Under the leadership of Brookfield Residential president Alan Norris, chairman of the RESOLVE Calgarians Committed to Change Cabinet, a group of his peers in the housing and development industry agreed to contribute $11.2 million toward the construction of affordable housing in the city.
Among the first to step up was Bob Harris, chief executive of Centron Group of Companies. Norris and cabinet member Jay Westman, chairman and CEO of Jayman...
Centron’s 14 Story, two tower Place 10 project is targeting Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) silver under the Canada Green Building Council.
LEED Provides the guidelines to ensure that buildings not only add great value to their community, but leave a positive environmental legacy – something Centron is proud to support.
“Going Green” in the next phases of this project will provide a necessary and exciting challenge....
Our very own 355,000 sq. ft. Centre 10 office building took home the Buildings Award at the 2015 Awards of Excellence in Concrete this June.
Never one to shy away from a challenge, our tenacious team at Centron rose to the occasion with this project, using cast-in-place concrete for the major building structure. The excellent use of concrete set the foundation for a building now utilized and enjoyed by numerous tenants, including the National...
Centron is pleased to announce our newest tenant to Blackfoot Point Business Park, TECTERRA Inc.
TECTERRA contributes to economic growth in Alberta and across Canada by investing in and supporting the development and commercialization of geomatics technology for integrated resource management and other geospatial applications.
Set to move in July 2015, TECTERRA will occupy a suite on the Main Floor of Building 2, joining neighbors SCM...
DAVID PARKER, CALGARY HERALD More from David Parker, Calgary Herald
Published on: January 2, 2015Last Updated: January 2, 2015 5:00 AM MST
Cranes were again hovering over downtown in 2014, but the big birds were also visible in many other areas of Calgary, working on some exciting projects that are changing the city.
The Beltline community outside the downtown core is really active with projects such as Centron’s Place 10 on 10th Avenue...
Centrally located at the heart of Calgary's future, at 10th Ave and 4th Street SW, not unlike the Rockefeller Christmas Tree, our 200 Ft freestanding crane was recently erected for the exciting next steps of construction of our Premium Office Development ~ Place 10.
Decorated with holiday lights, an the Centron brand, sits our "Christmas tree" which will act as a gathering place for 400 or more contractors and employees. Over 42,000 vehicles...
Published on: November 28, 2014 Calgary Herald
On Thursday, at a reception for the local real estate community, Cole Harris, president and chief operating officer of Centron Group, announced his company’s newest development — a premium, A-class campus style office park to be called Fountain Court.
Located high above the northeast intersection of Glenmore Trail and Blackfoot Trail, it will be built on one of the city’s most high-profile sites...
BY DAVID PARKER, CALGARY HERALD JULY 31, 2014
Centron Group has begun construction of its 620,000-squarefoot Place 10 office/retail complex on the north side of 10th Avenue between 4th and 5th Streets S.W., directly across the street from its Centre 10 building.
Upon completion it will bring Centron's investment on that block to a million square feet.
Attempts had been made by other developers to construct highrise condominium towers on the...
ALBERTA CONSTRUCTION MAGAZINE
TOP PROJECT WINNER - Centron Group
Centre 10 is Named the 2013 Winner for Commercial Projects over $50M
Companies involved: Centron Group of Companies, NORR Architects Planners , TRL & Associates Ltd., Hemisphere Engineering, SMP Consulting Electrical Engineers, J.R. Spronken & Associates Ltd.
New life to abandoned site
Marketed as an “iconic beltline property,” Centre 10 is this year’s Alberta...
With construction of all four buildings underway, leasing activity is garnering a fair amount of interest at Blackfoot Point. Secure Energy Services has finalized a lease agreement in Building three for 34,000 SqFt and several other groups are considering this prominent location.
With a new all turns intersection at the property providing great access to Deerfoot trail, a major retail shopping center and high visibility along Blackfoot Trail,...