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Brandvold Construction is a family-owned and operated business that has proudly served the Sea to Sky corridor and beyond since 2007.
We have the skills, tools and materials required to meet your building needs.
We do it all, from the initial excavations, to the finishing touches. No matter what your building needs are we would love to hear from you.
DEDICATED TO IMPROVING OUR COMMUNITY
Our family roots here on the west coast dates back to when our ancestors, Henry Athelstan and Beatrice Stone, moved their family from England to Canada in 1882. When their only son died in the First World War, they decided to establish a memorial that would benefit the whole city. In 1925, Stone and Jonathan Rogers devised a plan that called for Stone to contribute $50,000 and Rogers and nine other supporters $5,000 each. The money was offered to the city to purchase works of art along with a request for a site and building to house the first collection that would become the Vancouver Art Gallery.
They had also commissioned a stained–glass window in memory of their son, Horace, who died in active service in 1918. This window was then donated in 1950 to the West Vancouver Memorial Library when it opened and is still on display in the entryway today.
Henry Stone also designed St. Francis-in-the-Wood church.
Every generation since has been dedicated to building along the Sea to Sky corridor including a cabin on Hollyburn mountain (1939), and the Diamond Head Chalet in Garibaldi Park (1940's).
The Sea to Sky corridor is our home and we are passionate about the people that live here and helping to improve the community we love.
No matter the size or budget Brandvold Construction Inc prides itself on delivering high quality professional results.