How are we different?

We create the best and most exciting projects in our industry. This is  something better, something more innovative and something we go home to be proud of. We are ultimately motivated by purpose and the reward of perfection.

truly custom

We take custom to new depths. We operate a fabrication and machine shop out of our Vancouver Design Studio. We are deeply skilled in fine metalwork, custom electronics, woodwork, and plastics. We create the best fit and finished custom installations and creations possible.

we care

Please ask our references. Creating something special and realizing the most elegant solution is what motivates us.

Skills above and beyond

Ground Up Custom Electronics

Sometimes off-the-shelf electronics won’t cut it. We solder up circuits and write software to make it tick.

In House Metal Work

We contrast old-school metal fabrication with robotic CNC machining. From fully automated TV lifts to decorative trims and details, we have a solution for your project.

In House Wood Work

We have a deep understanding of woodwork and how the worlds of fine carpentry and electronics mesh.

In House Composites Works

Most consumer products are made with plastic. Knowing how to handle each plastic properly is a huge advantage when customizing and modifying components for projects.

We invest in our people

More Training

We pride ourselves on being the most highly certified and experienced team in British Columbia.

In-House Talent

We limit the use of subcontractors in favor of developing talent in-house. We believe this leads to superior quality, higher security, and far better project outcomes. It allows us to build a community of staff that genuinely care about their trade. Ultimately this is why we are here; to create something great.

More Experience

We have been fortunate to be involved in many of the most elaborate and challenging projects in the province. Our expert team has the experience to take on any project out there.

Our history

Our founder, Colin Bradley, was raised in his families’ construction business. Mastering the push broom at age 12, taught many important lessons. Not least of which was how to upgrade the broom to a tool pouch.

“I credit experience working for my father for much of my success. At an early age I was exposed to phenomenal craftsmen in a myriad of trades. I got to watch and learn the direct impact of pride, quality and craftsmanship on construction outcomes.”

In the early years Coastal Integrated focused almost exclusively on videoconferencing and commercial installs while the lure and challenge of fine home automation never faded.  Today our projects are now for both fine home construction and business’.

Colin leads Coastal Integrated Technologies, more than 12 years in, and going strong. To this day, watching and learning always brings pleasant surprises from the trades and artisans that build the most special places in our province. The difference is that these days we have a lot to show as well.