About Western Built Magazine
Western Built magazine was launched in 2015 to showcase construction innovation in Western Canada. The publication is printed twice per year and includes feature stories from each of Canada’s western provinces ― British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba ― as well as other articles that explore building in Canada. The magazine is unique (one of a kind!) in that it focuses on the issues that matter most in the West, and covers both the exterior and interior of everything related to commercial construction.
Each issue of Western Built is direct-mailed to over 5,000 members of Canada’s building industry. This readership includes industry stakeholders, architects, building firms, product manufacturers, researchers and educators, consultants and members of the government. We work very hard with our industry contacts and writers to ensure that the magazine covers the stories that these subscribers will find interesting and relevant.
Our magazine is divided into a number of key sections, including:
Each issue of the magazine features greetings from an industry expert in each of the for Western provinces. They discuss key issues surrounding building science and construction in their respective regions.
A high-level project profile from each of the four Western provinces
These in-depth, visually stunning project profiles highlight a commercial construction project that has recently completed or is under construction in each Western Canadian province. The articles focus on each project’s envelope and the building science involved in the design and build, and the articles also strive to share interesting details related to the project’s building science that would not typically be found in other articles.
The magazine always includes several industry-related articles that range in topic from safety, to new technologies, to human resources, to new trends…and more!
Western Built magazine focuses on everything construction related West of Ontario. The publication strives to be a product that is relevant and interesting – one that construction professionals working in the sector will want to read cover to cover, issue after issue.