Principal Stuart Rothnie (back) and associate Rance Mok (second to left) receive the VREB Excellence Award

The Victoria Real Estate Board (VREB) has recognized two of our projects, the Sherman Jen Building at Royal Roads University and Dockside CI-3, as outstanding commercial projects in Greater Victoria.


The newly constructed south wing at Royal Roads University's Sherman Jen Building, formerly a Mews horse stable

RRU’s Sherman Jen Building transforms the Dunsmuir family’s early 20th-century stable into a living laboratory, centered around teaching and research into climate change and sustainability. Integrated with a contemporary addition, the building is home to environmental science, tourism, business, and international student programs. The project received an Excellence Award for Public Amenities.

The original Mews stable at Royal Roads University (far right corner), now the Sherman Jen Building with an additional south wing building (foreground)

The building was repurposed for undergraduate programs in environmental science, business, and international studies

Dockside CI-3 is a four-storey mixed-used office building designed for the law firm Acheson Sweeney Foley Sahota. It forms part of the Dockside Green site-wide rezoning and includes a rooftop garden, putting green, and minimized parking to encourage people to walk or cycle. The project is targeting LEED Gold and earned a Merit Award in the Commercial - Office category.