There is a growing awareness of the relationship between organic and inorganic environments by architects of the importance of public health concerns. Both architects and building professionals are now becoming cognizant of the factors that impact well-being, health and how that plays into the buildings designed to make people feel safe and content.
After decades of evolution, modular construction is at a point where its now poised to become the construction method of choice.
From institutional to high-rise to commercial design, Canadian professionals in architecture and construction have been busy this year. Here are five of the most fascinating Canadian architectural projects to be completed in 2017.
There was a time when liquid paint was the be-all and end-all - but as we learn more about how harmful chemicals in liquid paint negatively impact our health and the environment, the need for an eco-friendly alternative becomes more apparent.
Over the last few decades, magnesium oxide board has been making a name for itself as a green alternative to drywall and is set to become the new “it” product in building construction materials.
A look at the recently adopted National Energy Code of Canada and the impact it stands to bring for Alberta and beyond.
Solar energy is on the rise and Canada is clearly determined to become an industry leader. Here are five recent Canadian solar architecture projects.
In the world of finishing, constantly evolving technologies and the regular addition of new options can make it hard for a consumer to know what the right choice is.
Powder coating can now be used on a wide variety of materials thanks to our innovative technology. Durable, long-lasting, weather-resistant finishes are important and using powder coating sets a new standard.
Here’s a year in review featuring a few of the newest additions to the landscape of Albertan architecture.
We recently completed an interior powder coating project for the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology's brand new Centre for Applied Technologies building.
Cheryl Pidzarko, Corporate Director of Cadillac Coatings, has been involved with the business since her and her husband Dennis committed to it full time and made it their one and only business in 2009.
Architects, engineers and other construction professionals are beginning to come up with new and innovative ways to create both beautiful and eco-friendly homes, offices, commercial buildings, and public spaces.
Technology has gotten us to a place where “every colour in the rainbow” only begins to describe the limitless selection available when it comes to finishing your project.
Dependable, durable, and innovative, our patented Paintline technology turns out quality work time and time again and has caught the attention of architects and builders alike.
Check out our list of some of the most interesting architectural projects currently being built across the country.
Thanks to advancements in technology, architects and home builders can now reap the benefits by selecting Cadillac Coatings’ innovative powder coating process for all their finishing needs.
From shipping to material testing to a production line that outperforms the rest, we ensure that all our savings are passed on to the client.
Powder coating – a solution for all of liquid paint’s downfalls. Powder coating is more economical, safer to apply, more environmentally friendly, more durable and cures at a much faster rate.