Current Projects

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Lloyd S. King Elementary School Expansion

CLIENT: Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation

LOCATION: Hagersville, ON

ARCHITECT: +VG Architects

CONTRACT TYPE: Stipulated Sum

This project includes the expansion of approximately 18,000 sq. ft. to an existing 1-storey school complex. The scope of work includes an addition at each end of the existing building, a new entrance, and interior renovations of the existing school interior. Construction consists of masonry veneer, curtain wall, wood trusses, metal roofing system, metal framing, and concrete block interior walls.

West Lincoln New Fire Station #2

CLIENT: The Corporation of the Township of West Lincoln

LOCATION: 8635 Silver Street, Caister Centre, Smithville, ON

ARCHITECT: Raimondo + Associates Architects Inc.

CONTRACT TYPE: Stipulated Price

Construction of a new Fire Station that will consist of four “back in” apparatus bays, office and meeting rooms, a fitness center, standard service level kitchen, decontamination facilities. Site work will include new heavy duty and regular duty asphalt drives, storm water management strategies and additions to existing septic systems.

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Button Factory Elevator Installation

CLIENT: The Corporation of the City of Waterloo

LOCATION: 25 Regina Street South, Waterloo, ON

ARCHITECT: AECOM Canada Ltd.

CONTRACT TYPE: Stipulated Price

This is a heritage building that was originally a button factory and was repurposed as a community arts centre. We are adding a new lobby to the existing structure, installing an elevator, and upgrading for accessibility. Scopes of work include demolition, excavation, concrete forming and finishing, masonry, Ceramitex panels, roofing, glass and glazing, drywall, flooring, painting, sprinklers, mechanical plumbing and HVAC, electrical including a new fire alarm panel, and site work.

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Hilton Hotel – Renovations

CLIENT: Niagara Hospitality Resorts Inc.

LOCATION: Niagara Falls, ON

ARCHITECT: Stanford Downey Architects Inc.

CONTRACT TYPE: Construction Management

The latest multi-phased renovations occurring within the Hilton Hotel entail the complete interior demolition and redesign of both east and west entrances, and the relocation of the swimming pool from the main level of the south tower, to the top floor of the middle tower. To accommodate the new  infinity pool, jacuzzies, and kiddie pool the middle tower will have two additional stories erected, raising it to an 18-storey tower. The first phase of the Hilton Hotel renovations have been completed.  This phase included a new pedestrian bridge that was installed over Fallsview Boulevard, located at the main entrance of the Fallview Casino. Due to the high traffic and pedestrian volume, maintaining public safety, obeying noise constraints, and ensuring flow of traffic were challenges that were successfully accomplished by the management and construction team. A five-storey addition to the front façade of the mid-tower of the hotel was required to accommodate the new installation of the pedestrian bridge.

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Port Dalhousie Harbour Club Condominium Complex

CLIENT: SDR Group

LOCATION: St. Catharines, ON

ARCHITECT: Zeidler Architecture Inc.

CONTRACT TYPE: Construction Management

The restoration and conversion of the Lincoln Fabrics Factory, new 9-Storey Condominium, and several new restaurants are all components that will be completed under a CCDC SB Construction Management agreement. The heritage Lincoln Fabrics factory was built in 1900 by the Maple Leaf Rubber Company and was taken over by Lincoln Fabrics in 1955. The existing 4-storey property will be converted to a six-storey condominium building, and because of its heritage ranking, it will maintain some unique interior elements in the final design. The development includes a two-story glass rooftop addition on the existing building, and will feature exposed brick, high ceilings, steel columns, wood floors and wonderful views of the water. A nine-storey luxurious condominium building will be connected to the historical restoration of the old Lincoln Fabrics factory. This new build includes two levels of underground parking, 124 luxury units, and multiple amenities such as: restaurants, lounge areas, fitness studios, and private event spaces. The units will be complete with high ceilings, large windows with beautiful views, and will offer different unique components such as fireplaces, spa-like bathrooms and free-standing soaker tubs.