
The project included extensive specialty Process Mechanical, Civil, Electrical and Instrumentation requirements.
Since 2010 the District of Vanderhoof has been working towards bringing an indoor aquatic centre to the community. In 2017 Greyback Construction began building the new Vanderhoof Aquatic Centre.
In August 2013, Greyback Construction completed the restoration of 95 wood windows at the Historic Central School.
Greyback is proud to have been involved in providing Construction Management Services to complete the preservation and restoration of The Shatford, one of Penticton's finest heritage buildings, built in 1921.
Greyback provided Construction Management services for a new wood-frame 13,000 sq ft Emergency Services building to replace the existing firehall.
The renovated facility hosts a state-of-the-art competition pool, a leisure pool and a newly enlarged family hot pool, as well as improvements to the fitness facility and family change rooms.
At Kamloops Royal Inland Hospital, the new helipad juts out over the hillside.
Demolition of the existing system-packaged rooftop unit and portions of ductwork;
In 2011 Greyback was awarded the contract to construct a new RCMP Detachment, responding to the needs of increased policing requirements in Golden and surrounding areas. The existing building had been in use since 1977.
Greyback broke ground in April of 2018, to begin the construction of the new three-storey Canyon Falls Middle School in the Upper Mission area of Kelowna, BC. The school was built to address the issue of over-crowding in educational facilities in this region.
Greyback Construction Ltd. is continuously looking for talented candidates to join our team.
We offer challenging and fulfilling work with various opportunities for individuals to build careers. Our employees are vital to our success.