Port Moody Public Safety Building gets ParkLane Support
Vancouver, BC; December 1, 2005 - ParkLane Homes Ltd. has donated $75,000 to support the new Port Moody Public Safety Building, now under construction with phase one scheduled to open in summer 2006.
We've been part of Port Moody for more than 10 years and so we're delighted to support the community in this very important project, said Gary Marshall, Parklane General Manager of Sales and Marketing.
The donation was presented to Mayor Joe Trasolini and Port Moody Police Chief Paul Shrine at City Hall on Nov 18th.
When completed, the building will house the Port Moody Police Department and the city's emergency operation centre in addition to the Canadian Pacific Railway Police. The new building has geothermal heating and other energy-saving features to help lower green house gas emissions.
ParkLane's Heritage Woods community in Port Moody has won many industry awards including Best Residential Development in BC. Heritage Woods is a 300-acre master-planned and architecturally-controlled community situated on the slopes of Heritage Mountain in Port Moody. In 25 years of development, ParkLane has built over 5,000 homes in more than 85 communities.
ParkLane Homes' GM, Sales & Marketing, Gary Marshall (2nd from left), presents Port Moody Mayor Joe Trasolini (2nd from right) and Police Chief Paul Shrine (right) with a $75,000 donation to support the Port Moody Public Safety Building. Also attending were ParkLane's Manager of Heritage Woods, Randy Dick (left) and Ross Hanson, VP Investment Analysis.