Principal, Craig Webber’s 25th Anniversary

Advancing IPD

We are happy to announce that it is Craig Webber’s 25th Anniversary with Group2!   As the longest-serving Principal at Group2, Craig has made significant contributions to our firm over the last 25 years. His passion and commitment to innovation in our industry is evident through his sustained involvement with the Integrated Project Delivery Alliance […]

Experience the Roxy!

The Roxy rebuild is not just about replacing a historic landmark in our Edmonton community. We see this as an opportunity to build and support a nation of talented artists and individuals that are invested in the vibrancy of our arts scene. Slated to open in 2021, the design showcases the history of the old […]

Architecture and Stakeholders: Improving the Built Environment

Robert Labonte is an Associate and Architect with Group2. Through several years of involvement in the design of built environments, Robert has gained experience in the role of project and design architect, urban designer, university campus planner, and owner representative. He has led many projects to successful outcomes through a collaborative hands-on approach, decisive leadership, […]

Business Continuity Plan in Response to COVID-19


Group2 is providing this document to our clients to make them aware of the steps that Group2 is taking to ensure continuity of operations and service during this global pandemic. This is a living document and will be updated regularly. As the situation evolves, we will keep our clients up to date on any new […]

Construction in Whitby is officially underway!

Nordik Whitby Spa

FROM BLUEPRINT TO CONSTRUCTION After months of planning and preparation, the Nordik Spa-Nature | Whitby project is finally coming to life. Over the past 3 months, our team has achieved several major milestones for the project while adapting to the diverse geographical area and fast-tracked schedule. We are excited to present the results of our […]

A New Home for Scotty, the World’s Largest T-Rex

The Royal Saskatchewan Museum needed a space large enough to house its newest resident: Scotty the T-Rex Scotty is recognized as the largest Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton ever discovered. Standing 4 metres tall and 12 metres in length, it was an impossible task to fit the T-Rex skeleton into the existing single-storey space. The integrated team […]