Concord Pacific Place,
Concord Pacific Place is a $2 billion mixed use waterfront
development on the former 200 acre Expo '86 site in downtown
Vancouver, B.C. comprised of approximately 8,000 units of
accommodation along with a host of commercial, recreational and
community facilities and amenities.
The Hulbert Group International Incorporated was initially selected amongst an
international group of architects to design this new urban community
in the City of Vancouver. Richard Hulbert was the lead architect for
the Overall Development Permit phase (ODP) of Concord Pacific's
world-renowned Pacific Place development.
The development provides for extensive community amenities including
an extensive park system, a waterfront promenade, 2 elementary
schools, multiple daycare facilities and a heritage roundhouse that
was re-designed to become a community center.
The Hulbert Group International Incorporated was responsible for the
complete and detailed rezoning of Beach Neighbourhood, a 2000 unit
development framing a formal garden park. The Hulbert Group
was also the lead design architects for the two Park West Towers.
Park West Towers,
The Hulbert Group International Incorporated was the lead design
architect for the two Park West Towers. These two towers and
its associated Grand Crescent form the core and focus of the
Vancouver' Beach Neighbourhood. The concept of the towers is
to take two found granite faced homes of a bygone era and to utilize
them as a base for a contemporary tower design.