Project 13-376

The house of your dreams in two months? It’s possible, says builder

The Globe and Mail, April 2014

As the man who would disrupt the home building industry, Marc A. Bovet asks a lot of whys – and more pointedly, why not?

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Prix Dunamis

BONE Structure & Eco-Nature are stealing the show at the 33rd Gala Dunamis

Courrier Laval, March 2014 | Article in French

Le fabricant de maisons en acier BONE Structure et Éco-Nature/Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles ont été récompensés à 2 reprises lors du grand gala annuel de la Chambre de commerce et d’industrie de Laval, le 26 mars, en présence de plus de 500 personnes.

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Authorized Builders

BONE Structure Homes Have A Roof Over Your Head In 4 DAYS

Huffington Post, March 2014

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Steel structure delivered on jobsite

It’s a snap: An open-concept home that can be built in four days? It’s here, but just don’t call it a prefab

National Post, March 2014

Reshaping residential construction is the mission of Marc Bovet and his innovative steel home-framing system.

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Project 11-096

BONE Structure assemble les maisons comme un jeu d’enfant

Journal Le Devoir, March 2014

Cette technologie permet de monter 1000 pieds carrés par jour et de personnaliser l’architecture de sa demeure.

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New Classic 31 (NC-31)

Quebec-based BONE Structure eyes Alberta expansion

Calgary Herald, February 2014

A Quebec-based company that’s pioneering the use of recycled steel frames that snap together in building construction is assembling its first home in Calgary.

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Steel Structure

The House That Snaps Together

Azure Magazine, February 2014

BONE Structure, based in Laval, Quebec, has brought its patented construction to Ontario, with a model home going up in Caledon. Founder Marc Bovet shares how his company is revolutionizing the home construction biz.

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How factory-built homes are shedding their ‘cheap’ label and exploding in popularity

Financial Post, January 2014

After more than three decades in her Toronto bungalow amid growing mildew problems in the 1940s-era home, Ruth Wiens decided it was to start fresh.

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Project 12-275

Innovative building technique uses snap-together framing

January 2014, Real Estate News EXchange

No one is ever going to say Quebec-based BONE Structure hit the nail on the head. That’s because the innovative company doesn’t use nails in its unique single- and-multi-family homes.

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Snappy Homes at BONE Structure

CBC Radio News, May 2013

It’s a steel house that can be assembled using only a drill…. and erected in just 3 days. Host Craig Lederhouse speaks with Marc Bovet, the man behind BONE Structure homes.

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