The Province of BC engaged Hemmera to create a toolkit to help guide, inform, and support stakeholders with former service station redevelopments. In 2012, Hemmera won its first Environmental Management Award for “Brownfield Planning Charettes for Former Service Station Sites”.
Hemmera was also awarded another Canadian Urban Institute Brownie Award, this time for “Best Large Project” for the SOLEfood Farm Project, and in same year, celebrated the launch of a new corporate presence in Whitehorse, Yukon.
On April 24, 2013, Hemmera announced that five long-standing, exemplary employees had become Hemmera’s newest shareholders: Anju Wicke, Malcolm Smith, Scott Weston, Greg Quandt, and George Meadows. Later in 2013, Hemmera opened an office in Toronto, Ontario.
Currently, Hemmera is partnering with Port Metro Vancouver on multiple aspects of the Container Capacity Improvement Project, a long-term strategy to significantly increase container handling capacity in the Lower Mainland.
On August 25, 2014, Hemmera staff moved into MetroTower III (MT3) at 4730 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC. This shift combined Hemmera’s two Lower Mainland BC offices into an exciting new location in a LEED certified tower.