Avanti, a 60 city-homes & flats on 4th St.  Vancouver, BC (marketing / sales)
Alameda Park, a 41 unit wood-frame consisting of flats on 4th Street in Kitsilano, Vancouver , BC (marketing / sales)
Bear Mountain, an urban resort community in Victoria, BC (new product consultant)
Canyon Pines   88 suburban condos in SW Calgary, AB (marketing / sales)
Canyon Ridge  133 homes in a gated community for the 55 plus crowd, West Kelowna, BC (marketing / sales)
Canera Lane, an 11 unit townhome project in Victoria, BC (marketing only)
Chartwell Green, a 52 unit single family subdivision in the Westwood Plateau, Coquitlam, BC (sales)
Copperwood Court, 15 luxurious townhomes close to downtown Victoria, BC (marketing)
The Cove, executive lake community with single family homes and lots, Chestermere, AB (sales)
Crossbow Point, luxurious resort condos for the 40+ crowd at Three Sisters Mountain Village, AB (sales / marketing of last phase)
Davenport Lane, a 39 unit wood-frame building on Maple Street and 10th in Kits, Vancouver, BC (marketing / sales)
Deercrest Estates, 152 unit executive community in the Westwood Plateau, Coquitlam, BC (marketing/sales)
Fairway Estates, a 41 unit wood-frame, executive condo community in Tsawwassen, BC (marketing / sales)
Folkstone, a 50 unit wood-frame with commercial space located in Point Grey, Vancouver, BC  (marketing / sales)
Furry Creek, land sales, along the shores of Howe Sound, centre stage between Vancouver and Whistler, BC
Meredith, a small condo conversion close to downtown Calgary NE marketing
Montecito by the Sea, a 33 unit wood-frame & 12 townhomes near the beach in White Rock, BC (marketing / sales)
Nova, a 14 unit wood-frame project in the Fernwood neighborhood of Victoria, BC (marketing)
Seasons of Sunnyside, 36 condos in NW Calgary, close to downtown and the C-train, AB marketing
Silver Oaks, a 100 unit town home community located in the Westwood Plateau, Coquitlam, BC sales
Sitara on the Pond, a 120  unit condo community at The Lakes, Lake Country, BC (marketing / sales)
Soho, an urban condo oasis  just 1 block from the Red Mile, Calgary, AB Last phase (marketing / sales)
Sol, a quick-selling urban condo oasis in Sunnyside of NW Calgary, AB
Solo-Duo-Treo, 176 units, 3 buildings, 1 concrete, 2 wood-frame, Kitsilano, BC (marketing / sales)
Spirit of Marda Loop 2, 22 cityhomes in trendy Altadore of Southwest Calgary AB (marketing / sales of final phase)
Stonewater on the Lake, 8 decadent waterfront homes on the lake in Peachland, BC (marketing / sales)
Stoney Creek, 52 townhomes in the Westwood Plateau, Coquitlam, BC (marketing / sales)
Tala Vera, a 34 unit wood-frame affordably priced, in East Vancouver, BC (marketing / sales)
The Vue - a 77 unit concrete retrofit in Hillhurst, Calgary. (marketing only)
Three Sisters Creek, a residential phase of 509 homes in this 2000 acre resort / golf community in Canmore, AB (marketing / sales)
XL - Xtraordinary Lofts, a 77 unit concrete mid-rise on 8th by Cambie, Vancouver, BC (marketing / sales)
Some of the above projects were sold or marketed by the principals while employed by the developer.
Notable 1st's

Vancouver - Multi-Family Builder Event - "Check out what's behind the walls"

The first to introduce the concept of having buyers check out "what's behind the walls" at rough-in stage in a multi-family setting. Started in 1996, these site specific 1 day "Meet your builder" events were held between 8am and noon on pre-selected Saturdays, once per site.  Derived from a concept that was successful in single family, it had never been given a chance for implementation in multi-family venues.  Hugely successful in that it created awareness, fostered a sense of trust between the buyers and Intergulf while promoting positive community relations.

Canmore - Three Sisters Mountain Village "Grand Opening"

Created a very different style of invitation to entice 1500 visitors from Calgary and Banff to the town of Canmore for the grand opening of Three Sisters Mountain Village. On the Grand Opening day, guests were directed to off-site parking areas, where they were chauffeured via a Stewart Creek golf-cart to the main event stage. A colorful ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the Scottish heritage of Canmore, complete with the Mayor of Canmore "the Queen, a bag-piper and RCMP officer in red" all contributed to the newsworthiness of the event.  Community groups such as the Canmore Eagles Jr. A team, Snowy Owl dog-sleds and the Drake fly-fishing company, to name a few, were positioned in the main tent to showcase some of Canmore's offerings.  Hourly draws, free food, radio, television and local media coverage all added to the excitement of the day.  From September 14, 2002 to September 13, 2003,  $110,000,000. in new sales were generated.