Luxury Custom Home Builder, Dedicated to Excellence

A home built by British Pacific Properties carries the reassurance of a tradition of excellence. In all of its projects, British Pacific Properties is dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of quality design and construction, balanced with careful protection of the natural environment.

Building with Us

As the home building division of British Pacific Properties, British Pacific Homes specializes in building luxury custom homes for private clients in Vancouver’s North Shore and West Side neighbourhoods.

We offer you a choice of total project management, design/build, costplus construction management or turn-key contracting.

Whichever you choose, you will receive exacting scheduling and time management, state-of-the-art budget and accounting systems, full coverage warranties and an uncompromising standard of excellence that continues long after you have moved into your new home.

Our full-time team of stonemasons, carpenters and other experienced tradesmen – many of them European-trained – takes pride in delivering the highest-quality design and workmanship in every home we build.

BUILT GREEN® by Design

New homes built by British Pacific Homes are constructed according to the sustainable building practices of the BUILT GREEN program, owned and managed by BUILT GREEN Canada.

BUILT GREEN is an independent non-profit organization that provides construction guidelines and criteria for homes that are more energy efficient, offer better indoor air quality, minimize resource use (including better waste management) and reduce overall environmental impact. Better energy efficiency results in long-term savings for the homeowner. Healthier indoor air improves comfort and offers better health and peace of mind for the family. The use of durable reduced-maintenance building materials ensures your home lasts longer. And preserving natural resources means leaving more for future generations to enjoy.

BUILT GREEN homes directly benefit homeowners, and they also benefit the community and the environment. For example, the use of local materials is given priority, thereby reducing transportation costs and stimulating the local economy. And selecting materials and products made from recycled content reduces the energy consumption required to extract new materials.

The BuiltGreen Program/BuiltGreen Canada