Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Costain in Convent Glen (and Hazeldean Ridge)

Here is the first installment of the Costain/Coscan archive sharing project! Below are the plans and documents that I have for Costain houses built in Convent Glen (Orleans), some of which were also built in Hazeldean Ridge (Kanata). It is a long post, but I wanted to share everything I have.

Canadian Building, May 1971



Below are scans of two Booklets for the Forest Wood and Colonial series houses. c. mid 1970s to early 1980s in Convent Glen:









































A different version of the Forest Wood Series plans, c. 1978:















Also c. 1978:









These townhomes were built c. 1977:




The following collection are plans built from the late 1970s to mid 1980s:








































The original copies of these plans that I have have been cropped - probably to make them smaller for storage, thus the cut off edges.












The following are plans that were built in the early 1980s. There are different versions of some of the plans as they were part of different series built by Costain. Some of these plans were also built in Hazeldean Ridge (Kanata).















































I will also need some help from my readers to complete my Costain plan collection from Convent Glen. I am missing the plans for the houses on St-Germain Crescent. They appear to have been built around 1978-1979 and design names include the Hartford, Brockton and Cambridge. If any of my readers have these plans, please let me know so I can share them!



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