Building on success

A Langley firm is up for multiple construction awards.

  • Mar. 23, 2016 1:00 p.m.

Langley’s Teragon Developments and Construction Inc. is a finalist in six categories in upcoming builders awards.

The 2016 Ovation Awards by the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association will be presented April 23 at a gala ceremony in downtown Vancouver.

Terragon is nominated for:

• Best renovated room,

• Best exterior renovation,

• Best renovation ($800,000 or more),

• Best outdoor living space,

• Excellence in innovation and sustainability in new residential construction, and

• Excellence in building science in new residential construction.

Teragon Developments was founded in 2001 by Lars Van Linge.

“In addition to creating great spaces, the Ovation Awards also spotlight industry leaders who are changing the way we think about housing,” said association CEO Bob de Wit.

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