Carwash - Carwash Corral, Cochrane

This carwash in Cochrane, Alberta was designed to replace an existing wash facility on a very tight location. The municipality required the new building to have a western heritage theme, one that would represent Alberta's rural roots, circa 1910.

Carwash 2 - Langdon

As part of an existing development, this building had to both compliment the other buildings and stand apart. The building deign was based on a prairie rail-way station, a building no longer represented in Langdon. This design met the requirement of a heritage style building, and give back a sense of history.

Carwash 3 - Beaumont

The requirement of the town was a building with a French country theme. The owner needed a building that was over-sized to accommodate the larger vehicles found in this oil industry supported community. The French country theme was achieved by giving the building the appearance of three attached buildings with different roof slopes and finishes.

Carwash 4 - Fernie

This carwash located in the scenic interior B.C. town of Fernie is an alpine style building that complimented the established theme of the town. With steeply sloped roof lines and contrasting wall and roof colors this facility was well received by the community. Although the location is very desirable, the site is quite compact which made designing a functional facility a challenge which Superior Drafting was more than up for.

Carwash 5 - Scenic Acres

This design study incorporates a main floor carwash with office space on the upper floor.