Hullmark Centre / Sheppard-Yonge TTC Station

Hullmark Centre - Sheppard-Yonge TTC Station

Client
Tridel

Architect
NORR

Project Completion 
August 2015

Description
The project involved the construction of two tunnels between the future mixed-use large development Hullmark Centre and the existing TTC Sheppard-Yonge Station. Two ventilation shafts were also constructed for the TTC Station.

Intricate structural tie-ins were required under Yonge Street to the existing and operational TTC station.for the exhaust shafts while existing exits were tied into for the pedestrian walkways.

The work also included the fit out of the new ticket booth.

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St. Clair West TTC Station

St. Clair West TTC Station

Client
Toronto Transit Commission

Architect
AECOM/ IBI Group

Project Completion 
December 2017

Description
Added three new elevators in the existing station and two new walkway/ bridges at platform level.

The challenge was to have this large-scale project done in an operating station and not impacting TTC commuters.

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Coxwell TTC Station

Coxwell TTC Station

Client
Toronto Transit Commission

Architect
AECOM

Project Completion 
June 2018

Description
Added two new elevators in existing facility, new bus loop pavement and lighting. Added new power operated doors and new eye-catching signage.

The largest challenge was the restricted site. Together with the TTC and with the homeowners' cooperation, we were able to complete this project professionally and on time and budget despite all the constraints we faced.

University of Toronto Graduate House Renovation

University of Toronto Graduate House Renovation

Client
University of Toronto

Architect
U of T Design & Engineering

Project Completion 
March 2017

Description
This project consisted of a conversion of an existing second-floor exterior balcony area to interior space to create the new administrative offices for the Graduate House. This involved extensive structural steel work as well as roofing, EIFS, and aluminum windows.

The newly reclaimed space was combined with a complete renovation of the existing offices to create new office and meeting space as well as reception area. The use of glass and sleek millwork throughout provided a beautiful light-filled space for the University's use.

VlA Rail Oshawa Station

VlA Rail Oshawa Station

Client
Via Rail Canada

Architect
AECOM / architects girard cote berube dion

Project Completion 
September 2012

Description
Construction of a new lateral platform and connecting bridge to new 700-foot island platform located between the east and westbound tracks at the Oshawa VIA Rail / GO Station.

Access to the tracks is by stairs and elevators in both the new lateral and island platform buildings (total 11,000 sq. ft.)

All work was completed while both CN and GO maintained all normal rail operations

Ritson Road Affordable Housing

Ritson Road Affordable Housing

Client
Mahogany Management

Architect
Nick Swerdfeger Architect

Project Completion 
February 2017

Description
This 60,000 square feet, four story, 75 unit apartment building with 29 accessible units was constructed in 17 months.

The project included clearing the site and installing all new services.

The building structure consisted of poured concrete foundation, wood frame structure with brick and EIFS exterior.

The interior finishes included two elevators, garbage chute, central laundry facilities on each floor, offices, library and community room.

VIA Rail Belleville Station

VIA Rail Belleville Station

Client
Via Rail Canada

Architect
AECOM / architects girard cote berube dion

Project Completion 
March  2012

Description
Construction of a new train station with connecting bridge to new 700-foot island platform located between the east and westbound tracks.

Access to the tracks is by stairs and elevators in both the new station and island platform buildings (total 13,000 sq. ft.)

All work was completed while CN maintained all normal rail operations

Durham Region Humane Society

Durham Humane Society

Durham Region Humane Society

Client
Humane Society of Durham Region

Architect
Peter Archer & Associates

Consultant
Short Circuit Automation Inc. & D.G. Biddle & Associates Limited

Project Completion
January 2011

Description
The Humane Society of Durham Region was incorporated by Jim Roughly and Graham McLeod in 1988 to help animals that have been abandoned. The Humane Society is the only organization in Durham Region that can seize and remove animals, by law, if required. Their operations range from all over Durham Region.

The Humane Society of Durham Region is made up of a Volunteer Board of Directors. As such, operations are run through all charitable donations and fundraisers.

In 2010, J.J. McGuire began the construction of the new home of the Humane Society and its animals. The building consists of concrete foundation walls, architectural block on the exterior, aluminum windows, wood truss roof, asphalt shingle roof, and wood frame construction. The interior of the building included painted white block walls, drywall bulkheads, glazed hollow metal doors, architectural millwork and new epoxy flooring. This building was completed on budget and on time to allow the animals to move into their new home.

Taunton Medical Centre

Taunton Medical Centre

Client
Clinic Buildings (1979) Limited

Architect
Barry Bryan & Associates (1991) Limited

Consultant
Sharma & Partners Inc.

Project Completion 
December 2012

Description
This is a 2 story & basement facility which totals 36,000 SF of floor area. As construction managers, we represent the owner in managing and constructing the complete project from start to finish. We are in charge of providing the owner with soliciting the best possible price with complete scopes of work and supervising the work to make sure it is done on time and on budget.

The project is a new medical centre that will house operating facilities in the basement and clinics in the higher floors. The building is made up of concrete foundations, conventional structural steel and metal deck floor, and roof. The exterior of the building is constructed of composite metal panels, brick and metal siding, with aluminum windows to allow for natural light. The interior of the building is made of VCT flooring, carpet, steel studs/drywall and acoustical ceilings. Washrooms will have ceramic flooring.

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Market Hall Performing Arts Centre

Peterborough Market Hall

Market Hall Performing Arts Centre

Client
City of Peterborough

Architect
Trevelyan & Lett Architects

Project Completion 
March 2011

Description
Peterborough Market Hall is a 120 year old facility which was the first home to the city’s market, and has been a centre for community and art events since 1984.

This major renovation was performed around occupied buildings and involved a complete demolition of the existing interior; reinforcing existing wood structure, adding new floors, several stairways and two new elevators, and complete new mechanical, electrical, sprinkler and fire alarm systems to bring the building up to code. To maintain historical elements, extensive restoration was carried out to the roof, masonry, original windows, and interior woodwork.

This new facility will boast a beautiful new Portico, reception and bar area, modern washrooms, sprung flooring, new stadium seating, meeting rooms, warm up and rehearsal areas, as well as a climate controlled room for the piano.