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September 28, 2007
Aecon awarded contract for Corus Entertainment’s Toronto headquarters building
The Toronto Economic Development Corporation (TEDCO) announced today that it has contracted Aecon Group Inc. to build the new Toronto headquarters for Corus Entertainment on the city’s waterfront.
The $100 million project is intended to give a push to the plan to revitalize the area south of Queen's Quay Boulevard close to the Jarvis Street slip. The City of Toronto, Corus Entertainment and Waterfront Toronto will all provide input into the plan.
The building’s design will be Gold-certified under Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) standards. The overall project plan includes a 500,000-square-foot office building and broadcast centre, a promenade along the water’s edge and space for retail shops.
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