04 Nov 04 2013
When Arrow Transportation relocated their headquarters from an industrial park to a 5,000 SF office in downtown Vancouver, they asked SSDG Interiors to design a professional and welcoming space. The design team created a collaborative...
03 Sep 03 2013
With their lease expiring in 2013, Japanese restaurant Miku needed to find a new larger venue; their 85 seat space lacked a lounge and waiting area, resulting in guests being turned away. SSDG Interiors came...
19 Aug 19 2013
One of Vancouver's longest established commercial real estate firms, Colliers International faced a significant challenge in 2012 when the lease for one of their floors was about to expire. Colliers seized the opportunity to renovate...
05 Aug 05 2013
Black & McDonald, an integrated, multi-trade contractor recently moved their regional office to a 26,000 SF warehouse in order to accommodate their expanding business. With staff anticipated to grow by 20% per annum over the next five years, SSDG Interiors was asked to develop a workplace strategy. The new design encourages interaction between departments, emphasizes the company’s industrial past, and implements sustainable initiatives.
15 Jul 15 2013
Since HootSuite’s inception in 2009, accommodating their rapidly growing workforce has been a top priority for the social media giant. Currently employing over 300, the company found a new building to house their staff under one roof, with room to grow. SSDG Interiors was tasked with converting the 33,000 SF former police building into a progressive, technologically advanced work environment that reinforces HootSuite’s unique corporate personality, anticipates workforce growth, and attracts and retains new talent.