Edmonton Brewery District

Edmonton Brewery District

With a smart urban design that incorporates green building practices the Brewery District development offers an architectural design that is both historical and current in its approach.

The Client

Synergy Projects and First Capital Realty


Intersection of 104th Avenue and 121 Street

Quick Facts

Close to 30,000 sqft of metal cladding on this project that most of the public will never see

Aluminum Composite Panel

The Situation

The Brewery District is a new neighborhood in the heart of Alberta’s Capitol City, Edmonton. This large, recently completed retail area consists of ten brand new and two restored heritage buildings, all located within the boundary of the old Molson Canadian Brewery on 104th Avenue.

While nearly all of the exteriors were constructed with masonry veneer (to match the existing heritage buildings) there were still plenty of pre-finished metal cladding and aluminum composite panels that needed to be installed.

wood grain siding

IMARK’s Approach

Metal Cladding is not just pretty, it is also extremely durable and easy to maintain. That’s why it was chosen as the product to be used in a variety of areas not necessarily exposed to public. Think of the parts of a building that you do not always see when going shopping.

At the same time, a number of areas on this site were treated with premium cladding assemblies, acting as feature areas, inviting the public to further explore this shopping community while creating a unique juxtaposition of masonry and modern metal.

As always, all design, drawings, fabrication and installation were taken care of in-house.

IMARK installed a selection of products on this site. A clean and modern ACM façade on the center building, interior cladding and soffits at parkade ramps and loading bays, standing seam metal roof, aluminum composite panels, and even IMARK’s own Alura Panel wood grain metal cladding system, the list just goes on and on.

aluminum siding