The Cloverdale Gateway building at 17577 Highway 10 in Surrey is a nominee at the 2015 Fraser Valley Commercial Building Awards.

Cloverdale building nominated

The Cloverdale Gateway building is among the nominees at next week's Fraser Valley Commercial Building Awards.

The Cloverdale Gateway building is among the nominees at next week’s Fraser Valley Commercial Building Awards.

The Nov. 25 event celebrates the best in commercial and industrial construction in the Fraser Valley, with 29 nominations from Surrey to Chilliwack vying for top honours.

To be eligible, commercial properties must have been completed between Jan. 1, 2014 and Aug. 31, 2015.

Cloverdale Gateway, located at the northwest corner of Highway 10 and 176 Street, is a two-storey commercial building. It was built on a site that had been vacant for years, languishing behind a chain link fence due to remediation efforts stemming from its previous use as a Shell gas station.

Other Surrey nominees include the Guildford Aquatic Centre, Jim Pattison Volvo, Kwantlen University Brewing Laboratory, Sheila’s Bistro, Surrey Christian School and Surrey Main Works Yard.

The event is being held at Cascades Casino Resort in Langley.

Real estate expert Ozzie Jurock is keynote speaker, and will talk about “The Trudeau Effect on Real Estate.”

Tickets available at businessexaminer.ca.

 

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