Co-founder Arnie Cooper’s (top left) graduation - Class of ‘62 at the University of Manitoba.

Arnie on an important (seemingly) phone call.

Keith hard at work

Evergreen Towers -. Shortly after we completed these apartment buildings, our offices relocated to the 7 Evergreen (West) building; a major upgrade from our previous one-bedroom apartment ‘office’ nearby. We have called this home ever since.

A familiar downtown Winnipeg sight: the Broadview manor.

An extensive renovation of the Calvary Temple. Built in the 1800’s we preserved and celebrated the 100+ year old tower via the new construction surrounding it

In the 1990s, Cooper Rankin Architecture’s school work flourished. Today, that continues to be a big part of our work.

In the 1990s, Cooper Rankin Architecture’s school work flourished. Today, that continues to be a big part of our work.

The Lyric Theatre, an iconic theatre in Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Park, was completed in 1999

Number One Wellington: A well-known ‘who’s who’ residence in Central Winnipeg, with each unit comprising an entire floor, including a two-storey penthouse unit!

Another school addition project completed by us.

One of our new landmark projects: the Manitoba Clinic. A gateway to Winnipeg’s health district, this project includes medical office space, complementary health related commercial space, elevated parking, and a café.

The team today!