Did you know?

SIPs have been around since the 1930’s.The first SIPs house was built in 1937 and it remained in use until 1988 when it was removed for an expanding university campus!

SIPs Projects

Click on the link below to view some of our SIPs projects completed:

Red & White SIPs Projects


This McDonald’s restaurant in Saskatoon, SK was recently rebuilt using our SIPs. The previous restaurant was demolished and rebuilt from the foundation with SIPs for the walls and roof of the entire structure!

McDonald's Restaurant built with SIPs


Red & White is pleased to present a recent Government of Alberta project: Cabins A & B at the famous William Watson Lodge (WWL) complex in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in Kananaskis Country. This challenging project involved the demolition of 2 existing cabins and the construction of these new luxury units that were over twice the size of the original cabins’ footprint.

WWL is a purpose designed and built accommodation complex for Special Needs Albertans in the beautiful Rocky Mountains about 90 minutes west of Calgary. Red & White was the proud general contractor delivering the project ahead of schedule, on budget with zero lost time due to workplace injury and no post delivery recalls. Built with SIPs for the foundation walls and all exterior walls, these new cabins feature beautiful furnishings and design and will serve Special Needs guests for many years to come.

Having built these 2 cabins with SIPs demonstrates the government of Alberta’s direction to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and Carbon reduction strategies. Building with materials that produce much less GHG and for long term heating energy consumption savings with SIPs reinforces the governments mandate to deliver on reducing GHG.

Cypress Hills SIPs cabin


Another update! We just completed an exciting project for Alberta Parks! We constructed a cabin for park visitors to stay in overnite in the park and it will become part of a chain of many similar cabins so that visitors can hike/ski between cabins in the backcountry.

Cypress Hills SIPs cabin