Peregrine Becomes Western Canada’s Largest Retail Fabricator After Acquisition

Peregrine, a designer and manufacturer of high-end retail environments for some of the world’s best known brands, is now the largest company of its kind in Western Canada. Peregrine recently acquired the majority of assets and key staff from Stelmark Products, one of Canada’s largest retail fixture and millwork manufacturers.

It’s a Canadian success story, especially in the age of outsourcing. The acquisition is consistent with Peregrine’s strategy to invest in top talent and technology, creating the premier ‘design-build’ house for retail environments across North America. A custom fabricator of displays, fixtures, furniture and architectural features, Peregrine has worked with top international brands, including LululemonArtizia and MEC.

New Burnaby facilityNew Burnaby facility

New Burnaby facility

On August 1 of 2015, Peregrine moved into the former Stelmark facility at 3131 Production Way in Burnaby, tripling its staff and workspace in the process. The 30,000 square foot facility features state-of-the-art equipment complete with custom millwork, full-scale plastics fabrication and thermoforming, and large format environmental graphics.

Brian FrenchBrian French

Brian French

“This acquisition allows us to offer our customers turn-key ‘design+build’ solutions, handling everything from store fixtures to full store environments. We believe this addition will notably differentiate us in the market, bringing significant value to our clients,” says Brian French, President of Peregrine.

The company has recently launched a completely redesigned website,, to reflect its expanded services and strengthen its ‘Ideas. Design. Build.’ brand.

Peregrine Client: LululemonPeregrine Client: Lululemon

Peregrine Client: Lululemon

Peregrine Client: MECPeregrine Client: MEC

Peregrine Client: MEC

Peregrine Client: Campo MarzioPeregrine Client: Campo Marzio

Peregrine Client: Campo Marzio

Article Author

Craig Patterson
Craig Patterson
Now located in Toronto, Craig is a retail analyst and consultant at the Retail Council of Canada. He's also the Director of Applied Research at the University of Alberta School of Retailing in Edmonton. He has studied the Canadian retail landscape for the past 25 years and he holds Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws Degrees. He is also President & CEO of Vancouver-based Retail Insider Media Ltd.

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