Capital Park Office, building two, is the second of two office phases (with ground floor commercial space) of Capital Park, a mixed-use commercial and residential development in the City of Victoria's James Bay neighbourhood.
The Province of British Columbia will be the anchor tenant occupying the majority of available space.
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the wood decking looks like standard pressure treated fir, but its also hard to tell in the pictures
Or cedar. It's going to get slimy and slippery over time that's for sure.
Vancouver has a bunch of decks like those, most prominently along Canada Place, and I can't say I've ever found them slippery in rainy weather.
What is that wood, eucalyptus? Cannot believe it is teak.
It shouldn't be too slippy, and will improve grip as it weathers, but will need replacement in due course.
It is actually Ipe, a brazillian wood that has excellent rot resistance and weathering attributes. 3 times more dense than cedar and to quote an article "It has been ASTM-D143 tested and Ipe wood exceeds the American with Disabilities Act requirements for Static Coefficient of friction in a wet environment."
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First-in-BC technology delivers new experience for homebuyers at James Bay's Capital Park Residences
Concert Virtual™ technology at the Capital Park Residences presentation centre has replaced a traditional pre-sale showroom focal point with a interactive alternative.
113-home complex to complete the multi-phased Capital Park development adjacent to James Bay's legislative precinct.