|Industrial, more than twenty million dollars
Industrial, more than twenty million dollars Collaborative Structures
Collaborative Structures Limited collected their second 2018 GVCA Award of Excellence for the Sofia Foods Facility Renovation.
This project included the demolition of a 14,000 square foot existing facility, modifications to the foundations, and the erection of 18,000 square feet of new facility on to the existing building, for a total of 55,000 square feet for turkey processing. A state of the art plant that is key in our nation’s food safety and security, this $60 million project was completed over a one-year time frame. It is a remarkable feat of building excellence.
The project included the following subcontractors: ACL Steel Ltd.; AGF-Albrecht Inc.; Battlefield Equipment Rentals; Brantco Construction; DM Millwork Ltd.; Flynn Canada Ltd.; Form and Build Supply Inc.; Fortress Concrete Forming Inc.; George and Asmussen Limited (GA Masonry); Golden Triangle Welding Limited; Great Lakes Architectural Hardware Inc.; Hanlon Concrete Cutting & Coring; Hilti Canada Corporation; IFAB Engineering Partners LP; Igloo Installations Inc.; Inter-Co Inc.; Klomp’s Landscaping Inc.; L.J. Masonry (Kitchener) Ltd.; Modern Crane; National Concrete Accessories Cambridge Inc.; Nelco Mechanical Ltd.; Shear Metal Products - Div 1064576 Ont. Ltd.; Short Cooling Solutions Inc. (SCS Refrigeration Inc.); Sittler Demolition; Sunbelt Rentals; Town & Country Fencing 1077860 Ontario Inc.; Twin City Tile Company Ltd.; Vipond Fire Protection; Volls Contract Flooring Ltd.; and Winser Doors Inc.
Institutional, more than twenty million dollars
Institutional, more than twenty million dollars Walsh Canada
This Award of Excellence was presented to Walsh Canada, for the Toronto Transit Commission’s Pioneer Village Subway Station, the new transit hub straddling the northern border of Toronto. This project comprises two surface level buildings, a traction power substation, a 12-bay bus terminal, an open cut subway station and crossover structure that extends below Steels Avenue West, as well as a notable amount of exposed architectural concrete and attractive interior finishes. The project has been termed “as massive as it is successful.”
Subcontractors honoured for their contributions to this project included: Alsop Architects; Battlefield Equipment Rentals; Cooper Equipment Rentals Limited; Flynn Canada Ltd.; Halsall; HH Angus; IBI Group; Inter-Co Inc.; Peto MacCallum Limited; Richard Stevens Architects; SPL Consultants Limited; St. Marys CBM; Stonhard Ltd.; The Spadina Group Associates; Turner & Towsend; and Williams Scotsman.