It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Jerry Glos, Glos Associate’s Vice-President, Senior Architect and Co-founder over the weekend. Jerry celebrated his 90th birthday this past September and still possessed the passion and commitment to continue in his role here at Glos. He took great pleasure in offering words of encouragement [...]
In 1983 Glos Associates was approached by the US firm of PepsiCo located in Orlando Florida, to assist in developing the first Red Lobster Restaurant in Canada. We “Canadianized” their prototype design and provided the Engineering for the site work and other disciplines. This first Red Lobster Restaurant is still successfully operating today on Tecumseh Road [...]
An erasing shield is a small metal plate which contains several small perforated holes of varying size and shape. Its purpose is to allow the user to erase small specific areas of a drawing while shielding adjacent areas from being smudged or erased. Although this practical tool is still used today, it has all [...]
Development of a Training Centre on Fighting Island for BASF, a large multi-national Chemical firm. Fighting Island is a small Island in the Detroit River opposite the Town of LaSalle. A log structure theme was established by BASF for this development. Buildings were designed to include living areas for trainees, and a central building to [...]
This Spring Glos will be hosting 55 year anniversary celebration at our office. Watch for more details to come in upcoming newsletters.
This new school is scheduled to be completed by June 2014.
Within the next few years students in the Leamington area will be attending a new state of the art High School. Glos Associates Inc. Architectural and Engineering Consultants are presently in the process of designing the new complex to be located on Oak Street.
Wyandotte Town Centre Streetscape Competition - Our approach is to design an environment that promotes the business district by providing a pleasant and safe neighbourhood experience for pedestrians and cyclists in addition to the convenience of arriving by car. The improved neighbourhood will instill pride, celebrate diversity and enhance accessibility. It was a great competition [...]
Every Friday Glos employees donate $2 to wear jeans. This money is then used for a local charity organization. Our latest donation went to Habitat for Humanity and their “Buy a Stud” campaign. Here is Jennifer from our office at the Stud party!
Congratulations to the Glos Design Team for winning the Socio Design Foundation's monthly vignette competition. This month's theme was "Tagged: The Inhabitable Graffiti Canvas". www.sociodesignfoundation.com/