Nexus Global, an emerging modular construction firm in Cowichan is setting its sights on building a sustainable future for the region.
The company, formed by Dave Slang and Al Jackson in 2017, incorporates current building codes and sustainability into its modular designs, creating commercial and residential buildings that are unique and affordable.
Nexus Global is realizing the potential for harnessing niche opportunities in small to medium scale cannabis production. Modular structures can be incorporated into a variety of applications for the sector, from lab testing to production facilities that support low energy and water consumption.
The company also hopes to play a role in fulfilling the need for affordable rental housing on Vancouver Island. Nexus will soon be profiling garden home designs that help fill the gap for “missing middle” housing, and they see the potential for creating much-needed entry level housing for students and workers.
“Our business model is built around designing structures that are adaptable and that can be customized to suit different needs,” says Daniel Adelman, the company’s new partner and Chief Operating Officer. “The common thread in our designs is that they incorporate maximum energy efficiency and space utilization.”
In the months to come, Nexus is ramping up its workforce and its ability to take on projects that match opportunity with innovation.
For more information on the company, visit www.nexusglobalbuilding.com