We are a team of creative engineers 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.
Located in the heart of Metro Vancouver, Peregrine is a 50,000 square foot one-stop-shop adept in acrylics, plastic resins, glass, hardwoods, laminates, solid surfaces and metals.
What we love doing
Culture + Pride in Workmanship
At Peregrine, we are the sum of our incredible people. Our team is a unique mix of creatives and craftspeople – each individual’s talent and workmanship make us the dynamic design and manufacturing house that we are. Those individual talents come together in our shop where creativity is cultivated, innovation flourishes, and our clients’ boldest ideas are given form. Profit sharing and skills training programs are Peregrine’s way of investing in our people and encouraging a constant drive towards invention. This drive is at the heart of our collective commitment to get a little better every day.
We bring together people with a passion for creating the extraordinary. We believe that if you bring together project managers, engineers and craftspeople 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 restaurateurs seeking unique destination 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
For almost 40 years Peregrine has been part of the retail fixture manufacturing landscape in Canada and the United States.
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 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 and expanding capabilities beyond plastics.
In 2015, the company acquired the majority of the assets and key staff from one of Canada’s largest retail display and millwork manufacturers, Stelmark Products, becoming the largest manufacturers of retail displays, furniture, fixtures and architectural features in Western Canada.
In 2017, the company acquired Acorn Wood Designs LTD and moved their shop and 35 staff in to our expanded facility. 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.
The combined Peregrine/Acorn has a diverse workforce of 75 employees that work in the areas of engineering, project management, manufacturing and installation. Our in-house capabilities include: millwork, metal fabrication, plastics fabrication, paint, digital print, CNC cutting, lighting, glass fabrication and solid surface fabrication.
Building comprehensive and trusting partnerships, continuous improvement of all key business processes, the hiring and retention of industry leading personnel, the innovative application of technology, and the continued expansion of a wide range of value-added services drive our strategy of being the leading provider of high quality, unique fixtures, furniture, display and millwork in North America.
As manufacturing professionals, it is our responsibility to understand the global impact of our decisions. Peregrine is continuously searching for materials that has a lower impact in the environment, including high quality, recycled materials, and questioning our existing solutions for sustainable design.
Reducing waste not only makes sense from an environmental perspective - it makes good business sense too. Waste reduction initiatives are the cornerstone of Peregrine’s sustainability policy. All waste generated in the manufacturing process or by suppliers is carefully sorted, reused or recycled. We also offer our customers a program to recycle their plastic waste in order to keep it out of the landfill.
We believe that the most effective way to strengthen our community and grow the talent in our industry is to actively contribute to educational initiatives that promote the development of our young people. We employ and mentor fabricators from our local high schools whenever possible and we’ve worked closely with the Emily Carr Design School and Simon Fraser University in Metro Vancouver, developing projects for students to obtain invaluable experience in the fields of industrial design and marketing.