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June 4, 2009

Two-Tower Project in Toronto

Maple Leaf Square

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Glass work is moving upwards on the residential/commercial project Maple Leaf Square at 15 York Street in Toronto, Ont. Construction manager PCL Constructors Canada Inc. began the two-tower, 872-unit project in January 2007 and completion has been scheduled for December 2009. The project includes a hotel, office, daycare, retail, a dining lounge and four levels of underground parking. The project was designed by Page & Steele Architects and the owner is York Bremner Developments Ltd. Consultants are Jablonsky Ast & Partners (structural) and Hidi Rae Consulting Engineers (mechanical/electrical). Subtrades include: Michael Bros. Excavating; Anchor Shoring & Caissons Ltd.; The Atlas Corp. (dewatering); Salit Steel Ltd. (reinforcing steel); Aviance Forming Ltd. (formwork); Limen Masonry; Flynn Canada Ltd. (metal siding/glazing); Urban Mechanical; and Otis Canada/ThyssenKrupp Elevator Ltd. (elevators/escalators).

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