Wolfe Cadillac

PROJECT Wolfe Cadillac
Location: Edmonton, Alberta Project Size: 40,558 Sq Ft.
Building Type: Commercial Building General Contractor: Delnor Construction
Project Manager: Nick Slade Foreman: Chris Krieger


Edmonton Motors Limited has been serving Edmonton and area with quality GM Products from downtown Edmonton since 1925, always operated under the steady hand of the Wolfe family. During the last few years changes in the automotive market, Edmonton’s burgeoning downtown real estate market, and aging facility have made it obvious that a change in location is in order for the dealership. The increased success and popularity of Cadillac Passenger Cars, Crossovers, and SUV’s warrants that a dedicated facility be built to represent the Cadillac line-up. The Cadillac brand now deserves its own state of the art facility in the city’s west end. Wolfe Cadillac will be one of the very first “Cadillac only” dealerships in Canada when it opens in early 2019.

Cdn. Power Pac project scope included electrical distribution, lighting, site services, site lighting, lighting control and fire alarm. Auxiliary scopes were contracted directly to the owner with rough-in requirements and coordination provided by Cdn. Power Pac. Working under strict design program all lighting was purchased from the United States. Critical to the project was the installation of the showroom LED Lattice Panel lighting by BITRO. Each panel weighs hundreds of pounds and needs to be installed within mm tolerances to ensure even light and a seamless finish. Ultimately the goal of the project was to ensure the electrical installation matched the fit and finish on showroom vehicles and help the client enhance the buyer’s experience.