Govan Brown




Govan Brown is honoured to have been awarded the CIBC High River project in light of Calgary's current situation. We are thrilled to know that our partners turn to us in times like these and we are proud to be helping with the restoration of the High River community.  In June 2013, Alberta experienced heavy rainfall that triggered catastrophic flooding described by the provincial government as the worst in Alberta's history. Areas along the Bow, Elbow, Highwood, Red Deer, Sheep, Little Bow, and South Sask-

atchewan rivers and their tributaries were particularly affected, as water levels rose and numerous communities were placed under evacuation orders. Preliminary estimates suggest damage from the flood could be between $3–5 billion.  Govan Brown is currently working hard in effort to restore Calgary’s structural landscape to pre-flood conditions. In March 2013, Govan Brown completed an interior fit out for the 3,900 square foot CIBC branch in High River. A short three months following the

completion of this branch, 4 feet of water filled the main level, fully flooding the basement.Govan Brown is determined to complete this job promptly allowing the branch to reopen as soon as possible. The restoration includes electrical, boiler system, flooring, drywall, paint, security and millwork. The Govan Brown team is committed to working in two shifts around the clock within extremely tight deadlines to ensure the branch is operational ASAP and the client is satisfied.






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