We are proud to have worked on numerous projects over the years, helping to restore and modernize this National Historic Site.
The Britannia Heritage Shipyards is a long-standing client of Ratio, and we’ve partnered with them for nearly two decades. Every project here comes with its own unique set of challenges, but design excellence, adaptive reuse and historic preservation connect them all. We collaborate closely with local community and political groups to ensure the continued relevance of this historical location as well as capture the broader socioeconomic impact it had on the lower mainland of British Columbia.
Our first project here was the restoration and opening to the public of the award-winning Murakami Residence. Since then, we’ve consulted on the relocation of the historic stilt houses from across the Steveston Area and a new interpretive Centre in the Seine Net Loft.
1994 The Murakami Residence
2002 Seine Net Loft Phase I
2004 Relocated Stilt Houses
2008 Chinese Bunkhouse
2010 Seine Net Loft Phase II