Tag Archives: Calgary

Keller Canada proud to help protect Calgary Zoo for generations to come

In 2013, historic flooding of the Bow River devastated the City of Calgary. St. George’s Island, home of the world-renowned Calgary Zoo since the 1920s and situated within the river, was engulfed by floodwater due to mountain runoff and significant rainfall in southwestern Alberta. As a result, the Calgary Zoo…

Digging the Downtown Scene

The Stampede, the Saddledome, the 1988 Winter Olympics – Calgary is the home of many events, landmarks, and moments in history. Now, Calgary is also home to one of the largest man-made holes in Canada. Construction of TELUS Sky, a 60-storey development, will be one of the tallest buildings in…

New Central Library raises more than just expectations

Calgary’s New Central Library will soon be a welcome addition to the East Village, helping to re-connect this vibrant new community with the downtown core. It will certainly stand as a landmark building – an unusual geometric oval shape with a soaring, four-storey atrium – but it will also stand…