With Chris’ vast experience in all types of building methods Doyle Construction can handle your project. We keep abreast of the latest building practices including ICF wall and floor construction methods to SIP Panel wall construction. We offer our services under a variety of scenarios to suit your needs, including fixed fee construction management agreements as well as fixed priced or cost plus contracts.


Villa Rose, ICF Magazine’s Best in Class for 2010

Villa Rose is a unique building from start to finish. It is a state of the art building combining concrete construction with old world architectural details. The forming system used in Villa Rose’s construction of it’s walls and slabs was ICF (insulated concrete form). Strict design guidelines required the building to conform to the existing grades surrounding the site, this resulted in a series of steps within the building which greatly increased the complexity of the concrete forming systems. All this coupled with a complex architectural style made this building stand above all others when it won the ICF Magazine’s Best Multi Residential Award for 2010.


Interesting facts:

  • 64,500 sq. ft. – 20 Unit Condominium Complex with commercial/retail on main.

  • 3 levels plus underground parking

  • 44 corners on main level, 97 on second, and 146 corners on the third.

  • Wall heights in the parkade vary from 12’ at the top end to 6’ at the lowest point

  • 26 heat pumps service this building

  • All condominium demising walls are constructed with ICF which equals 2’’ insulation + 8’’ concrete + 2’’ insulation, making this an extremely quite building


Project Partners:

  • Owner/Developer – Ladner Ventures

  • Architect – Ulrich Laska Architectural Corp.

  • Engineer – Herold Engineering

  • Construction Management – Willow Lane Construction – Chris Doyle





Valley Vision, the owner of this 3000 sq. ft. commercial building was in need of an update. Doyle Construction was contracted to provide construction management on the project. Both the interior and exterior were completely transformed under the watch-full eye of superintendent Matt Doyle. Due to the nature of the client’s business, extensive co-ordination was required in order to ensure that the design guidelines were met.

Interesting facts;

The original building was built in the 1970’s.

Wood frame construction.

A series of skylights were cut into the existing roof in order to bring light into the reception area, the trusses that run through the skylight were then clad with an edge grain fir plywood.


Project Partners;

  • Owner – Dr. Shaun Golemba, Port Alberni

  • Architect – Carsten Jensen, Qualicum Beach

  • Interior Design – Barbara Wright Design, Portland Or

  • Site superintendent – Matt Doyle

  • Construction Management – Willow Lane Construction – Chris Doyle