We are a team of creative designers and skilled fabricators collaborating to design and manufacture highly effective retail environments. From concept to prototype to build, we work closely with our clients to bring their most ambitious ideas to life in their retail spaces.
Adept with acrylics, plastic resins, glass, hardwoods, laminates, solid surfaces and metals, our teams specialize in creating unique fixtures, displays, environmental signage, millwork, furniture and other architectural features in our 50,000 sq/ft facility in the heart of Metro Vancouver.
Culture + Pride in Workmanship
Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work.
We bring together people with a passion for creating the extraordinary. We believe that if you bring together designers and craftspeople with a multitude of skills, who share a common interest in building unique things, the possibilities are endless. We are proud to tell the world that everything that comes out of our shop is made in Canada.
To be the leading manufacturer for retailers and designers seeking unique environments that embody their brand.
- Get a little better every day
- Share ideas
- Measure twice, cut once
- We all think like owners and share in profits
Founded in 1977 as ‘Peregrine Plastics’, Peregrine started as a full-service custom plastic thermoforming and fabrication company. Based on a reputation for quality work and service, Peregrine Plastics grew into one of Canada’s largest heavy gauge plastic fabricators of custom products, components, and displays for a broad spectrum of industries. As a custom fabricator, Peregrine has manufactured some of the most successful and cutting edge products for a number of North American companies.
In 2012, the company was sold to the current owners. The new team quickly recognized the company’s potential to offer clients a more comprehensive service package by actively participating in the design process. The expansion into “design+build” combined with a long-term investment in the best people, equipment, and technology has transformed the business.
In 2015, the company acquired the majority of assets and key staff from one of Canada’s largest retail fixture and millwork manufacturers, Stelmark Products, becoming the largest designer and manufacturer of retail displays, furniture, and architectural features in Western Canada.
In 2017, the company acquired Acorn Wood Designs. Acorn was founded in 1984 and specializes in precision architectural millwork for the hospitality industry. Its high-quality woodwork can be seen in many restaurants throughout Canada and USA including Joeys, The Keg and Earls.
Driven by client demand, Peregrine has grown into an acclaimed design and manufacturing company. We work with a wide range of materials to design spaces and products that are clearly unique.
Strong Client Relations
From boutiques to banks, retail chains to corporate and institutional organizations, our clients span many industries. They all have one thing in common though: each of them wants to turn their bricks and mortar space into a powerful and unique branded environment.
We are fortunate to be working with some of the most innovative clients and exciting brands in the world:
Peregrine gets it. They are always open to our ideas, stay congruent to our brand and give us innovative and constructive feedback when it’s needed. I have found their work to be of the highest standard in both design and their integrity towards their builds and timelines. They’ve provided design solutions, production and fabrication for our props, window displays and other projects. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them to our peers in the industry.
I was very pleased with the final product design and Peregrine’s ability to deliver the units to our stores on-time. They moved quickly from concept to prototype and then full production which was important given our tight deadline.
I'm really happy with how this project turned out. It is an incredibly cool storefront in person – guests at the mall stop to touch it and look at it all the time, and the store team said that people are coming in all the time commenting on how interesting it is. Thanks again for your help solving the puzzle of how to make it come to life!”