This duplex on Saskatchewan Crescent in Saskatoon is owned and designed by an architect who wanted stairs leading to the second floor that were both aesthetically unique and structurally sound. To achieve this REM designed steel stairs that cantilever out of the walls creating this unique and eye-catching result.
612/614 Saskatchewan Crescent
203 Greenbryre Crescent, RM of Corman Park, SK:
This impressive three-story, 14,000 square foot home required intricate design of both wood and steel components. The home, currently under construction in the Greenbryre neighborhood of Saskatoon features a walkout screw pile foundation and cantilevered stair landings supported by a hidden beam. There is currently no estimated completion date of construction.
Construction by: Decora Homes
934 Saskatchewan Crescent East, Saskatoon, SK
Besides its’ stunning location 934 Saskatchewan Crescent East is distinctive because the location required the foundation to be designed on piles. To accommodate the homeowners’ vision of an open floor plan on the main floor, our engineer designed several steel beams spanning over 30 feet in length. Additional steel beams needed to be designed to support the roof by cantilever due to unique aesthetic features including glass glazing wrapping around the corner of the home.
Construction by: Maxies Excavating