This beautiful custom piece was made for CIRNAC for the Canol trail in the Northwest Territories.
Parks Canada represents the federal governmental agencies that protect natural areas of significance for Canadians. These can include areas of historical significance, as well as places requiring environmental protection. The national parks of Canada are unimpaired, protected natural landscapes that are protected for public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment. Parks Canada is responsible for both protecting the ecosystems of these magnificent … Read More
Earlier this year we were asked to create a bronze plaque to honour two firefighter who made the ultimate sacrifice on May 31 1980 protecting the citizens of Saskatoon. This particular plaque features a photosculpt of the building they were fighting the fire at. As you look closely at the image you can see how much detail was captured from … Read More
In 2013, we created a new feature for Father Mercredi Catholic School in Fort McMurray. Delnor Construction contracted us to manufacture a higher-end Donor Recognition piece featuring a digital display, all based on a design by ACI Architecture. In the role of design consultant and manufacturing partner, figuring out how to engineer the inner workings that would make the piece … Read More
Our team at Behrends collaborated with Asheton MacLeod of Michels Canada Co. to create a unique and custom display in their boardroom. We could go on explaining the project but Ashetons testimonial says it all and the we think the pictures speak for them selves. A great project all around and we were glad to be apart of it.
Initially Al Mercato of McMaster University wanted to replace just one of the plaques to the entrance of the University Club/Alumni Hall building, putting the University Club name up versus the initial name of the Faculty Club. Instead, we provided them with a competitive quote to switch both their plaques, thus refreshing the appearance of their main entrance. The old … Read More
In mid November of 2015 Sunbeam Centre contacted Behrends in search of a way to recognize past and future presidents. This was familiar territory to Behrends as we have created many recognition systems and plaques at all different scales. As a not for profit/charitable organization it was extremely important we stay on budget, and provide them with an updateable plaque that … Read More
Behrends Group is no stranger to building historical memory and one of our most recent projects has embodied this concept perfectly: The Edmonton Neon Sign Museum. The first of its kind in Canada, this outdoor installation is a growing collection of historic signs from Edmonton’s past. Gathered together by The Alberta Sign Association, this unique museum revitalizes the downtown landscape … Read More
The Toronto Rehabilitation Institute is home to one of the most technologically advanced rehabilitation research centers in the world. Behrends was the winner of a tender proposal for the manufacture and install of their donor recognition system, as well as their interior wayfinding system. The design called for a modern, airy look utilizing stainless steel, glass, and vinyl. We addressed … Read More