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Project at a Glance

The restaurant benefits from a Nexii commercial retail solution featuring a high-performance building envelope in ways that are both practical and transformational.​


Quick assembly

Constructed on site in less than two weeks. This accelerated standard build times by between 50% - 75% (1)


Non-toxic materials

Constructed using building materials and technologies that are significantly more sustainable than those used in traditional construction


Energy efficient

11% decrease in building’s carbon emissions, and 22% reduction in energy use (2)


Near Zero On Site Waste

Nexii products are manufactured offsite and assembled on site, enabling Nexii to eliminate near all waste from the build

Nexii partners with Popeyes® to deliver sustainable new restaurant 

Nexii constructed the new restaurant located in Abbotsford, British Columbia in less than two weeks, supporting the Popeyes brand’s rapid growth and expansion in Canada. Popeyes now has 12 restaurants in the province, and the new restaurant in Abbotsford is the brand’s first location constructed using building materials and technologies that are significantly more sustainable than those used in traditional construction.

This unique 2,662 sq. ft. commercial retail unit resides in the same complex as our Starbucks building and contains approximately 7,000 sq. ft. of structural wall and roof panels, reducing the building’s carbon emissions by 22%.

Nexii’s high-performance green building products are precision manufactured in plants to project specifications using 3D software. This process means that our panels are able to fit together like jigsaw pieces onsite, accelerating standard build times by between 50% – 75%[1]. This process – where Nexii panels are manufactured offsite and assembled on site – enables us to eliminate almost all onsite construction waste.

Our proprietary material Nexiite, used within Nexii panels, has up to 36% lower carbon emissions during production than Portland cement concrete[3]. When assembled, our panels create an airtight building envelope, markedly improving energy efficiency and, in turn, significantly lowering greenhouse gas emissions from ongoing building operations.


¹ Compared to the historical time required to build a stand-alone restaurant of similar size in Canada.

² Carbon savings averaged between operational and embodied; energy savings exclude process loads.

3 Based on third-party LCA research, preliminary results (cradle-to-gate) show Nexiite ST has a possible range of 20-36% lower GWP than equivalent strength Canadian industry average Portland cement-based concrete. To be validated by independent critical review during our EPD process currently underway, as required by ISO standards.