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February 8, 2006

Assembly Line

Workers weld and hoist assembled sections into place for the Renaissance Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) expansion project at Bloor Street and Queens Park Circle in Toronto. Construction manager Vanbots Construction Corp. started the work in January 2003 and overall completion is scheduled for December 2006. The expansion will include galleries, art/book shop and a restaurant.

The Project Team

The ROM expansion project was designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind and Bregman + Hamann Architects in a joint venture. Consultants are: Arup Canada Inc./Halsall Associates (structural); Arup Canada Inc./The Mitchell Partnership (mechanical); Arup Canada Inc./Mulvey & Banani International Inc. (electrical); E.R.A. Architects Inc. (heritage); and Quinn Design Associates Inc. (landscape). Subtrades include: Murray Demolition; Blu-Mar Excavating & Grading Ltd.; Anchor Shoring & Caissons Ltd.; Canform Structures Ltd. (formwork/concrete); Walters Inc. (structural steel); Josef Gartner Inc. (exterior envelope); Sayers & Associates Ltd. (mechanical); The State Group (electrical); Squire Masonry Ltd.; Oakdale Drywall; Trillium Architectural Products; Bering Mechanical Ltd.; C & A Tedesco Waterproofing Inc.; Flynn Canada Ltd. (roofing); and Fujitec Canada Inc. (elevators).

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