October 5, 2010
Work continues on new Durham College student services centre in Oshawa, Ontario
WILLIAM CONWAY/PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHY
Work progresses on the new Durham College Student Services Building in Oshawa, Ont. Ball Construction is the general contractor for the two-storey facility, which will include a reception and kiosk area, academic space, study/meeting space, offices, lounge areas and women’s centre.
The project was designed by Teeple Architect Inc. and the owner is Durham College.
Consultants are: CPE Structural Consultants Ltd.; (structural); Birnie Electric Ltd. (electrical); Demaiter Engineering Inc.
Subcontractors include: Boyle Excavating Ltd.; V.A. Wood (inspections);Tresman Steel Industries Ltd. (structural steel); R-Co Steel Fabricators; CBM (concrete); Bernel Masonry; CityMark Construction and Drywall; Mutual Mechanical; Dirtt (office furniture); C & H Fire Suppression Systems Inc.(fire protection); Vixman Construction (metal); Ritz Metal 2000 Inc.(aluminum); and Westmount Storefront Systems Ltd. (glass).
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