Blackburn Young Introduces Falkbuilt Vancouver

Conventional Construction on Steroids: Introducing Digital Component Construction by Falkbuilt

September 1, 2020, Vancouver Branch City: Commercial office interiors veteran, Blackburn Young Office Solutions, is pleased to announce a new and exciting partnership with Falkbuilt to bring Digital Component Construction to the Vancouver market. Co-founded by proven industry pioneers Mogens Smed and Barrie Loberg, Falkbuilt has developed a new and incredibly simple solution that combines proven construction methods with next-gen technology to build beautiful, high-performing and cost-effective environments.

“We are thrilled to bring Digital Component Construction to Vancouver,” says Michael Blackburn of the Vancouver Falk Branch. “It’s a seamless interior construction solution that speeds up schedules, reduces waste, and offers almost endless design options. With great acoustic performance and infection control, Falk is offering absolutely everything our clients need.”

“We are very excited to show the Vancouver market our new solution,” says Smed, the president and CEO of Falkbuilt. “Digital Component Construction follows the exact same process as conventional construction, but in less time and with dramatically lower freight and installation costs. Our unbelievably competitive solution includes precision manufacturing of components in our factory and virtually no waste—and zero dust--on the job site.  Simply speaking, Digital Component Construction is conventional construction on steroids.”

Falkbuilt manufactures a full array of quality interior construction components—partition systems, doors, interior folding walls and more—for use in commercial, educational, healthcare, public and residential buildings across North America and around the world. The company is committed to providing the most responsive customer service in the construction industry.  

Falkbuit’s 90,000 square foot state-of-the-art factory in Calgary, Alberta, includes the Falk Nest, a working environment and a stunning celebration of architecture and design. “The Falk Nest is clear testimony as to the exponential potential of Digital Component Construction,” says Smed. “Our technology empowers architectural and design freedom, quality, sustainability and speed of construction—we built the 5,000 square foot structure in less than six months. We are looking forward to having more clients come to our Falk Nest and ‘Meet the Falkers.’”