With the recent growth of the wine trade in our region, Greyback has become an industry forerunner in winery development, successfully completing many notable winery projects of all sizes and budgets within the Okanagan Valley.
Greyback is proud to have built many of the Okanagan's most recognized wineries including Wild Goose, Church + State, Tinhorn Creek Restaurant, Black Hills, Blasted Church, Blue Mountain, Burrowing Owl, Hester Creek, Lakebreeze Winery, NK'Mip, Red Rooster and Vincor.
We look forward to contributing to your winery project, and to the future growth of the Valley's wine industry.
The stunning setting was perfect inspiration for the special design of an iconic Okanagan facility reflecting both the fine quality of the public visitor experience and the wine offered.
The Greata Ranch Winery Expansion project involved a major demolition and rebuild to the inside of the existing building and extensive upgrades.
The Painted Rock tasting room is a luxurious facility that hosts everything from casual tastings of their award-winning wines to special events held on the terraced patios.
The new restaurant "Miradoro" at TInhorn Creek Winery is 4,000 square feet with seating for 130 indoors and outdoors on a wrap-around deck with panoramic views of the Valley below.
With some of the most spectacular views in the Okanagan, the winery sits high on a lakeside hill, part of a 1200 acre development.
The Church and State Coyote Bowl Winery in Oliver is designed as a specialty enclosure for limited, fine wine production, cellaring and tasting.
The final stage of this environmentally sensitive project included a larger wine shop, executive offices and 10 unit boutique hotel, in addition to successfully converting the fire suppression water supply reservoir into a swimming pool.
In 2014, Greyback began the construction of the new Cannery Brewing Company production facility. The Cannery Brewing Company outgrew their original space and relocated to a property where they could expand their business, in the downtown core.
Located at the entrance to the Skaha Hills housing development, the winery is nestled in the hillside overlooking Skaha Lake below.
Drawing inspiration from the tradition of wooden barn buildings in the Okanagan, this winery celebrates the history of local farms by reviving this approach to building: simple, light, inexpensive and constructed of locally produced materials.
Expansion of the winery is now complete: a two-storey 1800 sq ft addition including a Wine Shop, new tasting room, private function room, kitchen facilities, staff room, 65 seat deck area, barrel room and lab.
At the winery, Greyback built a 4000 sq ft barrel storage building of precast walls and structural steel roof which is joined to the existing winery by a new breezeway.
We put our team of Concrete Specialists to work building a small specialized white wine facility on the winemakers' farm located on the Naramata Bench.
In 2009, Greyback completed construction of the new Therapy winery, quadrupling the size of the previous winery to 7,500 sq ft and expanding production capacity from from 10,000 cases up to 15,000.
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.