|Industrial, two to five million dollars
Industrial, two to five million dollars: Nith Valley Construction
This Award of Excellence was presented to Nith Valley Construction, for a project that heralds the beginning of a new industry in Canada. The new Greenseal Cannabis Company Limited facility in Stratford features state of the art indoor agriculture methods of growing cannabis. As this industry is new so is the construction of the facilities required – hence the builders were pioneers in what will be a transformative industry.
Subcontractors on the project included: Advanced Masonry (Ont) Ltd.; Alliance Roofing; Bast Dalcourt Contracting Inc.; Bulldog Fire & Security; Complete Concrete Ltd.; Conestogo Mechanical Inc.; DM Millwork Ltd.; Golden Triangle Welding Limited; I.C.I. Steel-Tech Inc.; Klomp’s Landscaping Inc.; Knell’s Door & Hardware; NA Engineering Assoc Inc.; and ProMark Window Film & Blinds Inc.
Commercial, two to five million dollars
Commercial, two to five million dollars: AEC Developments
The judges bestowed the Award of Excellence to AEC Developments for the renovation of the old Hide House building at the Tannery complex into what is now the stunning home of Deloitte’s new state of the art Kitchener office. From unforeseen structural repairs to more than 130 proposed changes during construction, the builders overcame it all and produced a true blockbuster that showcases what true building talent can do.
Contributing subcontractors included: Arup; Blackwell Structural Engineers; BNE Contractors Inc.; Canadian Construction Controls Limited; Conestogo Electric Inc.; Conestogo Mechanical Inc.; Core Tec. Contracting; Gensler; K-W Glass Systems Inc.; Matador Architectural Millwork; Triple M Demolition Inc.; Twin City Tile Company Ltd.; and Vipond Fire Protection.
Institutional, two to five million dollars
Institutional, two to five million dollars: JP Commercial Contractors
This GVCA Award goes to JP Commercial Contractors Inc. for the Chapman House, the residential hospice of Grey Bruce. This is project that has a significant impact on the lives of people it serves for it is where they choose to spend their final days on earth.
Chapman Houses bridges the palliative care gap between hospitals and home care. This facility offers nine patient rooms, along with an ensuite guest room so loved ones can stay over – which is a first of its kind in Canada. With an emphasis on a warm residential feel, Chapman House beautifully serves the Owen Sound community.
This project included subcontractors AGF-Albrecht Inc.; Conestogo Mechanical Inc.; D.J. Peat Roofing & Sheet Metal Ltd.; DEI & Associated Inc.; Delta Elevator Co Ltd; GM BluePlan Engineering; GM Diemert, Architect; Nedlaw Living Walls; Stubbe’s Precast; and Troy Life & Fire Safety Ltd.
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