Edmonton

Summary of the Region

Committed to the Alberta building industry

Edmonton is the central hub of the Northern Alberta Region and is one of Qualico’s largest locations. Established in 1955, Qualico’s Edmonton location comprises single-family and multi-family homebuilding, community development, commercial development and property management, together with building materials supply and service operations. Qualico develops and builds in Edmonton’s surrounding communities including Sherwood Park, Leduc, Fort Saskatchewan, Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Devon, and Beaumont, as well as Fort McMurray in Northern Alberta. As leaders in the Edmonton building industry, Qualico is committed to bringing strong vision and integrity to the construction of every built space, project and home.

Shane Erickson

With our experience and size comes a responsibility to the industry and our customers. I am proud to accept that responsibility. As industry leaders, we dedicate ourselves to elevating our product and service benchmarks each and every day. We remind ourselves to always see through the eyes of our customers.

Shane Erickson

REGIONAL VICE-PRESIDENT, NORTHERN ALBERTA

Edmonton Business Units

3203 93 St. NW
Edmonton, AB

5651 70 St.
Edmonton, AB

1300 EPCOR Tower 10423 101 St. NW
Edmonton, AB

4507 61 Ave.
Leduc, AB

3203 93 St. NW
Edmonton, AB

3203 93 St. NW
Edmonton, AB

3203 93 St. NW
Edmonton, AB

1300 EPCOR Tower 10423 101 St. NW
Edmonton, AB

13835 164 Street NW
Edmonton, AB

Inside the offices of Qualico in Edmonton
Exterior of the Qualico office in Edmonton.
The living room of the Trinity model built by Sterling Homes Edmonton.
Exterior of a Augusta Fine Homes model.
Augusta Fine Homes in Edmonton builds with elegance in mind
Tamarack Common in Southeast Edmonton
Edmonton E'Scapes project with work completed by Empire Drywall
Empire Drywall Ltd. in Edmonton completed the high-contrast and modern exterior for the E'Scapes condominiums
Community shopping centre n Newcastle
La fitness at Newcastle, a community shopping centre in northwest Edmonton.
The kitchen in the Aralytt model in Griesbach
Freson Bros at Westpark in Fort Saskatchewan
Star Mechanical tub and shower installation
Stairwell in the Jayde model in College Woods.
Storm water management facility in Cy Becker
Storn water management facility in Langdale at Windermere

A Brief History of the Northern Alberta Region

Seeing the potential, Qualico began Edmonton operations in 1955

Over the decades, Qualico has developed industry ties and has taken a leading role in building the city. Since humble beginnings in 1955, Qualico has built over 24,000 homes in Edmonton and the surrounding area. Today, Edmonton boasts fully integrated real estate building and development services. Whether it is sophisticated commercial and residential projects in the rising ICE district or lush communities with a multitude of home options in the Greater Edmonton Area, Qualico is an industry leader in Edmonton that is dedicated to building a strong future for the city.

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Charitable Partner: Kids With Cancer Society

Building a better future: supporting Kids With Cancer Society

Qualico and Kids With Cancer Society (KWCS) have partnered to help support families with a child undergoing cancer treatment, including participating in fundraisers such as the Inside Ride. Part of this partnership included working on a special project called Papa Ken’s House. In order to provide a home-away-from-home for families seeking cancer treatment for a child, KWCS – with Qualico's support and expertise – built a short-term accommodation facility that can house up to five families at a time.

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Kids with Cancer Society

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Edmonton Awards
and Recognitions

Sales & Marketing
Gold Wreath

CHBA Edmonton Region – Awards of Excellence

Sales Volume Award – Platinum Level – Paul Singh
2019 Edmonton, AB
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The Edmonton Region HBA awards are called Awards of Excellence, annually celebrating the best in the region. Awards are given for the best creative design and craftsmanship, as well as sales and marketing excellence.

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Design & Construction
Gold Wreath

CHBA – Edmonton Region – Awards of Excellence

Best Design Centre/Showroom
2019 Edmonton, AB
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The Edmonton Region HBA awards are called Awards of Excellence, annually celebrating the best in the region. Awards are given for the best creative design and craftsmanship, as well as sales and marketing excellence.

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Sales & Marketing
Gold Wreath

CHBA – Edmonton Region – Awards of Excellence

Best Multi-Family – Townhouse/Duplex
2019 Edmonton, AB
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The Edmonton Region HBA awards are called Awards of Excellence, annually celebrating the best in the region. Awards are given for the best creative design and craftsmanship, as well as sales and marketing excellence. 

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Design & Construction
Gold Wreath

CHBA – Edmonton Region – Awards of Excellence

Best Multi-Family – Townhouse/Duplex
2019 Edmonton, AB
Presented By

The Edmonton Region HBA awards are called Awards of Excellence, annually celebrating the best in the region. Awards are given for the best creative design and craftsmanship, as well as sales and marketing excellence.

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Design & Construction
Gold Wreath

CHBA – Edmonton Region – Awards of Excellence

Best Show Home Parade – The Uplands at Riverview
2019 Edmonton, AB
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The Edmonton Region HBA awards are called Awards of Excellence, annually celebrating the best in the region. Awards are given for the best creative design and craftsmanship, as well as sales and marketing excellence.

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Customer Experience
Gold Wreath

CustomerInsight HOME Awards

Best Customer Experience – Multi-Family Large Volume
2019 Edmonton, AB
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CustomerInsight HOME Awards are given to participating companies that provide an amazing customer experience. Based upon feedback and surveys that are independently collected, CustomerInsight rates homebuilders and trade partners on performance. Awards are only presented to the best of the best in volume and region.

Best Customer Experience awards measure product and service satisfaction through surveys conducted one month and 13 months post-move in. Only the highest scores meeting stringent criteria receive a Best Customer Experience award for their volume and region.

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Qualico partners with Habitat for Humanity Edmonton to build affordable homes in Leduc

Jul 26, 2021, 14:01 PM by Qualico Communications
Construction is well underway for four new Habitat for Humanity homes in the city of Leduc’s Meadowview neighbourhood.

Habitat General LogoConstruction is well underway for four new Habitat for Humanity homes in the city of Leduc’s Meadowview neighbourhood – a project that has brought together Habitat for Humanity Edmonton, the City of Leduc, Qualico, and Pacesetter Homes Edmonton to help create affordable housing options for families in the area.

Ground breaking took place on April 28, and now that framing has been completed, the rough-in for the mechanical systems is being installed. Construction is expected to be completed by October/November of this year.

Habitat For Humanity Home in Leduc

The two duplex-style houses will provide a life-changing opportunity for four families who would like to own a home, but who may not have the financial capacity to do so without the help of Habitat for Humanity.

Brad Armstrong, Vice-President Community Development, Qualico Communities Northern Alberta, said the project came about because of Qualico’s existing relationship with Habitat for Humanity Edmonton.

“Habitat for Humanity Edmonton was looking for a location to build four new units in Leduc, because the City of Leduc had a strong desire to provide this form of housing in the community,” he explained. “Habitat for Humanity reached out to Qualico Communities to see what lots might be available. We had four vacant semi-detached (side-by-side duplex) lots in Meadowview.”

The City of Leduc provided funding to acquire the Qualico Communities lots for Habitat for Humanity Edmonton, and Habitat for Humanity Edmonton then received government funding to cover some of the cost of building the homes. Pacesetter Homes Edmonton came onboard to help build the homes at cost.

Sandra Young, Vice-President, Pacesetter Homes Edmonton at Leduc Habitat for Humanity Home

While Qualico has been building and developing within Leduc for many years, Brad noted this is the first time to be collaborating with the City of Leduc on a joint project.

Sandra Young, Vice-President, Pacesetter Homes Edmonton, said that Pacesetter Homes Edmonton will be supporting the project in a variety of ways in the coming months.

“Along with donating site supervision and project coordination, Pacesetter Homes Edmonton will also be providing landscaping labour at the end of the project,” she said. “This will provide our staff an opportunity to take a day to volunteer and help lay sod and plant. It’s important for us to allow all of our staff to have an opportunity to be a part of this project in some meaningful way.”

Additionally, Qualico is donating $80,000 to Habitat for Humanity Edmonton for a matching gift campaign. For every donation received at the community level, Qualico will match it to a maximum of $80,000.

This latest project is just one example of the long-term support Qualico and its business units have provided to Habitat for Humanity. Previous support in the Northern Alberta Region has included donating six homes over seven years through the Habitat Day initiative in the Capital Region, as well as providing land for Habitat for Humanity’s Neufeld Landing development (which at the time was the largest Habitat build in Canadian history, with 64 homes), as well as for other projects.

According to Ann-Marie Reddy, President & CEO, Habitat for Humanity Edmonton, the homeowner selection process for the Leduc project has already started.

“To be considered, families need to be Canadian citizens or permanent residents, have an annual income between $35,000 and $65,000, have a good credit score and little to no debt, and be willing to volunteer 500 hours in our ReStores,” she said. “There is no down payment required for the home, and the selected families will pay affordable monthly payments that cover the mortgage, insurance, taxes, and condo fees.”

Ann-Marie noted that partnerships Habitat for Humanity Edmonton has with companies like Qualico help the organization continue to provide affordable homeownership to families.

“Qualico’s level of expertise in homebuilding from a cost and efficiency perspective is very beneficial in ensuring Habitat for Humanity’s homes remain affordable and families can attain their dream of owning a home,” she said. “Qualico has shown that they are a forward-thinking company and that there is room for affordable homeownership in the communities they serve. We look forward to continuing our partnership as we move to serve even more families in the future.”

 

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